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Data Cleansing or (data scrubbing) is an activity involving a process of detecting and correcting the errors and inconsistencies in data warehouse. Thus poor quality data i.e.; dir...
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In pursuit of MS Windows parity, many in the Linux community are undermining what makes it better than its biggest competitor
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Rick Freedman explains how user stories can help agile developers understand users' expectations. He also discusses the three Cs, user role modeling, and epic stories.
Constructive debate is an important component in healthy organizational dynamics. However, once a decision is made, the whole group needs to get on board and forge ahead. The CIO m...
Constant data entry mistakes in a critical system make this IT manager nervous. Besides creating more work for an already deluged IT department, finger pointing abounds as to the ...
Last week, many Debian users got something of a shock when they realized that encryption keys for OpenSSH, OpenSSL, and OpenVPN have all been vulnerable to relatively easy compromi...