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Date: 2007-01-22
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Extreme Project Management
Choosing an Execution Methodology
As you use Agile process you will find that there are a number of different types of Agile execution methodologies. They include Microsoft’s (MSF) Agile Software Development Process, Scrum and Extreme Programming (XP) among many. These three derivations of Agile are gaining popularity over other Agile processes.

Alltel`s Celltop program simplifies surfing Web from phone
It remains to be seen whether the iPhone can bring Apple's simplifying magic to the mobile torture known as using the Internet on a cell phone. Alltel Corp. isn't waiting to find out.

Home and Small Office Networking
The Complete 6.5 Hour Video Training Course On Networking, Right Here and Free!
Do you have more than one computer in your home or small office? Then you may need help in setting up a network! Here we have direct links to every one of the 39 chapters of this series, with over 70 video clips containing more than 6 hours of video. We show you what you need and how to set it up and use it. We show you how you can share a single internet connection between all your computers, share files, create wireless networks, set up broadband wifi networks and much more!

Preventing a Brute Force or Dictionary Attack
How to Keep the Brutes Away from Your Loot
To understand and then combat a brute force attack, also known as a dictionary attack, we must start by understanding why it might be an appealing tool for a hacker. To a hacker, anything that must be kept under lock and key is probably worth stealing. If your Web site (or a portion of it) requires a user to login and be authenticated, then the odds are good that a hacker has tried to break into it

Mobile Gmail worthwhile for checking messages; just don`t try composing
I've never wanted a BlackBerry and the 24-hour access to e-mail it provides. I figure I ought to enjoy my time away from a computer to read, think or listen to podcasts on my iPod.


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