Tuesday, July 02, 2002
Issues. That word has multiple meanings in this context. One meaning is that we have all been obviously busy these past six weeks, which means that we've been dealing with a plethora of issues, with more to come. Another meaning is that new issues of two of my favorite magazines are out.
The magazine that I most look forward to is CrossTalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering. Since we've been so far behind I failed to report on the past two issues - a situation I am going to rectify now:
- July 2002 is devoted to Information Assurance.
- June 2002 is focused on software estimation techniques.
The other magazine I make sure I read as soon as it comes out is The Data Administration Newsletter. In the most recent issue, Issue 21.0 - 3rd Quarter 2002, you'll find a fresh set of papers and articles, and the insightful feature columns that are written by genuine industry experts.
Also noteworthy are the following new issues of newsletters that I read:
- STQe-Letter, Information for Software Testers, Managers, and Quality Assurance People.
- Amy D. Wohl's Opinions Volume 2, Issue 26 (28 June 2002).
- The Server Side Connection.
- Doug Kaye's IT Strategy Letter.
- Mike Sisco's E-Zine (June 2002 issue).
- Methods & Tools.
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