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CommunityOne Calls For 2009 Attendee Participation

December 17, 2009 Savio Rodrigues

I’ve been a big fan of RedMonk’s unconference at CommunityOne over the past two years.  The conference is largely driven by the attendee participation.  So here’s your chance to submit a session, panel topic or lightning talk that falls into one of these categories:

How To Decide What Is Important To Analyze On Your Site

December 17, 2009 Gary Angel

Online Applications and highly-interactive web sites written in full-on programming languages are becoming the norm on the web, not the rare exception. Measuring these applications is challenging for a whole host of reasons. In my last post, I talked about the inevitable trade-offs between the desire for extensive measurement and […]

Advice On Growing OSS Communities

December 17, 2009 Savio Rodrigues

I just posted this as a comment to Josh’s reply to my reply to his JavaOne 2008 pitch: Josh, come on dude, you’re lumping me in with VCs now?? 😉 About 1.5 years ago, I used to argue that a project isn’t “a true OSS project” if there isn’t an […]

Getting The Most Out Of Omniture Vista Rules

December 17, 2009 Gary Angel

We’ve been doing a LOT of implementation work in the past year – both fresh out of the box and re-implementations to fix or improve an existing setup. What probably isn’t too surprising is that the bulk of that work – both ways – is for Omniture’s SiteCatalyst. Now it’s […]

Developing Better Software In The Cloud

December 17, 2009 Mike Kavis

Whether you are deploying applications or services in the cloud or on-premise, you can still leverage the cloud to build better software. Two areas where the cloud gives you huge advantages over on-premise computing are prototyping and testing. Let’s explore.

Using Integration Technology to Your Advantage

December 17, 2009 Jim Berkowitz

Here are several excerpts from an informative article by Mathew Schwartz, Integrating Your Cloud And On-Premises Applications: Most small and midsize businesses are eyeing one or more software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, yet have already made numerous investments in on-premises software. And despite the potential cost upsides of making the move to […]

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