This week's Spotlight is pretty special. I had a chance to chat with a number of very distinguished and well known people in our industry, and for that matter, some are pretty well known outside of their industry. All have been very successful in their...
With the release of a new version of the open source graph database, Neo4j, and the fast-approaching Graph Connect conference (the first EVER graph database-focused conference, btw), we thought it'd be a good idea to talk to a couple of leaders in the graph database space.
As we saw in the previous post, Dijkstra's algorithm is very useful when it comes to finding all the shortest paths in a weighted graph. However, it has one major problem! Obviously it doesn’t work correctly when dealing with negative lengths of the edges.
We’ve all seen it: An architect explaining something with a sketch containing bubbles and arrows. But are the architects really thinking of how to implement every single one of those boxes when drawing them?
There are so many more things that matter when you want a successful high quality project/solution. You can’t rely on a decent testing strategy, security awareness and rapid development to achieve high quality.
I will start with some bad news: you need to go and prepare your websites for IE10. Even if you have only a desktop-optimized website, you need to go and prepare it. And if you are thinking: “hey, this will not affect my mobile site because it’s just for tablets” you are wrong.