Next Wave’s Best of 2005
Science Careers, 30 December 2005.
Science Careers' editors selected an array of fascinating personal stories, invaluable career-building tools, and unvarnished perspectives on opportunities for scientists as their choices for the best articles of 2005.
A Little XML Goes a Long Way
Web Services Summit, 27 July 2005
This case study explains the benefits of XML for publishing a weekly publication with international editions.
Freelancer's Business Start-Up Kit
Science Careers, 20 May 2005.
Going into business as a freelance writer means that you need to market your services, keep your finances in order, collect on invoices, and pay your bills just like any other business. This article offers a few tips to get your business off to a good start.
Careers in National Cyber Security - The Good Guys Against the Darknet
Science Careers, 11 March 2005.
Scientists and engineers interested in a career in national cyber-security -- protection of the nation's information infrastructure -- will find plenty of opportunities, complete with funding.
Is Web services truly a reality or not?
WebServices.Org, 26 January 2005.
Alan Kotok interviews Jean Paoli, a senior director of XML architecture at Microsoft Corporation and one of the co-creators of the XML 1.0 standard with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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