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Why people trust?

Why people trust? That’s the good question. If you start thinking of it, you will find that trusting is built on a very shallow ground indeed. Rationally, we should not trust each other, but we do and apparently it all … Continue reading

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For techincal support call ..

No, my spell-check did not have a nervous breakdown. It really reads ‘techincal‘ not ‘technical‘. Now the story. I was staying in a hotel. Does not matter where and which one, but that was an English-speaking country. I was connecting … Continue reading

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Trustworthy Software Initiative

I came across this initiative some time ago, and re-visited them recently. They are a kind of information exchange hub for all activities that try to make software more trustworthy – or simply better. We all agree that the average … Continue reading

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Federated identity management

Another lovely technical subject. Another unfulfilled promise. Did you ever hear of a universal single sign-on? Open market for identity providers? User-centric identity systems? If you did not, then you are not the only one. The marvellous technology did not … Continue reading

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Dynamic service assembly

Recently I looked at different SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) implementations. For those who are not in the know, SOA is supposed to revolutionize the way we build software services by delivering ready-made building blocks that we can assembly and reassembly … Continue reading

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