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Linguistic sorting with Oracle

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Sorting characters is done differently from one language to another. For example, in English digits come before letters in an ascending sorting. But, in German, digits are ascendant sorted after letters. Sorting may or may not be case sensitive, diacritics may be considered or ignored, and phonetic rules could also be used (e.g.: in Spanish […]

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Short introduction to Software Measurement

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Software Measurement is a discipline of Software Engineering which allows us to quantify, measure different characteristics of the software product. Applying measures for software development can prove to be useful because it allows us to deal with the three major problems encountered in software development: uncertainty, irreversibility and complexity. This is a short introduction into […]

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Short introduction to Agile Methods

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I have recently attended a lecture on Agile Methods at the University of Bolzano, Italy. Jutta Eckstein, an expert on Agile Software Development, held an interesting introductory course on Agile Software Process Management at the CASE Summer School (2009). Based on her lecture, I decided to make a short presentation about what Agile Methods means.

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ExpDB – an innovative knowledge management tool

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What is ExpDB ExpDB (a.k.a. Experience DB) is a software system which consists in a database of experiences, different situations in general, that are thought at a higher abstract level, the purpose being to manage diverse knowledge, in a controlled and organized manner. It allows persisting knowledge by categorizing it and by filtering it, based […]

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