What is Pair Programming?

Back in the 1980s, a big part of my job at a defense contractor was writing software. Sometimes I worked by myself and sometimes I worked with another programmer – generally one who was a friend. Sometimes we worked on separate devices, and sometimes we sat together at the same keyboard and screen and worked […]
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3 Ways Lists Can Help You Prepare For the CompTIA Security+ Exam

After teaching Learning Tree’s CompTIA Security+ exam preparation course I don’t know how many times, I am more convinced than ever that, at most, about one person out of every twenty is ready to take the test on the morning after the last day of the course. Even those uncommon people benefit from the review […]
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Use Computer Security Day as a Trigger for Security Awareness

November 30th is International Computer Security Day. Since 1998 the day has been celebrated as a way to focus attention on – what else – computer security. I think such observances are an excellent way to tie an organization’s activities to the calendar. Use ICSD to Promote Awareness This Computer Security Day I’d like to […]
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SQL Server 2016: Parallel Processing for R Server with MPI Part 2

Part 2: Parallel Processing with Microsoft R Server and MPI In Part 1 we saw how to configure a server with Microsoft R Server to make use of the Rmpi library to achieve parallel processing. In Part 2, we will look at how to launch R Server processes on multiple machines creating a flexible R […]
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Being Clear and Concise When You Write

Everybody wants their writing to be concise and clear. Here’s some simple rules that you can follow to achieve both clarity and concision in the next thing you write — and a warning about when being concise is a bad idea. When I ask participants in Learning Tree’s business writing course what matters to them in business […]
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