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Slashdot Items Tagged "management"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday February 13, 2014 @06:15PM Good Engineering Managers Just "Don't Exist"
Tuesday December 03, 2013 @12:19PM How Much Is Oracle To Blame For Healthcare IT Woes?
Sunday November 24, 2013 @10:37AM NYT: Healthcare.gov Project Chaos Due Partly To Unorthodox Database Choice
Friday January 11, 2013 @07:47PM Ask Slashdot: What Practices Impede Developers' Productivity?
Friday December 28, 2012 @09:08PM Linus Chews Up Kernel Maintainer For Introducing Userspace Bug
Thursday November 22, 2012 @03:56PM Could Testing Block Psychopaths From Senior Management?
Thursday November 15, 2012 @05:17PM Ask Slashdot: High-Tech Ways To Manage a Home Library?
Sunday October 07, 2012 @01:11PM They Work Long Hours, But What About Results?
Saturday June 23, 2012 @07:56PM Vulnerable SAP Deployments Make Prime Attack Targets
Thursday May 24, 2012 @05:30PM Mobile Workers Work Longer Hours
Thursday May 17, 2012 @12:29PM Who Is Still Using IE6? the UK Government
Saturday March 24, 2012 @09:02PM Open Source Payday
Sunday December 18, 2011 @10:22PM Ask Slashdot: Transitioning From Developer To Executive?
Sunday December 18, 2011 @05:54PM How To Thwart the High Priests In IT
Tuesday December 06, 2011 @10:25AM Does Outsourcing Programming Really Save Money?
Saturday November 05, 2011 @02:19PM A Brief History of Failed Digital Rights Management Schemes
Sunday October 09, 2011 @10:44AM Ask Slashdot: Create Custom Recovery Partitions With FOSS?
Thursday September 15, 2011 @03:19PM The Google+ API Is Released
Monday July 25, 2011 @07:27PM Former Google CIO Suggests 'Do Dumb Things'
Tuesday May 10, 2011 @11:58PM Is Process Killing the Software Industry?
Tuesday March 29, 2011 @12:54PM Page Can't Turn Back Clock At Google
Wednesday January 06, 2010 @01:13PM Enterprise Security For the Executive
Sunday November 26, 2006 @03:52PM Can a Manager Be a Techie and Survive?
Monday September 25, 2006 @04:50PM The World's Most Modern Management System

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