All kinds of organisations are waking up to the benefits of next-generation programming tools. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how low-code tools are helping a range of users, the ways they can boost efficiency and the many considerations that come with them.
If you can develop for iOS but would like to get started with Windows 8, visit this resource center to get tips on how to build Windows Store apps using a variety of programming languages, and get the tools you need to successfully migrate from iOS to Windows 8 apps.
This week’s Computer Weekly kicks off our Buyer's Guide to private cloud. It also contains our RSA conference coverage of the latest IT security trends and the future for Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing initiative. And we discuss the role of apprenticeships in encouraging more young people to work in IT.
It's not enough to just collect customer data. You also need to ensure that your customer data is correct, up-to-date, and readily available. In this issue of Business Information e-zine, experts weigh in on strategies to optimize customer data quality and leverage analytics to identify unsatisfied customers.
Adapting to change is hard for today's professional architectures, but with the dynamics of the industry, change is a must. This webcast will show how to gain successful agility and maximize business IT value with the Smart SOA approach. Watch now!
Posted: 13 Oct 2008 | Premiered: Nov 5, 2008, 10:30 EST (15:30 GMT)
If you're an Android developer looking to get started creating apps for Windows 8, look no further than this resource center made just for you. You'll get tools on how to build Windows Store apps using a variety of programming languages, including blog posts, coding road maps, and much more.
It's amazing how many books on parallel computing use the term parellelism without clearly defining it. In this technical article, Charles Leiserson, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, provides a brief introduction to this theory.
With the news of Pacbase's 2015 retirement, many organizations must find an alternative application strategy. This resource outlines your options in the post-Pacbase world, and offers advice and recommendations for realizing continued application success.
Despite its age, COBOL remains one of the most popular languages for developing business applications. But when it comes to modernizing your applications and improving performance, what support does COBOL provide? Find out in this article, and get an overview of benefits of the latest version of COBOL running on IBM System z.