Developers

Knowledge Management

December 4, 2001

Identify, capture, share, and manage the tacit knowledge in the minds of your employees

Business-process Reengineering

December 4, 2001

BPR is nothing but redesigning your workflow to make it more efficient

Where to Invest to Survive?

December 4, 2001

Investing in a portal is the most strategic IT decision in an organization

E-com is dead. Long live e-com

December 4, 2001

Businesses can use the Internet to improve reaction time or reduce costs

IT Implementation Beyond the Hype

December 4, 2001

At any point, there are a number of issues on the top of IT managers’ minds. Unfortunately, a very high percentage of these are the choices of vendors

Anti-virus Strategy

December 4, 2001

Prevention is better than cure. After all, a virus, a few KBs in size, can destroy Gigabytes of data

JProbe Threadalyzer

November 6, 2001

Analyze threading pitfalls in Java code

Understanding Methods

November 6, 2001

We’ll delve deeper into methods and the kind of parameters that can be sent to them.

Exception Handling in C#

October 1, 2001

This month we’ll see how runtime errors are handled in C#

Program Control in C#

September 15, 2001

This time we’ll look at affecting the way C# code works when it’s executed

Arrays in C#

September 15, 2001

Continuing from last time, we discuss multidimensional arrays and their types

JSP @ shopping site

September 15, 2001

Use JSP to store information about items added to a shopping cart

The fittest programmer to survive

September 15, 2001

As software professionals you’ve been hit the hardest by the slowdown. What can you do?

IT Jobs: Steady or down?

September 15, 2001

Recruitments in the IT industry have taken a plunge. How have the different areas been affected?

IT-enabled services: Mixed fortunes

September 15, 2001

The job scenario for those in this profession is currently hot, but it’s too early to comment on the future because this is a new area

Content no longer King

September 15, 2001

Some areas of content creation and management are worse hit that others. What are the prospects for both?

Network professionals: Secure

September 15, 2001

Network administrators and IT support staff needn’t be too worried, as companies continue to need staff to keep their 
existing IT infrastructure running

What skills can you acquire?

September 15, 2001

First know where your job fits in the matrix described below. Then see which other area you can move to

Should you re-skill? How?

September 15, 2001

Is your current IT knowledge—technology or language—enough, especially in today’s economic scenario?