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All posts for May 2008

  1. Going live with prototypes

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    I was having this discussion in the office the other day. It was about whether a prototype of a web application (for simplicity, I use this as a synonym for web site) could be seen as a first version of that application. More often than not, a...

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  2. Internal blogs matter

    Like many other companies these days, Capgemini has an internal blogging community. I used to write frequent posts on my own internal blog, but I have been passive for over 6 months. The reason is that I do most of my blogging out in the open these...

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  3. The invisible hand

    Only a few people know that I actually love economics, more specifically macro-economics. I love the theories from economists like Pareto, Keynes, Friedman, Ricardo and of course Adam Smith. The latter one’s theory of the so-called “Invisible...

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  4. Security Access Permisisons Considered Harmful

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    Look at the way we set up access permissions today on, say, a windows file. We go into a form and state the exact users and files that will have permission for the file. If we want to set the same permissions on a different file, we have to go...

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