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By Michael Coté on February 1, 2011
Oracle is dropping ruby support from NetBeans. What’s that mean?
By Tom Raftery on February 1, 2011
I had a nice catch-up call with Mike Holt the other day – Mike is Semitech Semiconductor’s VP Sales and Marketing and we had previously talked last August. Mike was bringing me up to speed on what has been going on with Semitech in the last five months. Semitech make semiconductor chips specially designed for […]
By Bob Warfield on February 1, 2011
Geez, must be a slow news week or something. First we got the whole Scoble/Quora soap opera. To make that long story mercifully shorter, Scoble went from thinking Quora was biggest blogging innovation in 10 years to “Why I was wrong about Quora as a blogging service” to being given a good intervention to finally […]
By Phil Wainewright on February 1, 2011
Back in December, after Amazon summarily pulled the plug on WikiLeaks using its servers for alleged violations of terms and conditions, the CTO of Fujitsu Technology Solutions wrote that the action constituted a serious threat to the business of cloud computing: “If a provider can terminate its service that easily, then it is doing exactly […]
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By David Terrar on February 1, 2011
London Wiki Wednesday, the evening meetup for wiki geeks, business geeks and anyone wanting to discuss the use of social media technology inside their organisation is restarting for 2011 this Wednesday February 2nd – 18:15 onwards for a 19:00 start at NYK Shipping near Moorgate. Back in 2007 and 2008 we had almost monthly sessions […]