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random($foo) Google Spreadsheet, My Asset Allocation, Investing 101 random($foo) Google Spreadsheet, My Asset Allocation, Investing 101 I recently started porting my spreadsheets over to Google Spreadsheets. I'd long resisted Google Docs, but I got to say that it's been pretty painless. The imports have seemed to work, although it's had limited success on fancier formatting and on charts and I've run into some annoyances (it'd be really nice if there was a "view source" mode where you could just edit formulas, or a mass replace to change a specific column in the formula, and a paste w/o formatting option). There are good things that have made it worthwhile, like easy collaboration/sharing and painless publishing. Among those spreadsheets I've been importing are some of my financial docs.
Rational Unified Process

Rational Unified Process

The Rational Unified Process (RUP) is an iterative software development process framework created by the Rational Software Corporation, a division of IBM since 2003.[1] RUP is not a single concrete prescriptive process, but rather an adaptable process framework, intended to be tailored by the development organizations and software project teams that will select the elements of the process that are appropriate for their needs. RUP is a specific implementation of the Unified Process. History[edit] Combining the experience base of companies led to the articulation of six best practices for modern software engineering: Develop iteratively, with risk as the primary iteration driver[2]Manage requirementsEmploy a component-based architectureModel software visuallyContinuously verify qualityControl changes