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Date: 2007-06-20
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Exposing Microsoft Expression Web
Using Expression Web to Create CSS
The first commercially available Expression tool is the Web authoring tool simply called "Expression Web." In this article you will find out why this new tool is setting a new standard for Web design and next generation Web Application development.

Using Ajax for Web Application Development: What Businesses Need to Know
Lately, you may have been hearing more and more about Ajax and begun to wonder how it could be beneficial to your business's web application development projects. First, it is important to start with an understanding of this type of web programming. While the concept is not new it has existed since 1998 the term did not come into being until February 2005, when Jesse James Garrett coined it as a way to shorten the combination of three technologies that he was going to be using for web application development: Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.

Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac
In technical terms, good stuff gets better
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year or so, chances are that you've at least heard that you can run non-Apple operating systems on Intel Macs using a number of methods. The one we're going to concern ourselves today is virtualization, focusing on a product that, to the outside observer, seemed to come out of nowhere in the last year: Parallels Desktop for Mac. Version 3 has just been loosed upon the Mac universe, so let's see what's doing in the latest rev of the virtualization solution for Intel Macs.

Mobile Strategy Struggling? Don't blame the solution first
There are basic principals that have been applied for most enterprise solutions from CRM to messaging, ERP to basic end user applications such as spreadsheets. It is this: If the end user does not understand the application they need training or support. If the support team does not understand the application or doesn't know how to assist the end user, then the end user either gets frustrated or, they stop using the application.

Managing a Market-Driven Product Portfolio
Managing a product portfolio involves more than just balancing resources for existing products. Product managers must help maintain a full pipeline of new products and product enhancements. For many companies, this part of the process is driven internally, with a focus purely on allocating resources, ROI, and risk/return.


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