Management Legacy Hack: How Are You Remembered As a Manager?

There’s a lot of talk recently about how bad management costs our economy $360 billion annually. We always hear about how jerks are bad for business. Yet, I’ve never once seen a “bad boss rehabilitation program”.

via http://switchandshift.com/management-legacy-hack-how-are-you-remembered-as-a-manager

Using WebGallery, WebDeploy and IIS Extensions

Microsoft Web Platform Installer streamlines the installation and provisioning of Web Applications on a developer machine or web server. Web PI with the power and extensibility Internet Information Services is a winning combination.

via http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/katriendg/REMIX10-Using-WebGallery-WebDeploy-and-IIS-Extensions

Health : Bupa International

Watch the video for an overview of the medical services we offer, and click on the links below to find out more about our medical team, free second opinion service and hospital quality programme.

via http://www.bupa-intl.com/health

5 Dissimilarities between C# and Java for Developers

For web programmers, coding is life. Their whole professional career is dependent upon their knowledge and expertise with coding in different programming languages.

via http://blog.insightsoft.ae/c-and-java-for-developers/

Here comes Android 4.2 for the Galaxy S3, now we wait for the carriers

Samsung has all but finished the version of Android 4.2.2 destined for the Galaxy S3. SamMobile has exclusively released a version of the software for international models and they say the Korean company is on track to complete testing by the end of the month.

via http://mobilesyrup.com/2013/06/22/here-comes-android-4-2-for-the-galaxy-s3-now-we-wait-for-the-carriers/

Changing the Windows Amazon Cloud Drive app sync folder

Amazon just released the first version of their Windows app to sync Amazon Cloud Drive.  It’s very much a first version, with no ability to pause/resume sync, sync selective folders, or even (as far as I can see) a way of changing the default sync folder.

via http://damianblog.com/2013/04/01/amazon-cloud-drive-location/