From the Editors: Microsoft cares too much

Apple and Microsoft need to find a happy medium; databases are in a chaotic place now and that’s okay … continue reading

From the Editors: Glasses are the new smartphone

Everyone better get ready for the AR explosion; native code is taking on a new meaning … continue reading

The SD Times 100: ‘Best in Show’ in Software Development

The editors of SD Times again recognize the software development industry’s leaders and innovators … continue reading

From the Editors: Move beyond the Big Data hyperbole

Big or small, everyone needs to pay attention to Big Data; Kickstarter is blazing a trail to a new way of funding software … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: How to spur functional programming use

A reader describes the benefits of using functional programming in the enterprise, and also the hurdles to its uptake … continue reading

From the Editors: Coders can’t have the last word on quality

The day when development teams won’t need human testers may never come; browser-based IDEs are the future … continue reading

From the Editors: It’s wow—or doom—for BlackBerry

BlackBerry took steps in the right direction, but it still needs more; we hope perceptual computing catches on … continue reading

From the Editors: Hurray! The enterprise is exciting again!

Investors have returned to putting up money for enterprise products; Mono is safe to use for most people, for now … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: All about Windows 8

David Gerrold’s “Windows Ate” column touched off a storm of responses, almost all of them in agreement with him … continue reading

From the Editors: One HTML, under W3C

HTML5’s advancement is good, but it could be being handled better; some predictions for 2013 … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: Underestimating Java

A reader rises to JavaOne’s defense; Microsoft has put itself into a corner with mobile … continue reading

From the Editors: So GNU, Richard Stallman?

The FSF’s crusade is noble but misplaced; smaller and mobile is the future, not bigger and more powerful … continue reading

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