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Please Google, Make an Open System of the Self Driving Car

This is a copy of an answer I left on Larry Page’s Google Plus profile after another announcement about the progress of the self driving car: How come you...

0 replies - 3765 views - 05/30/14 by René Pickhardt in Articles

What's Left of NoSQL?

This is my own and very loose translation of an article I wrote for the Austrian newspaper derStandard.at in October 2013. As this article was very well...

2 replies - 7968 views - 05/26/14 by Markus Winand in Articles

The Best of the Week (May 16): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration (May 16 to May 22). Here they are, in order of...

0 replies - 3116 views - 05/25/14 by Benjamin Ball in Articles

The Best of the Week (May 9): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration  (May 9 to May 15). Here they are, in order of...

0 replies - 3840 views - 05/20/14 by Benjamin Ball in Articles

The Cloudcast #141 - Cloud Portability Without Leaving the Nest

Download the MP3 Date: April 28, 2014 By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely Description: Aaron talks with Navin Thadani (@navinthadani) about nested...

0 replies - 5612 views - 05/14/14 by Brian Gracely in Articles

Data News: Google Data Flu, "Simplifying Data Analysis & Making Sense of Big Data," and More

Some writings worth reading “Trolls just want to have fun” http://sciencedirect.com/science/article/…“The Paradox of Publicity: How Awards Can...

0 replies - 2136 views - 04/03/14 by Arthur Charpentier in Articles

Self-driving Cars, Amazon, and Networking

Google’s pursuit of self-driving cars has been well documented over the years. The promise of fleets of self-driving vehicles that could potentially...

0 replies - 2657 views - 03/28/14 by Mike Bushong in Articles

Google Announces Project Tango: Phones that Map Everything

Last night, Google announced Project Tango, a project in which new protoytpe mobile devices use real-time motion sensors to map 3D models of their...

0 replies - 9511 views - 02/21/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

Espresso: An API for UI Testing on Android

If you're an Android developer and you haven't heard of Google's Espresso, an Android API to help test UI, you should definitely check it out. It's a small API...

0 replies - 5879 views - 02/19/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

Chrome-Apps on Mobile Devices: A Good Idea?

Google announced a new set of tools recently to help developers publish their Chrome apps on iOS and Android. That’s the next logical step by Google to...

0 replies - 2903 views - 02/18/14 by Wolfram Rittmeyer in Articles

Using Hadoop 2.2 as a Sink in Flume 1.4

Google really screwed the pooch with their protobuf 2.5 release. Code generated with protobuf 2.5 is binary incompatible with older protobuf libraries (I...

0 replies - 5359 views - 02/11/14 by Alex Holmes in Articles

Upstream Messages with Google Cloud Messaging

Google announced a new messaging model with Google Cloud Messaging on last years Google IO. This model allows for upstream messaging and for user specific...

0 replies - 7150 views - 02/07/14 by Wolfram Rittmeyer in Articles

What is Going on with DeepMind and Google?

As you might have heard, Google has acquired DeepMind, a London based artificial intelligence startup for an undisclosed sum, although rumor has it that the...

0 replies - 6517 views - 02/05/14 by Mikio Braun in Articles

Data News: The Effects of Big Data on Social Science, and More

Long time no see… here are some writings worth reading, published somewhere else: “The Rationality Debate” http://nytimes.com/2014/01/19/… via...

0 replies - 4540 views - 02/04/14 by Arthur Charpentier in Articles

Top Posts of 2013: Big Data Beyond MapReduce: Google's Big Data Papers

Mainstream Big Data is all about MapReduce, but when looking at real-time data, limitations of that approach are starting to show. In this post, I’ll review...

0 replies - 88462 views - 12/30/13 by Mikio Braun in Articles

DZone Weekly Link Roundup (September 30)

NEWSHotspot JVM Removing Permanent GenerationHere’s some less-touted news coming around the time of the JavaOne conference.  This probably has more of...

0 replies - 10075 views - 09/30/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles

Google's Android Apps Look Boring - And It's a Good Thing

  This is a post I've been wanting to write for years, but it hasn't been possible before. Google's apps on Android have been a similar mixture of...

0 replies - 4914 views - 09/17/13 by Juhani Lehtimaki in Articles

CapeDwarf - Google App Engine on Java EE

I have many hobbyhorses. Coming all the way from the early Java EE specifications and having done the "cloud" excursion with Java EE 7, I was curious to...

0 replies - 4484 views - 09/09/13 by Markus Eisele in Articles

Android Devs Can Now Publish Apps in Iran

An interesting new market has just come available to Android developers for the first time: Iran. Iran has had a history of strict Internet censorship,...

0 replies - 4371 views - 08/27/13 by Allen Coin in Articles

The Cloud vs. Colocation: Who will win?

A very powerful chart came out today thanks to Gartner, comparing the sheer spending (cumulative cloud investment) on cloud infrastructure by cloud...

0 replies - 5731 views - 08/23/13 by Greg Ness in Articles