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Auto posting from my regular reading. Enjoy. IPv6 Insights with Ed Horley
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Here is what I was reading this last week. ¬†At least, most of it. ūüôā Wonderware/Schneider Wonderware System Platform 2014 R2 Platform Manager Improvements Cyber Security: A Thief Named ‘Mastermind’ Hacked 20 Million Accounts On A Russian Dating Website Cyber Security: ICS-CERT Vulnerability Summary for Week of January 19 Wonderware MES software gets you the...
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Scott Hanselman has done the world a great favor and put together a series of videos on how to really use Microsoft Word.  I recommend that anyone who uses Word as part of their job take some time and watch these videos. Scott Hanselman has a great Blog that I have followed for years at...
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Podcast feature Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast: Leading a Team Meeting News from the Net Rockwell Automation The¬†importance of being integrated Schneider/Wonderware Ensuring¬†operators effectiveness Wonderware Historian: Don’t Be Puzzled by Your Process Wonderware¬†MES solutions: Better Decisions Start with a Better Framework Benefits¬†of the Wonderware InTouch 2014 R2 Galaxy¬†Toolbox Graphics Bulk Import Demo and Business Value Cyber¬†Security:...
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I have been doing a lot of reading lately around requirements, business analytics, UML, and Software requirements.  Here are some of the books that I reccomend: UML Distilled Third Edition: A brief Guide to the Standard Object Modeling Language; Martin Fowler; Addison-Wesley; 2004 Pearson Education, Inc Software Requirements (3rd Edition) (Developer Best Practices); Karl Wiegers,...
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When talking to customers and other project stakeholders we frequently see a lot of confusion around requirements. ¬†What a requirement is, and what it takes to make good requirements. ¬†Below is a list I assembled from reading and collaborating with some of my coworkers.   Verifiable There is a finite, cost-effective technique for determining whether...
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