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Links 1 through 10 of 18 by Ashish Kulkarni tagged software

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"Homophily" is the phenomenon where birds of a feather flock together, which creates a tight circle of self-similar recommendations that support individual prejudices. Breaking out of this circle creates serendipity: pleasantly surprising the user.

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Software development is a problem solving business, but sometimes even common sense is lacking. This is a true story of how the leadership of a large IT project went through various stages of denial and last ditch adjustment on a drawn out death march.

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With bottlenecks removed and the costs of production dropping, IT Consulting looks like the Long Tail of services. The future of services is in making lots of small engagements pay, rather than shooting only for the big ones.

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very interesting article which talks about competition in the software components market, and how it impacts the choices you make in development -- essentially leading to analysis paralysis. also discusses the problems inherent in internal code reuse.

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Discusses how simply reducing the complexity or number of steps marginally can lead to market dominance (eg. Google, Skype). Also discusses how reducing the barriers to entry make your products much more attractive.

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"In product management, the things you choose not to do are at least as important as the things you choose to do. Though it might seem like adding features is always a good thing, there are actually tradeoffs being made with each feature added."

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An interesting article about how fine grained tagging can provide compelling meta data for higher level concepts, using the example of tagging songs played on the BBC to explore the semantic relationships between artists, albums, tracks and networks.

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discussion on the relationship between quality and software economics. "There are four questions to ask yourself about every bug: How bad is the impact? How often does it happen? How much effort is required to fix it? What is the risk of fixing this bug?"

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"In essence, we have traded siloed applications for networked ones. We’ve migrated away from the featuritis of desktop applications to socially-enabled networked ones. "

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