Olivier Coudert on April 9th, 2011

CodeProject The quality of software is assessed by a number of variables. These variables can be divided into external and internal quality criteria. External quality is what a user experiences when running the software in its operational mode. Internal quality refers to aspects that are code-dependent, and that are not visible to the end-user. External […]

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Olivier Coudert on April 5th, 2011

On March 1, the French government regulated that Internet companies must keep their users’ data for a year, and make them available to the authorities when subpoenaed. These data include anything used to identify a user and allow her to use a web service, i.e., ID, password, name, email addresses, as well as postal address and […]

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Olivier Coudert on April 4th, 2011

In March 2010, exactly a year ago, Tabula announced its product, the 40-nm ABAX device. The device promised a little revolution with its virtual 3D architecture, based on time multiplexing and continuous reconfiguration of its logic. At the time I mirrored Tabula’s announcement with Tier Logic’s, another PLD startup. I wondered whether Tabula could be […]

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Olivier Coudert on April 1st, 2011

After Google +1, seen as a response to Facebook’s “like” button, LinkedIn’s recommendation system received a major upgrade that was unveiled this morning. Check this out!

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