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December 17, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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21 Facts about Fab.com: Design & Business

On good Days they make 500k USD per Day in Revenue. Quite a lot for a Business thats just over two years. Fab works with 8.000 Designers world Wide. The Network is their Success. They buy directly most of their … Continue reading

September 25, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Development Workflow with Active Collab

Teamwork in Software development can smooth, if you keep the overview of your currently ongoing tasks. A workflow derived from scrum is the development process described below. This Workflow reduces confusion and brings focus to your teammembers   Creating Big … Continue reading

September 12, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Bug Busters – 5 Great Strategies to win.

Since Testing is quite an important Topic in Software development, it is critical to have your machine Setup in an effective way, so that you can easily produce a highly specified requests. Even if you have the impression that there … Continue reading

September 11, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Interesting Things todo in Cologne

The next 2 Days, the Dmexco Fair in Cologne is the place for digital Marketers. Since the Industry itself adding a limited Amout of Innovation, great things to be found are not always obvious. One of the most interesting Tracks … Continue reading

August 31, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Software & Feature Requirement Specification – They are your life-savers

Doing a Requirement specification is often the most challenging part of project. Even if you are employing Agile development strategies like scrum or xp programming, a proper specification is the base for a project success. Writing the Requirement specification puts … Continue reading

April 4, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Some Clever Things learned from Amazon

Use SLAs internally to manage services. Create a shared nothing infrastructure. Infrastructure can become a shared resource for development and deployment with the same downsides as shared resources in your logic and data tiers. It can cause locking and blocking … Continue reading

March 31, 2012
by Guntram Bechtold
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Semantic Frameworks, General Concept

By Looking at several Semantic Frameworks, General Concept of Semantics and specifically the RedLand Framework the following Notes were made. The basic workflow is like this: ¬†Analysis of a Structured or Unstructured Document Result of the Analysis is a Formatted … Continue reading