The record of Facebook so far is impressive … in fact it is unprecedented.
Facebook with $40 billion valuation & 500 million users – Mark Elliot
Zuckerberg, the youngest billionaire & Time “person of the year” … the
list goes on. So, where does Facebook go from here? Are we looking at the tip
of the iceberg or are we standing at the top of Mt Everest?
Here is a 2007 May Fast Company article – Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg:
Hacker. Dropout. CEO. It makes interesting reading. The article goes on to
says “…TechCrunch posted documents said to be a part of an internal
valuation of Facebook by Yahoo. The documents projected that Facebook would
generate $969 million in revenue, with 48 million users, by 2010…”. They
have been wrong by an order of magnitude on the number of users!!!
Going forward, here are five possible scenarios for Facebook.
Next big thing happens: A new and ... (more)
Hybrid tools try to resolve the debate of …
“Should you write a mobile web application which will render on multiple
platforms without significant change but won’t be able to take advantage on
“Should you create platform specific native application to fully utilize
the power of the device but increase your effort?”
The basic premise of hybrid approach is that you can have your cake and eat
it to. In this approach you use the browser control and create a shell
application which is then used to render HTML pages. Since most of the
popular phone browsers are ... (more)
As I had mentioned earlier, there is a paucity of free sample questions for
the TOGAF 9 foundation or the part 1 test. I had created one set earlier and
there are two other set available for free:
TOGAF Foundation Level Certification – Aid for preparation TOGAF 9
Certification Multiple Choice Questions iQuiz – Quick Quiz System TOGAF 9
Foundation Exam If you are interested in Part 2 then this may help you: TOGAF
– Preparation Aid for Part 2 [Update: TOGAF 9.1 Released – What Does It
Mean To You?]
Here is another set of 40 questions.
Basic Concepts (3 questions)
What accordin... (more)
In February this year the agile movement completed 11 years of existence. I
am sure you are either using some form of agile methodology or examining the
possibility of using them. But, are you aware of how the agile movement
happened? Did it happen by chance or was it inevitable? Do you know what
influenced the agile manifesto? Who the authors are? What are their
backgrounds and what do they do now? How was the name “Agile” selected?
It is clear from the notes published by Jon Kern that four methodologies had
significant influence on the manifesto – they are:
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There is no surprise that there was a furor on the web – everybody
protested. Such reaction is expected. What is surprising is the response from
“…the language we proposed also ... (more)