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Accounting & Economics - Items Of Interest
The Pros and Cons of Franchise Ownership - 19/4/2016
Franchise opportunities are more structured than business opportunities. If thinking of purchasing a franchise, just like with any business venture, there are pros and cons of franchise ownership.
Xero Business Community: Every Update Gets Worse - 1/12/2015
Every time you guys play with what was this great accounting software it gets more and more complicated.
Rollercoaster Crash: Top 4 Reasons For Deflation - Hidden Secrets Of Money 6 (Mike Maloney) - 17/11/2015
There are 4 unmistakable signals a financial crisis of epic proportions is headed straight toward us.
IRD works with Xero and MYOB on billion-dollar NZ tax program - 13/11/2015
"I have encouraged Inland Revenue to work closely with industry, including accounting and payroll providers."
Australian Federal Police cast net over Xero phishers - 28/10/2015
Scammers hit NSW, VIC money men, change account deposit details.
Jane Gleeson-White: Double-entry bookkeeping - 24/6/2015
Fiction editor of the Australian literary journal Overlander; her third book is Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Shaped the Modern World.
Miscellaneous - Items Of Interest
Are autistic individuals the best workers around - 7/1/2016
Frustrated by young employees who spend more time texting than doing their jobs? Want to find an employee who gets immersed in his work and pays close attention to details? Then you might want to follow the lead of other businesses that have begun to actively recruit autistic employees.
How the Richest Man in the World Rules the U.S. from Riyadh - 9/12/2015
Saudi Arabia Leads the Jihadist Nations; U.S. Assists Them.
Impression of biblical king's seal found in Jerusalem - 2/12/2015
Israeli archaeologists say they have found a 2,700-year-old piece of clay inscribed with a biblical king's seal.
Why don't women become truckers? - 27/11/2015
All over the world it's the same - a woman driving a lorry gets funny looks and has to listen to unfunny jokes.
Welcoming back the Spitfire - 11/10/2015
We welcome the Spitfire and Icarus Wall back to Memorial Avenue. To honour the brave men of the Brevet Club, we hosted a re-dedication event on Spitfire Square, where Reverend Peter Beck blessed the plane.
Software - Items Of Interest
9 lies programmers tell themselves - 27/3/2017
Confidence in our power over machines also makes us guilty of hoping to bend reality to our code.
Windows RT done right? Regular Windows apps will run on new ARM-based PCs - 8/12/2016
Microsoft-Qualcomm deal puts Windows 10 and Win32 apps on ARM-based PCs, using several techniques.
Making Architecture Matter - Martin Fowler Keynote - 23/7/2015
From OSCON 2015 in Portland: In the software world, architecture often gets a bad reputation. I'll talk about why it matters, and how we can pay attention to it without falling into traps.
Time is running out for NTP - 28/11/2016
Everyone benefits from Network Time Protocol, but the project struggles to pay its sole maintainer or fund its various initiatives.
The 7 most vexing problems in programming - 7/11/2016
Here be dragons: These gnarly corners of the coding world can be formidable foes, even for seasoned pros.
10 AWS security blunders and how to avoid them - 3/11/2016
Amazon Web Services is easy to work with -- but can easily compromise your environment with a single mistake.
As Apple fiddles, Microsoft reaches for Apple's discarded creative crown - 27/10/2016
Inertia, more than any other factor, now binds creative and power users to the Mac.
How secure is AES against brute force attacks? - 5/7/2012
In the world of embedded and computer security, one of the often debated topics is whether 128-bit symmetric key, used for AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is computationally secure against brute-force attack.
7 chronic browser bugs plaguing the web - 17/10/2016
From video glitches to memory leaks, today's browser bugs are harder to pin down, even as they slow the web to a crawl.
A Few Words with Niklaus Wirth
Niklaus Wirth is one of the most influential thinkers in the software world.
PwC slams Kiwi cyber security practices - 7/10/2016
PricewaterhouseCoopers has issued a damning report on the cyber security practices of New Zealand organisations.
If all else fails, start with the IT basics - 29/6/2016
Or start from the beginning in the first place to save a lot of hassle.
Google cloud chief on tackling the enterprise - 29/3/2016
Google's cloud leader discusses one of the biggest IT challenges related to enterprise cloud deployments and offers advice on how companies can identify the business functions that are best suited for the cloud.
Microsoft upgraded users to Windows 10 without their OK - 14/3/2016
This weekend's Windows 10 upgrade has users angry, and it's unclear if the ploy will continue.
Why IT tasks take as long as they take - 7/3/2016
An hour or a week? For technical work, estimating the time required is the eternal challenge.
FBI wants $38 million in new funding to break encryption - 12/2/2016
The funding bid will help the agency "develop and acquire tools" that break encryption.
The professional programmer's business survival guide - 8/2/2016
Faulty foundations, AWOL contractors, bugs piling up, nightmare clients -- find out how to handle the real-world problems faced by programmers.
Encryption bills pose challenges for Congress - 29/1/2016
Breaking encryption technology used by terrorists and criminals poses a frustrating dilemma for intelligence agencies and, most recently, congressional lawmakers.
Google pushes new scheme for native-like Web apps - 23/12/2015
Google's Progressive Web Apps deliver an applike user experience, but on the browser.
US prisoners released early by software bug - 23/12/2015
More than 3,200 US prisoners have been released early because of a software glitch.
Advertisers vs. ad blockers: The race to Internet armageddon - 10/12/2015
Publishers need advertising dollars, but obnoxious ads have spawned a boom in revenue-killing ad blockers.
Stop the anti-encryption propaganda now - 23/11/2015
We cannot let the world think that encryption can be compromised or tossed aside.
Encryption is not the enemy - 20/11/2015
The fearmongering after last week's attacks in Paris does nothing to improve security and helps the terrorists' cause.
Gene Amdahl, Mainframe Computing Pioneer, Passes Away At 92 - 13/11/2015
Gene Amdahl, the man responsible for the modern design of the mainframe computer, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 10 in Palo Alto, Calif. at the age of 92.
Top 10 forecasts for IT organisations and users for 2016 and beyond - 12/10/2015
Top strategic predictions for 2016 and beyond, looking at the digital future, as well as an algorithmic and a smart machine-driven world.
The No. 1 problem with computer security - 29/9/2015
Everyone focuses on the wrong threats. You've undoubtedly been breached already, so the key is to collect data that can help you prevent attackers from succeeding again.
Microsoft sets an old C/C++ compiler on a modern path - 28/9/2015
Microsoft debuted improvements this summer with Visual Studio 2015, and more are planned.
Xero teams up with Meridian Energy - 1/9/2015
Accounting software firm Xero has today announced it has entered into a partnership agreement with Meridian Energy to help Kiwi businesses manage their electricity finances.
Old software: The savior and scourge of IT - 17/8/2015
Software will inevitably grow old, but it should never be allowed to fade away.
Sick of Flash security holes? HTML5 has its own - 6/8/2015
Web browsers and HTML5 technologies bring their own weaknesses to the world of Internet apps.
The cloud is becoming exactly what it sought to replace - 31/7/2015
Cloud providers once promised to be different from traditional enterprise software providers. Here's why that didn't happen.
Video: Why architecture matters in open source - 24/7/2015
In his OSCON keynote address, Martin Fowler gives developers a dose of practical wisdom about architecture.
Agile Project Management and Its Impact
The Agile Project Management has its roots in the iterative project management.
Small IT, big problems: Log data reveals the unknown - 14/7/2015
Even the smallest IT team can leverage log management for smoother operations and stronger security.
7 reasons why frameworks are the new programming languages - 30/3/2015
Thanks to powerful tools, the need for speed, and the shifting nature of programming itself, your next nerd fight will be over framework APIs, not syntax.
Sir Gil Simpson speaks on Software Geeks - 4/8/2008
Sir Gil Simpson is a leading software developer in New Zealand. Hear his thoughts on software 'geeks' and the software industry.
How to salvage a (nearly) hopeless software project - 5/1/2015
Faulty foundations, AWOL contractors, bugs piling up -- here's what to do before taking a sledgehammer to a faltering pile of code.
12 predictions for the future of programming - 3/2/2014
If hitting a target is hard and hitting a moving target is even harder, then creating a new hit technology is next to impossible because the shape and nature of the target morphs as it moves.
Xero responds to customer concerns about US access to data in cloud - 23/8/2013
Xero chief executive Rod Drury says he has fielded a few questions from customers about the ability of US government agencies such as the NSA to access data stored in the cloud but there have been no deletions.
Only third of projects delivered on time, budget: survey - 16/8/2013
The headline-grabbing Novopay teachers' payroll system is just the tip of the iceberg of troubled IT projects if a KPMG survey is to be believed.
Amazon crash reveals 'cloud' computing actually based on data centers - 22/4/2011
Cloud requires the same care, skills and sophisticated management as other areas of IT.
New browser threat sneaks by traditional defences - 17/3/2010
'DNS rebinding' is a threat to corporate data.
Agile approach may clash with govt tender policy - 15/5/2009
Government structures could constrain the adoption of agile development.
Are Quirky Developers Brilliant or Dangerous? - 16/3/2009
Some of the smartest developers I've ever worked with were also some of the weirdest.
Security needs to be 'baked in' say experts - 9/3/2009
You wouldn't buy a car and then buy airbags from another vendor, so why do it with software, says expert.
Nine-year-old writes iPhone code - 6/2/2009
A nine-year-old Malaysian boy in Singapore has written a painting application for the Apple iPhone.
The Economics of Giving It Away - 2/2/2009
In a battered economy, free goods and services online are more attractive than ever. So how can the suppliers make a business model out of nothing?
Dangerous coding errors revealed - 13/1/2009
The US National Security Agency has helped put together a list of the world's most dangerous coding mistakes.
Salesforce suffers system wide outage - 7/1/2009
Salesforce.com users are left in the dark.
Forrester: CIOs wrestle with too many enterprise BI tools - 23/12/2008
Despite BI consolidation efforts, one in five CIOs run six or more BI tools, says survey.
Open-source developers set out 2020 road map - 8/12/2008
Open-source advocates offer their vision of software in 2020.
Confidential customer details exposed on Qantas site - 1/12/2008
Qantas' website breaches the privacy at least two customers.
The A-Z of Programming Languages: C# - 1/10/2008
Microsoft's Anders Hejlsberg reveals the history behind one of the most common programming languages, C#, and what the future holds for C#4.0.
Cloud computing is a trap, warns GNU founder Richard Stallman - 29/9/2008
Web-based programs like Google's Gmail will force people to buy into locked, proprietary systems that will cost more and more over time, according to the free software campaigner.
Is Your Next Language COBOL? - 18/9/2008
Don't count Cobol out. It's a key element in modern distributed business software architectures.
Labours of love - 2/8/2008
It takes 10,000 hours of practice to become a skilled carpenter or musician - but what makes a true master? Richard Sennett on the craftsman in us all.
Asperger's: the IT industry's dark secret - 23/6/2008
IT is a uniquely attractive industry for the autistic.
Opinion: Outsourcing Agile can it be done? - 24/4/2008
A standard contract doesn't really ensure that you'll get what you want.
Forrester: AJAX-powered web apps disappoint power users - 26/3/2008
Power users find AJAX applications very complex, says report.
How to Tap IT's Hidden Potential - 10/3/2008
Too often, there's a wall between a company's information-technology department and everything else. That wall has to go.
Developers the focus of Microsoft launch - 27/2/2008
Developers are magicians, says Microsoft developer evangelist.
Accenture exec raises concerns over SOA shortfall - 10/12/2007
It's not delivering to its potential, CTO says.
Don't view software as an expense: researcher - 12/11/2007
Too many firms take that view, professor says.
7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails - 22/9/2007
I spent two years trying to make Rails do something it wasn't meant to do, then realized my old abandoned language (PHP, in my case) would do just fine if approached with my new Rails-gained wisdom.
A Guide to Hiring Programmers: The High Cost of Low Quality - 5/8/2007
I was invited to a wonderful dinner party (I swear it wasn't too spicy Sarah!) with some St. Louis Perl peoples this week while I'm here on business. At one point we were talking about hiring programmers, specifically Perl programmers.
Web 2.0 users open a Pandora's box of security problems - 2/4/2007
Next generation net brings benefits but introduces hazards.
Study links staff use of Web 2.0 to security risks - 2/4/2007
Sensitive work issues are being talked about online.
Govt and taxpayers are paying too much for IT - 2/4/2007
There is more money to be made being a consultancy that specialises in preparing government tenders than in winning the business.
John W. Backus (1924 - 2007) - 20/3/2007
The man who for all practical purposes invented the modern concept of the interpreted programming language, and who gave us the first principles upon which the software industry was formed, died over the weekend at age 82.
Microsoft Accounting App Hits 1 Million Downloads - 20/2/2007
Microsoft is touting its free accounting application, which it debuted last October for small businesses, as a success, announcing that it has been downloaded by 1 million people in just 3 months. Office Accounting Express 2007 is Microsoft's first shot across Intuit's bow.
The rise of the business analyst once again - 12/2/2007
BAs have never been as important as now, says Michael H Hugos
The death of computing - 22/1/2007
Neil McBride says computer science was populated by mathematicians and physicists but now virtual robots can be created by eight-year olds without needing programming, logic or discrete mathematics skills. Does that mean we have a dying discipline?
Scott Rosenberg: What Makes Software So Hard - 5/1/2007
The history of software development is marked by missed deadlines, blown budgets and broken promises. Author Scott Rosenberg discusses this dysfunctional culture, and why it persists.
Web users driving change in 2007 - 1/1/2007
It is often said the only constant in the world of hi-tech is change - a fact that makes prediction notoriously difficult. But here three tech veterans give their view about what will drive change over the next 12 months and beyond.
Why Software Sucks ... And What You Can Do About It, by David S Platt
Today's software sucks. There's no other good way to say it. It's unsafe, allowing criminal programs to creep through the Internet wires into our very bedrooms. It's unreliable, crashing when we need it most, wiping out hours or days of work with no way to get it back. And it's hard to use, requiring large amounts of head-banging to figure out the simplest operations.
Simplicity Is Highly Overrated - 12/12/2006
"Why can't products be simpler?" cries the reviewer in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the local newspaper. "We want simplicity" cry the people befuddled by all the features of their latest whatever. Do they really mean it? No.
Poor requirements-definition equals ICT failure - 9/11/2006
Business analysis expert Glenn Brule says internal centres of business excellence could help ICT deliver what the business wants.
Microsoft Offers Free Accounting Suite - 30/10/2006
Upping the ante against Intuit, Microsoft on Monday released a new accounting software package for small and home businesses. The most alluring feature of the offering may not be its Outlook-like interface and Office integration, but rather its price: free.
Most ICT spending is 'dead money': Gartner - 23/10/2006
Majority of tech dollars go on 'keeping the lights on', analyst says.
Microsoft .Net update - 10/7/2006
Twenty-eight months since my last report on Microsoft's .Net technology suite, it's interesting to see what's changed and what hasn't. The desktop version of the Longhorn OS was renamed Vista, but its release status remains the same: beta. Of the three .Net-oriented pillars of Longhorn Avalon, Indigo, and WinFS two are renamed (Avalon to Windows Presentation Foundation and Indigo to Windows Communication Foundation) but none have shipped, and WinFS has been pushed post-Vista.
Microsoft ponders Windows successor - 30/6/2006
A successor to the Windows operating system, while still very much in the theoretical stage, is expected to better leverage multicore processors, for starters, a Microsoft official says.
Businesses should take a holistic attitude - 20/6/2006
From his background in the exacting world of accountancy, through his fatherly dedication to honing the performance of his son's racing cart, to running the country's largest information and communications technology (ICT) services company, Chris Quin seems to be a stickler in his search for efficiency.
The show-off moment: a danger for developers - 14/6/2006
ICT architects need to learn "expectation management" skills, so what they deliver coincides with what the client expected in terms of services and payback to the business, says Unisys ICT architect Dermot O'Brien.
Web 2.0 is hot both today and tomorrow - 22/5/2006
IBM web futurist David Boloker says Web 2.0 may be hyped but it will change the way we view and use the web.
Obstacles to developing web apps 'critical issue' - 10/4/2006
Obstacles to developing web applications was a critical issue on the minds of Java developers at TheServerside Java Symposium held recently in Las Vegas.
The C# Design Process - 4/8/2003
Anders Hejlsberg, the lead C# architect, talks with Bruce Eckel and Bill Venners about the process used by the team that designed C#, and the relative merits of usability studies and good taste in language design.
If Architects Had to Work Like Web Designers
Please design and build me a house. I am not quite sure of what I need, so you should use your discretion. My house should have somewhere between two and forty-five bedrooms. Just make sure the plans are such that the bedrooms can be easily added or deleted. When you bring the blueprints to me, I will make the final decision of what I want. Also, bring me the cost breakdown for each configuration so that I can arbitrarily pick one.
Hardware - Items Of Interest
Five-Dimensional Data Storage - 20/5/2009
A new material could eventually be used to store vast amounts of data on a disc.
IBM to build massive supercomputer for US government - 4/2/2009
New machine will run at a record 20 petaflops.
Flying saucer 'nears US take-off' - 1/9/2007
It has been called the vehicle of the future and the ultimate way to beat the rush hour commute.
Fishermen pull the plug on Vietnam's web - 9/6/2007
As much as 61 miles of cable must be replaced, say Vietnamese government officials.
Chips push through nano-barrier - 27/1/2007
The next milestone in the relentless pursuit of smaller, higher performance microchips has been unveiled.
Brain sensor allows mind-control - 12/7/2006
A sensor implanted in a paralysed man's brain has enabled him to control objects through just the power thought.
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"The greatest cup win of all time!" - Terror To Love and driver Ricky May win the 2013 New Zealand Trotting Cup at Addington for the third time.
Monkey King wins the 2010 New Zealand Trotting Cup - 9/11/2010
"Play it again Sam!" - Monkey King and driver Ricky May win the 2010 New Zealand Trotting Cup at Addington.
Bettor's Strike wins the 2009 Victoria Cup - 11/12/2009
"The Kiwi got up!" - Bettor's Strike and driver Dexter Dunn win the 2009 Victoria Cup at Melton's Tabcorp Park.
NZ Cup & Miracle Mile Winner Monkey King - 9/12/2009
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Monkey King wins the 2009 Miracle Mile - 29/11/2009
"The NZ Cup winner's done it again!" - Monkey King and driver Ricky May win the 2009 Miracle Mile at Menangle and breaks a new Australasian record.
My Scotsgrey wins the 2009 New Zealand Cup - 14/11/2009
"The grey has done it!" - My Scotsgrey and jockey Leith Innes win the 2009 New Zealand Cup at Riccarton.
Monkey King wins the 2009 New Zealand Trotting Cup - 10/11/2009
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