The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK.
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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 6.7 and includes the...
Let me welcome all of you to the new DZone community for one of the most important and fastest growing groups in the worldwide IT scene: Indian developers and IT professionals. No matter where you look, if something interesting is happening on the IT and...
I’ve written a bit about hackathons recently, as they seem to be growing in popularity as a means of attracting outsiders to tackle particular problems facing an organization.
The enterprise sales rep, as we know them, is dying a quick death. That doesn’t mean that enterprise selling is over by any means. All organizations need software, on-premise and cloud, as much and even more than ever before.
Social networks are undoubtedly a major part of modern life, and an increasingly common aspect of organizational life. There has been considerable discussion around the value of such networks however, particularly when it comes to forming opinions.
Simplify the employee absence monitoring process by using this simple iSheets solution. Instead of manually filling in a paper form that will be stored in their employment file, employees can fill in an online form where they can quickly complete their absence record for holiday or sickness and attach all relevant documentation.
Hackathons are certainly not new affairs, but it’s interesting to see the verve with which the healthcare industry have taken to the format.
Can you risk your sensitive information leaking? Many organisations find it difficult to see the benefits from publishing standards. I remove the barriers to show the benefits from each publishing standard in my next few posts.
There’s a nice psychological quirk called the pygmalion effect. It was first coined by Harvard researchers Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobsen, who observed that students performed better when their teachers believed they had the potential to be great.
I met Aimee at the Atlanta User Group Meeting in June. Starting a new job, traveling to a new city, and meeting a room full of people was a little stressful for me.
Over the past few years we’ve seen a fascinating shift in how organizations have been managing their redundant and un-used intellectual property.
Millennials are so hot right now. It seems everywhere you turn on the internet there's another study, story or survey focused on millennials and how they work (or don't).
I’ve written a few times in recent times about the innate courage in the innovator. To innovate often requires the individual to stand alone, often against quite significant foes, in order to get their ideas and thoughts out there.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation is one of world’s most successful and influential nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by cancer.
As regular readers of the blog will be aware, there have been several studies over the past year or so that have explored the motivations of people who participate in open innovation challenges or citizen science projects.
Ideas are flowing freely and easily among Toronto residents at IdeaSpace.
As an early introduction to this “community consultation” movement,
local leaders are getting input from community members about how to make
the process as meaningful for them as...
There have been plenty of studies highlighting the importance of being able to focus on tasks at work. Indeed, Daniel Goleman, he of emotional intelligence fame, wrote a book devoted to the topic. He suggested that our mind can typically wander by as much as 40% of any time we devote to reading a piece of text.
High stakes M&A is definitely not for the faint-hearted. When you consider the sheer valuation of such transactions it’s enough to make your head spin.
With the rise in popularity of MOOCs, there has been a significant amount of discussion surrounding the future of higher education.