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Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series you...
Consolidating data centers has always made sense. Having the data securely tucked away into well-managed data centers has got to improve performance and even cyber security. It will also require fewer of those really smart, well-trained (expensive) system administrators to keep things...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series you...
It is interesting, talking with people about what they read, and seeing how what they read is reflected in their daily lives. Even the occasional reader of this blog would not be surprised to find that I spend some amount of time with my nose buried in epic fantasy books and military ...
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Athens, Greece, March 08, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Likno Software, a software house targeting the international web design/web development market has released the latest version of its Drop Down Menu / CSS Menu / JavaScript Menu builder AllWebMenus PRO, v5.3 build #906. AllWebMenus creates ...
If you’re building a Windows Store app that plays audio you have the option of being able to play your app’s audio in the background (i.e. when the app is not running). Over the course of three posts I want to share some tips and tricks you can use for enabling your apps to run [...]...
XML analytics software facilitates Big Data analytics with new visualisation and reporting features Berlin, GERMANY - 06 March 2013 Today Triometric launched Web Services Analyzer version 6.2, at ITB Berlin, the world's largest travel tradeshow, adding new reporting and visualisation f...
In this article series we would like to build a case that API portals, with the Intel® API Manager and Intel® Expressway Service Gateway, powered by Mashery are representative examples, are the contemporary manifestations of the SOA movement that transformed IT in the early 2000s from ...
The best way to do software development is to get hold of master programmers. Get them to form a self organizing team and do the development in short increments. That is agile. What happens if you cannot find sufficient number of master programmers? Get as many master programmers as...
Last week, there were some offerings and new features release from Amazon. Microsoft made an announcement on Windows Azure Store expansion and new add-ons. Google has published some interesting Google Cloud Platform case studies. Plus, Scalr has announced the extension of their multi-...
By Bob Gourley piXlogic is widely known in the DoD and intelligence community for its ability to provide visual search solutions that automatically analyze and index the contents of images and video files, providing unparalleled levels of search functionality. They are also widely know...
Online advertising is a huge market and prodigious amounts of money are spent by companies to connect with customers. Where can, and do, approaches based on taxonomy plus semantics add value to this dance of moving (emotional and semantic) parts between the intentful consumer poised ...
Among a whole host of new management features, Service Pack 1 for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager adds the ability to now deploy and manage Windows 8 apps for enterprises. These Windows 8 apps could be internal apps that have been created by your corporate developers, or they...
Although I started with Cold Fusion for application development, I did plenty brochureware sites with HTML. I believe the version was HTML 2.0 for IE 2.0. I lived in the browser world for years doing Cold Fusion, ASP, and HTML sites. When winforms and Smart Client with web services eme...
NetApp announced the other day a new all nand flash solid-state devices (SSD) storage system called the EF540 that is available now. The EF540 has something's new and cool, along with some things familiar, tried, true and proven. What is new is that the EF540 is an all nand flash mult...
There is a significant change in how software is developed over the last decade. Agile had been the buzzword over the last decade and probably is most significant of changes in software development to date. Now that the hype around Agile has been subsided, it is worth an effort to unde...
Agile works! If you have any doubt about it just look at the adoption rate … look at the study results published … or just try it yourself. Offshoring also works! Again, if you have any doubt, just look at the growth of offshoring … look at the success of the success of the India ba...
This guest post is by Tammer Kamel, Founder of Quandl Finding and formatting numerical data for analysis in R or Excel or indeed any application is a pain that all real world data analysts know all too well. In aggregate I have probably spent weeks of my life trying to find data on the...
Following on from the very successful API Workshop events in Melbourne and Sydney earlier this month, we're running a Vordel API Workshop in
Have you heard the story of the person who outsourced his work for US$ 50,000, which was just one fifth of what he was earning! His complete work was done by somebody in China (not India) while he spent his workdays surfing the web, watching cat videos on YouTube and browsing Reddit a...
Quick: name some APIs! Which ones come to mind? Amazon? Twitter? Google Maps? Chances are, the APIs which came to mind are APIs which are open to any developer to use. But are these the only kinds of APIs that exist? What about Enterprise APIs? In order to answer this question, let's ...
Last week, the cloud world seems to have received lots of new offerings and releases from various providers. There were new releases from CloudStack, Google, StackMob and MongoHQ. There was also a new feature release from Amazon. Microsoft has published an article on choosing the best ...
One of the neat features in the Axway/Vordel API Server is the ability to use the XPath Wizard to select "What to Encrypt" for XML
Intel Expressway Service Gateway and RSA DPM: Security without pain Top security threats for 2013 include “hacktivism” attacks, botnet malware, distributed denial of service attacks, and identity theft. The problems are well known and yet there is still resistance to …...
In the spirit of solid state devices (SSD) including DRAM and nand flash, not to mention emerging phase chance memory (PCM) among others that help to boost productivity and cut latency, here are a couple of quick notes and links. Here are a some more pieces to have a quick look at: S...
Today it is exactly two years since the weirdest Valentine's Day I have ever experienced, or indeed hope ever to experience again. February 14, 2011, in short, is etched into my diary and my brain as the day when I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Applies to: SureLock, SureFox SureMDM allows you to update SureLock and SureFox settings on your Android devices remotely. This means user interaction will not be required while updating SureLock and SureFox settings. There are two ways of doing it: Instant Update for online devices: T...
By Ryan Kamauff The latest permeation of MarkLogic (version 6) offers ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) transactions, horizontal scaling, real-time indexing, high availability, disaster recovery, government-grade security and built-in search. MarkLogic has made appli...
Over the last week, the cloud world has witnessed a few important announcements from a couple of major cloud players. There were some new feature releases from Amazon and Microsoft. In addition, Amazon has announced the SAP Business Suite certification on AWS. Also, there was a ‘must r...
Tоday I was participating in a discussion on one Java forum – the question was if Java is easy or difficult programming language to learn. IMO, Java is not difficult to lear, to teach, and to use. It’s a strongly-typed compiled language with tools that help you out to identify most of ...
When I think about API Analytics, I like to think about the "Goldilocks Question". This question is "Who's been using my APIs?". One of the tests of an API Analytics solution is how easy it makes it to answer this question. Let's look at these two scenarios. I've used a vehicle telema...
By RyanKamauff Here are the top cyber news and stories of the day. GSA CIO: big data the next big thing – Casey Coleman, CIO of GSA, announced on her blog that she finds big data to be the “next big thing.” Data.gov now hosts 345K data sets and is visited over 1M time...
JBoss Portal Platform 6 JBoss Portal Platform 6 Beta is now available. http://www.redhat.com/promo/jpp6/ Many new features are documented there: Built on blazingly fast, lightweight JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 technology Develop with JSF2 and Rich Faces 4 in portlets, via P...
AT&T has developed the ability to provide virtual private clouds and other computing capabilities as integrated services at scale. To learn more about implementing cloud technology to deliver and commercialize an adaptive and reliable cloud services ecosystem, we sat down with Chris Co...
The Agile Manifesto happens to be a unique piece of document. I cannot find any equivalent document in whole of software engineering history. Why only software engineering, I cannot think of any equivalent in any field of engineering. Think of how it was developed. In February, 2001, ...
If you enjoyed In 5 Minutes or Less: BIG-IP Advanced Firewall Manager, this is a much deeper dive into the BIG-IP AFM solution. I introduce BIG-IP Advanced Firewall Manager (AFM) and have Josh Mendosa, Product Management Engineer, show a demo of BIG-IP AFM available with BIG-IP v11.3....
A lot has been written about the difference between REST APIs and SOAP Web Services. The technical differences are well known at this stage. SOAP is heavyweight, while REST is light and mobile-friendly. However, there is another key difference which is often overlooked: It is easy to ...
First things first, all data is more or less structured. That being said, there is… Structured Data Semi-Structured Data Unstructured Data I tend to think of it as: data, composite or simple, with or without content. In that context, email is structured composite data (from, to, ...
Sometimes what should be understood, or that is common sense or that you think everybody should know needs to be stated. After all, there could be somebody who does not know what some assume as common sense or what others know for various reasons. At times, there is simply the need to ...