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  • Developing Trust In Virtual Software Development Teams

    Today globally distributed software development has become the norm for many organizations and the popularity of implementing such an approach continues to increase. In these circumstances a strategy often employed is the use of virtual software development teams. Due to the collaborative nature of software development this has proved a difficult and complex endeavor. Research has identified distance in its various forms as an important factor which negatively impacts on global software deve...

    Sources for researching the Protestant Working Class in the Archives of the Church of Ireland.

    Examines the wide range of sources available for researching the life experience of the Irish Protestant Working Class and the social tensions within the Protestant community viewed from a class perspective.

    Water is Life: Amazzi Bulamu project workshop - 8 Nov 2012

    The Water is Life: Amazzi Bulamu project held its 2nd international workshop on 8th November 2012 in the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin. The Water is Life Project is a partnership between a number of Higher Education Institutions and a range of key stakeholders. The PhD projects which are central to this project are all nearing completion so this workshop was an opportunity to hear about the research findings which are beginning to emerge in each project.

    Virtual Software Team Project Management

    Globally distributed information systems development has become a key strategy for large sections of the software industry. This involves outsourcing projects to third parties or offshoring development to divisions in remote locations. A popular approach when implementing these strategies is the establishment of virtual teams. The justification for embarking on this approach is to endeavor to leverage the potential benefits of labor arbitrage available between geographical locations. When ...

    Tetrodotoxin-sensitive sodium current in sheep lymphatic smooth muscle.

    Fast inward currents were elicited in freshly isolated sheep lymphatic smooth muscle cells by depolarization from a holding potential of -80 mV using the whole-cell patch-clamp technique. The currents activated at voltages positive to -40 mV and peaked at 0 mV. 2. When sodium chloride in the bathing solution was replaced isosmotically with choline chloride inward currents were abolished at all potentials. 3. These currents were very sensitive to tetrodotoxin (TTX). Peak current was almost abo...
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