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    In February 2001, a group of 17 unconventional individuals got together to write the agile manifesto, which launched the agile movement.
  • Program code and computer keyboard
    Java has around nine million developers around the world, making it a huge source of employment and, because of its ‘write once, run anywhere’ philosophy, a flexible language too.
  • Tennis Racket and Tennis Balls
    ITIL Expert Simon Cook MBCS CITP asks what we mean by ‘IT service’. The word ‘service’ is used a lot, but more often than not the context is different.
  • Business People Pointing At Pie Chart
    In the first of a new series of reports Brian Runciman MBCS looks at business intelligence, which links to a fuller report that covers the perspectives of business, the software and architecture view, real world applications, a look into the future and a overview of the marketing and health sectors.
  • iPad
    Without a doubt, ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) is the industry hot topic this summer. IT professionals are wary of it, end users are embracing it and vendors are trying to market it.

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