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If you fail to document your systems or projects, you (or those who inherit your work) are likely to regret it. Luckily, plenty of apps are available to simplify the task.
Marco Fioretti takes a look at two important features of DBeaver, an open source universal database manager.
Find out why Marco Fioretti thinks everybody working with lots of interrelated, mostly textual content should try the free Piggydb Java application.
Programmers need an editing tool that works with them and offers the special features that cater to their peculiar needs.
Android developer Chiu-Ki Chan learned iOS to develop her Heart Collage app on both platforms. Find out her overall impressions of iOS development.
Here are 10 very good reasons why no one should go back to the dark days of Office menus.
When the Ribbon arrived, many users weren't happy -- including Susan Harkins. But now she says she wouldn't go back to the dark days of Office menus.
Justin James gathers the information you need to make the right decision on applying Microsoft's June 2011 patches in your organization.
Even after working a while with Access 2007 or 2010, you may be disoriented if you're used to earlier versions. Susan Harkins offers some help in locating the tools you need.
At MAX 2008, Adobe demonstrated and distributed to attendees a preview release of Flash Catalyst, the Rich Internet Application (RIA) interaction design tool formerly known as Ther...