By Michael Coté on January 19, 2011
If there’s ready cash at hand, lock-in and “proprietary” is demoted in favor of a quick buck; if the developers are building a general application with a longer time between compile and cash, an open, standard platform is more attractive.
By Michael Coté on December 14, 2010
CloudBees has purchased Stax Networks (see their write-up) to build out their ambitions to become the leading Java PaaS. Thus far, CloudBees has been known as the Hudson in the cloud company, running the continuous build tool in the cloud (on Amazon) for it’s beta users. Doing a build in the cloud is one thing, […]
By Michael Coté on October 27, 2010
It seems like Adobe has finally realized the value of the web over Flash, giving them a fighting chance where once they seemed a little too “let them eat cake.”
By Michael Coté on October 21, 2010
Earlier this week, I was at VMWare’s SpringOne conference, covering announcements and new work from their SpringSource division. They launched an integrating cloud-based software development suite of tools, several technology partnerships with Google, and started to outline new integration needs from the social, mobile, and database world.
By Michael Coté on September 27, 2010
Developers are longing for a more open mobile platform, results from one survey contends.
By Michael Coté on September 22, 2010
Sonoa renames its self to Apigee, simplifying it’s offerings along a freemium model.
By Michael Coté on September 15, 2010
We discuss new features in CodeCollaborator 6.0 and then see a demo.
By Michael Coté on September 1, 2010
Aclatel-Lucent is buying OpenPlug, which is a development suite that aims to make multi-platform development in the mobile space easier.
By Michael Coté on June 29, 2010
Helping carriers take advantage of selling apps instead of just voice and data.
By Michael Coté on June 11, 2010
While it was hard to keep the cloud out at Microsoft TechEd 2010, there were several topics that weren’t primarily focused on the cloud, though they might have laced it in. Here’s a brief rundown: Visual Studio During the opening keynote, Muglia and co. showed a nice demo of Visual Studio getting a little dev/ops […]
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