This is a guest post from Blake Sanders. Cloud computing allows companies to save money by hosting applications in a virtual “cloud” so that they can be accessed from anywhere. When this technology is coupled with unlimited mobile broadband access, business and employees are able to work seamlessly from almost any location without purchasing additional equipment.… Read More The Cloud Computing Takeover
I love how things happen. First, I ask for feedback on the blog Facebook page about what types of posts people would like to see. Someone asks for more career advice for senior level people, and then two other blog posts appear that make my job a lot easier. There are a lot of topics… Read More As A Software Engineer, Do You Really Like Your Job?
In the past few weeks, the same question of “who is your customer” has been discussed. Each of these conversations were completely unrelated to each other, but the general content was the same. So, it was with much delight that I saw Seth Godin wrote a post about this: Either you’re selling to people who… Read More Who Is Your Target Customer?
Image via CrunchBase By now you have heard that Oracle bought Sun. I did not want to write about it yesterday as I wanted to sit and think about the effect this has on anything Sun related. There is some good high-level business analysis from Reuters as well. There is one important quote from that… Read More In A Surprising Ending, Oracle Buys Sun
Sun Microsystems is all over the news today. They have not been in the news much as there have not been many interesting developments from them for a while. Java is in the hands of the JCP, and their hardware business gets chipped away by low cost Windows server farms and the new cloud services.… Read More Is Sun Finally Getting Bought By IBM?
Recent releases have shown that the line between the desktop and the internet is officially blurred. Yahoo, Google and now IBM all have browser platforms to aid in the development of richer internet applications that run somewhere in between the desktop and the internet. A few weeks ago, Yahoo released an update to their BrowserPlus… Read More Line Between the Desktop and Internet is Officially Blurred