• submit to reddit
Mark Needham12/31/12
0 replies

Restricting Your Own Learning

For the first few years that I worked professionally* every project that I worked on was different enough to the previous ones that I was always learning something new without having to put much effort in.

Mike Hadlow12/31/12
0 replies

7000 Concurrent Connections With Asynchronous WCF

In my experiments with a simple self-hosted WCF service, I’ve been able to demonstrate up to 7000 concurrent connections handled by just 12 threads. Now I'm going to show you how to do this...

Maarten Ectors12/31/12
0 replies

From Idea to Launch in Months Instead of Years

Most corporate employees are good at incremental innovations but have a hard time imagining innovative products on top of unknown technology innovations.

Eric Gregory12/31/12
0 replies

This is Microsoft's Vision of 2019

Here's Microsoft's look forward at technology and communication in 2019. What do you expect the tech landscape to look like in six years?

Todd Merritt12/31/12
0 replies

SOA Forcing A Shift In IT Governance

As more and more companies adopt a service oriented approach to developing and maintaining existing enterprise systems, IT governance also needs to shift its philosophies to fit the emerging development paradigm.

Gareth Rushgrove12/31/12
0 replies

My Personal Package Repository

I’m a big fan of system packages for lots of reasons and have often ended up rolling my own debian package repository at work, or working with others that have done so. Recently I finally got round to setting up a personal package repo, at packages.garethrushgrove.com.

Oliver Hookins12/31/12
1 replies

Personal Off-Site Backups

Unlike many, I’m actually a good boy and do backups of my personal data (for which I can mostly thank my obsessive-compulsive side). However, up until now I’ve been remiss in my duties to also take these backups off-site.

Eric Gregory12/31/12
0 replies

Big Data Analytics and Twitter's Social Graph

Aneesh Sharma discusses the Twitter Social Graph in the Berkeley ISchool's lecture series on big data analytics and Twitter.

Dmitriy Setrakyan12/31/12
0 replies

GridGain and Hadoop: Differences and Synergies

Both, GridGain and Hadoop, are designed for parallel processing of distributed data. However, both products serve very different goals and in most cases are very complementary to each other.

Umashankar Ankuri12/31/12
0 replies

Things to Consider Before a Data Migration

In this article I’ll share my experience with data migration, migration strategies, conventional methods for executing data migration task and ETL (Extract Load Transform) / ELT (Extract Load Transform) tools for data migration.

robinshine 12/31/12
0 replies

QuickBuild 5.0 released - Continuous Integration and Deployment Server

QuickBuild is a continuous integration and deployment server featuring build definition inheritance and overriding to easily handle large number of projects.

Mitch Pronschinske12/31/12
0 replies

Get your UML on! in VS 2012

Are you a .NET person in need of some Unified Modeling Language design patterns. Well, it may have gone unnoticed, but Microsoft recently updated their patterns with the October release of Visual Studio 2012.

Mitch Pronschinske12/31/12
0 replies

Message Driven Architecture (Part 3)

Learn more about Spring's support for Hohpe and Woolf's Enterprise Integration Patterns. This video will include demos of several basic patterns such as Message Channel, Message Transformer, and Message Router, as well as composite patterns such as Scatter/Gather using a Splitter and Aggregator.

Andreas Kollegger12/30/12
0 replies

Dates and Cities of the Neo4j World Wide Tour

We released the dates and cities for the first part of the Neo4j World Wide Tour.

Eric Genesky12/30/12
0 replies

Cloud CMS Running MongoDB

Over at the 10gen blog, the company behind MongoDB published a case study detailing Cloud CMS's use of the popular NoSQL solution.