Posts for November, 2006

Requirement Patterns

Christopher Creel presents Requirement Patterns, analogous to Design Patterns, but to cover the problem space rather than the solution space. I agree with him that requirements engineering is not given enough weightage. One way a project effort and cost estimate is brought down is by stripping down the requirements elicitation and analysis. [Continue]

Blogs And Journalism

Pulitzer, the elite award, has opened up to admit blogs (via Bloggers Blog). Initially I was thrilled, but as you can see, most of the language is directed towards newspapers and considered in the local journalism context. Scoble says that bloggers will be called journalists as more and more professionals start blogging. [Continue]

Back To Manual Spamming

Spammers are now outsourcing for manual spamming (via Bloggers Blog) to workaround CAPTCHAs. Though a single spammer cannot be as fast as a machine, thousands of them together than spell a lot of trouble. Captchas force you to identify certain characters and enter them, which machines cannot follow. [Continue]



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