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Bob Arnson
15 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 15 November 1999. By Bob Arnson.
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12 Nov 1999 Power editing
If your IDE's editor gives you fits, CodeWright has the power to calm your nerves. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
10 Nov 1999 Touring the SD East expo
It's a tough job: Tour the SD expo the day it opens, dodging food stands and avoiding marketroids while still trying to find out what's new and interesting -- all while filing this report before midnight. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
10 Nov 1999 10 tips for technical leaders
Management guru Larry Constantine offers leadership advice to developers at SD'99 East. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
9 Nov 1999 Management 101
Like software development itself, managing a project is as much art as science. The right rules of thumb can contribute a lot to success. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
5 Nov 1999 Lean on me
When it comes to releasing quality software, everyone could use a little help from his friends. Enter TurboPower's Sleuth QA Suite, which promises to help you find bugs and optimize your Delphi and C++Builder code. By Bob Arnson.
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3 Nov 1999 Practical Internet Groupware
Jon Udell's new book from O'Reilly promises to dig deep into today's Internet standard-based groupware. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
2 Nov 1999 Pushing the latest bits
You probably spend a lot of R&D and QA resources fixing bugs and making maintenance releases. But all that work is for naught if users don't know about, download, and install them. By Bob Arnson.
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1 Nov 1999 We have mail!
A selection of the most interesting, insightful, provocative, and bizarre letters we received in response to last week's stories. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
27 Oct 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 27 October 1999. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
26 Oct 1999 Two heads are better than one
Or three or four. The quest for the biggest monitor follows the road to very expensive credit card bills. Does size really matter? By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
25 Oct 1999 We have mail!
A selection of the most interesting, insightful, provocative, and bizarre letters we received in response to last week's stories. Edited by Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
22 Oct 1999 Linux and Java: the perfect shotgun marriage
Unlike most shotgun marriages, neither family wants these two together. But everyone else should. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
21 Oct 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 21 October 1999. Edited by Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
20 Oct 1999 Avoiding DLL torment
DLL Hell is something all Windows developers go through. It's like a rite of passage. Here's how to make your DLL Hell more compassionate. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
19 Oct 1999 An answer to information overload and underload?
Sometimes there's too much information and sometimes there's too little. Can Microsoft's digital dashboards solve both problems? By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
15 Oct 1999 Slimy tactics
Some people will stop at nothing to make a buck. Naturally, those people just love the 'Net. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
14 Oct 1999 Polishing a spammy reputation
Even though a former member of the club, Bob doesn't excuse the actions of marketers who spam. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
13 Oct 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 13 October 1999. Edited by Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
12 Oct 1999 Input device mania
Bob claims to spend a lot of time working in front of computers. Here he'll talk about three new products that might just help you do so more comfortably -- but the lawyers make no promises. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article

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