The Computer Weekly Developer Network is in the engine room, covered in grease and looking for Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools for software application developers to use. With so much AI power in development and so many new neural network brains to build for our applications, how should programmers 'kit out' their AI toolbox?
The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of June over the past few decades.
IT Problem: JIRA provides issue tracking and project tracking for software development teams to improve code quality and the speed of development. Combining a clean interface for organising issues with customisable workflows, JIRA is the perfect fit for your team.
This white paper illustrates how proven methodologies and best-of-breed tools, such as Rational DOORS, Rational Rhapsody, Rational Team Concert, and Rational Quality Manager, can help you design high-quality products that meet customer requirements.
This article aims at answering the question, "Is parallel programming hard?" You'll take a look at the distinctions between parallel and sequential programming as well as the three main problems programmers face when it comes to parallel programming.
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.
This e-guide examines organizational and team challenges of implementing the agile process. This e-guide also will detail how to scale agile software development to large organizations by scaling agile practices and agile work; how to transition small and large development teams to Scrum; and more.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the man tasked with bringing public services into the digital age. The second installment of our Buyer's Guide to business intelligence reviews two low-cost alternatives to the big suppliers; and we go behind the scenes of the IT preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The content in the planning and architecture guides IT Pros in the development of conceptual, logical, and physical designs for configuring Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 features, servers, and topologies.