Archives: March 2014

CFOs say companies will hire more techies in 2014, but not in IT

March 07, 2014
Many CFOs are optimistic about jobs in tech-oriented companies, but the hiring picture for IT-specific positions remains poor
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GitHub Developer Program emphasizes integrations

March 06, 2014
Participants will get notice about API changes and early access to new features
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Has the face of bitcoin really been unmasked?

March 06, 2014
Newsweek's investigation into Satoshi Nakamoto, the man alleged to have created bitcoin, has inspired ire and skepticism
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Splunk's big data promise: Google for your visual analytics

March 06, 2014
Splunk, nominally used for system logs, shows signs of evolving into a data processing platform via Tableau Software partnership
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Get real, IDC -- PC sales will plummet in 2014

March 06, 2014
IDC's current prediction of a 6 percent decline in PC shipments this year doesn't pass the smell test
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IDC: PC sales won't stop dropping until 2018

March 05, 2014
Mobile devices and economic pressures will continue to eat away at PC sales, with desktops and notebooks alike affected
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Microsoft-backed F# language surges in popularity

March 05, 2014
The functional programming language, ranked 69th a year ago, threatens to crash the top 10 in Tiobe's rankings
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AMD, ATI cash in as crypto currency craze eats up video cards

March 05, 2014
Litecoin miners have cleared the shelves of high-end video cards and driven up prices for existing stock
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Linux bug exposes open source to its own 'goto fail'

March 04, 2014
Bug in widely used open source GnuTLS encryption library can expose encrypted data with specially crafted certificate
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Puppet Enterprise's 'Razor' slices through system provisioning

March 04, 2014
Version 3.2 of open source automation solution features simpler agent installation, support modules, and hardware provisioning
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