It always good to start with Wikipedia’s definition as it helps to
initiate a structured discussion, here is Wiki’s definition for Lock-In:
0 replies - 3186 views - 07/19/12 by Ofir Nachmani in Articles
You know you’re awesome, but does everyone else? Sure, you’ve probably posted some useful links and maybe even written some most excellent articles, but...
0 replies - 4195 views - 07/19/12 by Kelly Reiser in Articles
So, my first day at my very first OSCON. I have to say that when Ben and Martijn told me I had to do OSCON, that it was one of the
conferences to go to, I...
0 replies - 2570 views - 07/19/12 by Trisha Gee in Articles
what a day. When the typical European is winding down people in the
States are starting with coffee. This is why I had a good night sleep
over the recent...
2 replies - 2571 views - 07/18/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
CloudU Notebooks is a weekly blog series that explores topics from the CloudU certificate program in
bite sized chunks, written by me, Ben Kepes, curator...
0 replies - 4743 views - 07/18/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
I just flipped the switch on v2.5.0 of PDFTextStream.
It’s a fairly significant release, representing hundreds of distinct
improvements and bugfixes,...
0 replies - 1265 views - 07/18/12 by Chas Emerick in Articles
The moment I became a proud father I lost most of my free time. Since then, I became a proud father of two more children. So with three kids, I have almost no...
0 replies - 3020 views - 07/18/12 by Nadav Azaria in Articles
I was recently asked to provide MSFT with a list of our top 4 “Azure
Success Inhibitors”. After talking with my colleagues and compiling a
list I of...
0 replies - 3044 views - 07/17/12 by Brent Stineman in Articles
The thing about learning a new programming language is that it is a
humbling experience. You may have been an expert in another language
after years of...
1 replies - 5198 views - 07/17/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
The following article was originally written by Ming Lee over at the blog, A Cloudy Place. In this article I’m going to highlight eight common-sense...
0 replies - 4274 views - 07/17/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
I’ve seen it all. I really have. The highly paid consultant from a
well-known enterprise software vendor who once told me: “I don’t need to
3 replies - 5887 views - 07/17/12 by Tim O'brien in Articles
Ricky Ho wrote this opinion piece on what makes an application a good public cloud citizen back in 2009. Interesting how his thoughts have been reflected in...
0 replies - 2162 views - 07/17/12 by Ricky Ho in Articles
Before I get to the book review, I wanted to mention a basic note
about book reviews. In the past I have reviewed books in a less than
0 replies - 4588 views - 07/17/12 by Robert Diana in Articles
As you might know, the Factory
Method Pattern, popularly known as the Factory Design Pattern, is a design pattern categorized as a...
2 replies - 26702 views - 07/16/12 by Debadatta Mishra in Articles
For any Government organization needing to do more with less,
eGovernment is the answer. eGovernment solutions cost effectively
deliver information and...
0 replies - 2260 views - 07/16/12 by Chris Haddad in Articles
Development and Operations are both critical to IS/IT usage in an
organization, but operations often look at development as something
alien – from...
0 replies - 7029 views - 07/15/12 by Anders Abel in Articles
Much has been written about the emerging Post-PC era, about the new
possibilities it brings, and the limitations it imposes on developer
0 replies - 10443 views - 07/15/12 by Henri Bergius in Articles
In the 1940s, the first computer programmers were all women. That only changed later. Quoting “Researcher reveals how ‘Computer Geeks’ replaced...
0 replies - 3897 views - 07/15/12 by Axel Rauschmayer in Articles
At RailsConf 2012, we sat down with five of our customers (including Jesse Proudman, panel moderator and CEO of the Blue Box Group,)
and asked them about the...
0 replies - 4329 views - 07/13/12 by Leigh Shevchik in Articles
I hung out in an excellent discussion at DevopsDays driven by Spike Morelli
around culture. The premise was that DevOps started as an idea around
0 replies - 5310 views - 07/13/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles