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Of course the central premise behind the opportunity to "write once (and then) deploy anywhere" is an appealing proposition for both developers and users alike.
Cloud-based desktop environments are on the rise.
Open source programmers are being offered a Selenium-based free cloud testing service from application testing company Sauce Labs.
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Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK exists to help programmers develop software that interacts with Acrobat technology as the SDK contains header files, type libraries, simple utilities, sample code and ...
The global economic slowdown has of course meant mostly bad news for most people, business verticals and individual companies.
Much of what we read relating to the future impact of open source, or cloud computing, or any significant 'still-nascent' technology paradigm tends to be focused on the user/consumer end.
Goldman Sachs reported late last week that Windows has gone from dominating 97% of the computing market to 20%.
The Apache HTTP Server is a free of charge web server software noted for its significant role in the initial growth of the World Wide Web.
A Forrester Research survey of developers on the Dr Dobb's software application news website have confirmed that they use open source tooling at some level.
Intel is aiming to extend its recognition with the open source, developer and big data arenas by now offering an open source programmer tool aimed at supporting big data analysis.
- 04 Dec 2012
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"There seems to be a big shift from funding consumer Internet companies to enterprise Internet companies. It seems enterprise software is sexy again"
How to win data analysis friends and influence the OLAP factor