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Simple Sketches for Diagramming Your Software Architecture | Voxxed

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If you’re working in an agile software development team at the moment, take a look around at your environment. Whether it’s physical or virtual, there’s likely to be a story wall or Kanban board visualising the work yet to be started, in progress and done. Visualising your software development process is a fantastic way to introduce transparency because anybody can see, at a glance, a high-level snapshot of the current progress.

url: https://www.voxxed.com/blog/2014/10/simple-sketches-for-diagramming-your-software-architecture/

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Coding Horror

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I'm Jeff Atwood. I live in Berkeley, CA with my wife, two cats, one three children, and a whole lot of computers. I was weaned as a software developer on various implementations of Microsoft BASIC in the 80's, starting with my first microcomputer, the Texas Instruments TI-99/4a. I continued on the PC with Visual Basic 3.0 and Windows 3.1 in the early 90's, although I also spent significant time writing Pascal code in the first versions of Delphi.

url: http://blog.codinghorror.com/

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HAR Adopters | Software is hard

This page summarizes existing tools, projects and applications (made by third parties) that support HTTP Archive format (HAR). This format is based on JSON and is typically used by tools that consume/produce data collected by monitoring HTTP communication. Note that you can display an existing HAR file online using HAR Viewer.

url: http://www.softwareishard.com/blog/har-adopters/

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webtrees - Home page

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webtrees is the web's leading on-line collaborative genealogy application. It is open source software, and costs $ zero - yes, that means totally FREE!

It works from standard GEDCOM files, and is therefore compatible with every  major desktop application; and it aims to be efficient and effective by using the right combination of third-party tools, design techniques and open standards.

url: http://www.webtrees.net/index.php/en/

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Advogato: Personal info for brian252

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Name: Brian DeRocher Member since: 2006-04-21 14:04:17 Last Login: 2009-07-23 20:08:17

Abstracted the PHPlist database connection so it works with MySQL and PostgreSQL. Made contribution to phpPgAdmin to authenticate by Kerberos. Not sure if the patch was incorporated yet.

url: http://www.advogato.org/person/brian252/

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BeerTools Beer Making Resources and Home Brewing Recipe Calculator and Formulator

BeerTools Logo The most popular beer recipe archive on the internet has topped 7,500 recipes. We truly appreciate the outstanding support from our dedicated members. These recipes were written by over 2,000 BeerTools users. Feel free to post questions about recipes that grab your attention. Search the recipe database using many different search terms and methods. Find family favorites and award winning recipes alike! Download and perfect recipes with BeerTools Pro.

url: http://www.beertools.com/

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FOSSCON - Free and Open Source Software Conference

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The people behind FOSSCON are free software enthusiasts, user group members, coders and users — just like you! Free software is all about community and this is a very grassroots event, organized by the community and for the community. Our common goal is to provide a space for us to all come together in the northeast. I hope you’ll join us as an attendee, a volunteer or an exhibitor. Register to attend, http://fosscon.org/register/, or email us ...

url: http://fosscon.org/

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Portal:Free software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Free software is software that is distributed in a manner that allows its users to run the software for any purpose, to redistribute copies of, and to examine, study, and modify the source code. The term free software was coined in 1983, with free denoting the broad freedom given to users, rather than being available free of charge (i.e., freeware). Alternative terms for free software include software...

url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Free_software

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Brewtarget

tags: beer, brew, software
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I was fed up with the lack of good open source beer software, so I thought I would make a small application that would do all the calculations for me. Before long, the application had over 10,000 lines, and at that point, I figured that I would just put it up on Sourceforge so that all the work I spent on it could be shared.

url: http://brewtarget.sourceforge.net/

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Richard Stallman's Personal Page

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Richard Matthew Stallman is a software developer and software freedom activist. In 1983 he announced the project to develop the GNU operating system, a Unix-like operating system meant to be entirely free software, and has been the project's leader ever since. With that announcement Stallman also launched the Free Software Movement. In October 1985 he started the Free Software Foundation.

url: http://stallman.org/

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Home - Software Freedom Day Wiki

software freedom day header Software Freedom Day (SFD) is a worldwide celebration of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). Our goal in this celebration is to educate the worldwide public about of the benefits of using high quality FOSS in education, in government, at home, and in business -- in short, everywhere! The non-profit company Software Freedom International coordinates SFD at a global level, providing support, giveaways and a point of collaboration, but volunteer teams around the world ...

url: http://softwarefreedomday.org/

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Linux® International | Linux International is an End-User Organization

Linux International logo Linux International, also known as LI, is a world-wide non-profit association of end users who are dedicated to furthering the acceptance and use of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS).

url: http://li.org/

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ASA Statistics Computing and Graphics Sections

ASA logo The ASA Section on Statistical Computing was established on January 1, 1972. According to our charter the Section's mission is to promote the application of computer hardware, software, and systems to statistical problems. In addition, we encourage the joint application of statistical techniques and computer technology in other fields, and act as a focal point for computer-oriented activities within the ASA. The importance of these activities is becoming even more critical...

url: http://stat-computing.org/

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OSCON 2009 - O'Reilly Conferences, July 20 - 24, 2009, San Jose, CA

oscon logo Now more than ever, open source technology is the smart choice for navigating uncertain economic waters. In a competitive business environment, open source gives you the means to drive down costs while increasing system and staff efficiencies. OSCON 2009 is where you'll find the latest information and new ways to connect with the growing community that is open source.

url: http://en.oreilly.com/oscon2009

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Quantum GIS Project

tags: GIS, desktop, software
Quantum GIS logo Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System (GIS) licensed under the GNU General Public License. QGIS is an official project of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo). It runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows and supports numerous vector, raster, and database formats and functionalities.

url: http://www.qgis.org/

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uDig : Home

uDig logo uDig is an open source (LGPL) desktop application framework, built with Eclipse Rich Client (RCP) technology. uDig can be used as a stand-alone application. uDig can be extended with RCP “plug-ins”. uDig can be used as a plug-in in an existing RCP application.

url: http://udig.refractions.net/

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boxee: the open, connected, social media center for mac os x and linux

boxee logo on a laptop or connected to an HDTV, boxee gives you a true entertainment experience to enjoy your movies, TV shows, music and photos, as well as streaming content from websites like Netflix, CBS, Comedy Central, Last.fm, and flickr.

url: http://boxee.tv/

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The Brew Site: The Beer Hacker: Web-based beer brewing software

Well, that future article is finally here, and in surveying the field of online, web-based beer brewing software, I've found three sites that aim to fit that niche, but my overall conclusion is that the field is wide open.

url: http://www.thebrewsite.com/2008/02/07/beer-hacker-web-based-software.php

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OpenSync

OpenSync project is an ongoing effort to create a synchronization framework that will be platform independent, general purpose synchronization engine utilizing modular plugins for content formats and different kind of connection types. Being based on plugins would allow extending it easily to new purposes and devices without radically changing the architecture itself, allowing it to support wide variety of devices used today and in the future.

url: http://opensync.org/

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Debian need to recategorize all their software

While i'm ranting, Debian needs to recategorize all their software. They should just use the Open Directory Project. And they need to add more fields for each package such as license, programming language, spoken languages, and environment (eg. Qt) like freshmeat.net.

plurals in software

I just committed to a new pattern in software. The plural of all words is made by just adding an "s". So the plural of query is querys.
I have some logic that will form <words><word>...<words> so it needs to be generic.

Target Audience

homme, You're right. Software intended for a common user should handle exceptions. I failed to explain that the software i write is usually for my own use, either at home or work. If i find some time, unlikely, i'll post a more thorough example.
parent post: Too short
notify me: yes

Too short

Agree, but I would like to see ar real life positive example.
What's wrong is that this example is too short. I have yet to see a nice user input exception handling for a real life database entry screen. Ok, I can throw new Exception( "User is dumb.", NFE ) or maybe better, UserIgnorantlyTriesToEnterNotNumberException but I myself have to handle this puppy too or else it will go screaming up. And the dumb user will not pay me for such software!
parent post: Exceptions
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Rants of SD Environments

In reflection to Michael's Hey Developers, You Suck - here's my rerant. Same situation, different company. The problem i have here is a lack of respect for data by not using normalized forms and referential integrity.

Since a lot of our work is aggregating massive amounts of data, i'm often stressed by the fact that a small mistake can have large consequences.

Did you hear that CDC overstated its obesity death figures? Did you hear that the FBI may scrap a $170 million software project?

Those are disgraceful and i work hard to prevent such and embarrassment to my company.

The other problem we have is strongly connecting data to code by using VBA and stovepiping our software. The problem with tying data and code is that we manually format our data to work with our code. This presents a problem when in 6 months we want to swap in new data. The problem with stovepiping is it produced non-flexible code. So when we want to add a feature (like multiuser) to an application, it's very difficult.

One last remark. TrickleUp, the software that runs my personal website, allows me to write code to the quality that i want. I suggest each person take up at least one project to relieve stress.

StreamTuner

I've found my non-iTunes iTunes and it's even better. Unfortunately, sound on my computer is still not configured.