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Agile Best Practices You Should Know
Agile methodologies, Tech

Agile Best Practices You Should Know

Agile methodologies have become increasingly popular in various industries for their flexibility, adaptability, and iterative approach to project management. Adopting agile best practices can significantly contribute to the success of projects. Here are some key agile best practices that you should know: Cross-Functional Teams Form cross-functional teams with members possessing diverse skills necessary for project completion. This approach encourages collaboration, reduces dependencies, and facilitates a more holistic understanding of the project. Iterative Development Embrace an iterative development approach with short, time-boxed cycles known as sprints. This allows for continuous feedback, adaptation to changing requirements, and the delivery of incremental value throughout the...
Facebook Lite Goes Live
Social Media, Tech

Facebook Lite Goes Live

After much rumor and speculation following Facebook’s acquisition of FriendFeed, Facebook officially launched “Facebook Lite” today. There had been rumors circulating for the past few weeks that Facebook was testing a lite interface and now you can get yours today. It’s essentially a stripped down version of Facebook, and quite frankly, I like it. It’s simpler, easier to use, and not as cluttered as the original Facebook was becoming. Check out the light box below featuring screenshots from the new Facebook Lite (click on a thumbnail to open the light box and slideshow).
The US Open: How to “Grand Slam” an iPhone App
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The US Open: How to “Grand Slam” an iPhone App

A few years ago I was in Melbourne, Australia at the time the Australian Open was being played at Rod Laver Arena. I wasn’t a big fan of fuzzy yellow balls and rackets, but quickly became one after attending a match in the fabled arena. A few years later and I’m finding myself following tennis as much as I can. And now, the US Open has made it easier to follow the tournament with possibly one of the best sporting event iPhone apps yet. The 2009 US Open iPhone app has just about everything you need to follow the tournament except for live video coverage. Other than that, you get live scores, completed scores, US Open news, a full interactive schedule, interactive draws, video highlights, a photo gallery, player bios, Twitter integration, live US Open Radio broadcasts with “Ask the booth”...