Why Microsoft .Net failed

August 29, 2013
Microsoft tried, but it couldn't win the hearts and minds of developers who weren't already indoctrinated -- and it alienated others along the way
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In defense of Apache

August 26, 2013
Apache is great for many things, not so for others. Its proponents misunderstand its weaknesses, and its detractors misunderstand its strengths
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6 technologies you should learn this year

August 22, 2013
There's a saying in tech: March or die -- so stop slacking and study up. Your cube mate is already on No. 4
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Java faces tough climb to catch up to .Net

August 08, 2013
By the time Java 8 comes out, it'll be another two to five years behind .Net -- and Microsoft's coordinated front
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What are graph databases good for? Here's a killer app

August 01, 2013
Still using an RDBMS for friend-of-a-friend queries? Big mistake. Enlist a graph database using Neo4j instead
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Love and hate for Java 8

July 25, 2013
Java 8 brings exciting developments, but as with any new technology, you can count on the good, the bad, and the headaches
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How my company went 100 percent cloud

July 18, 2013
A drunk driver expedited our cloud migration. Here's how we swapped in-house apps for the cloud equivalents in record time
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How IT can learn to stop worrying and love the cloud

July 11, 2013
PaaS speeds dev times and lowers risk for new apps -- so why does so much IT bureaucracy stand in the way?
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Why you should care about your local hackerspace

June 27, 2013
Open centers of grassroots innovation, hackerspaces offer opportunities to source talent, create goodwill, and push technology forward
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Improving K-12 education with shared data and open APIs

June 21, 2013
A fragmented school system means siloed data, custom apps, and high costs, but education startup InBloom offers a better way with a common data store and APIs any app can use
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