If any of the images (or portions of images) on your site are licensed to Getty Images, it may cost you thousands of dollars. And soon thousands of Flickr images will be licensed to Getty Images.
ICANN is preparing to let companies have their own TLD. How interesting that information can be for us?
This is an entry where we discuss a little about BPM and tis relation with OSS world.
Still don't quite understand what's different between "normal" programming and developing managed business processes?
Perhaps this blog on Task Routing in a Managed Process will help you to understand the issues that Business Process Developers have to deal with.
I see Sun developing more interest in database technologies, from small systems like HSQLDB and Java DB to the larger MySQL. It's a pattern, and I wonder what it means. Can we expect Sun to actively support and even purchase more db technologies? What might those be?
Sun has just acquired innotek: "Europe's leading high-tech software company specializing in PC virtualization technology and operating system design."
You can check out innotek's VirtualBox Open Source Edition at virtualbox.org.
You can also read Sun's announcement, and here's an independent review of the innotek acquisition.
In case you do a web search and run into other innoteks...
Some companies sticked to a specific dress code for employees, even developers!
I believe that developers can't have a standard dress code, developers are crazy, unorganized people :)
but it seems that geeks share a common dress code (long hair and a beard)
SUNW ticker = JAVA, what's next!
Solaris on IBM x86 now ready for business
OK, the title is a pretty good hook, and Andrew Keen's blog - which touches on How to Innovate - is a pretty good read. And Anne Perry is a remarkable example of moving forward.
What a difference a year makes. I've been through two role changes in the past 12 months and now find myself returning back to a 'past life' looking at Content Management. Let's see how content management has gone 'Alfresco'.
Once in a while, it's a breath of fresh air to read about hardware.
Edgar Silva talks about his moving to JBoss, a division of Red Hat.
If Java powers 4.5 billion devices including 800 million computers, 1.5 billion mobile devices and 2.2 billion smart cards, then more people use Java than the number of people who have EVER tasted Coca Cola ONCE.
Relatively speaking, Java is unknown. Why?
As Java developers, we can't make a perfect comparison. Vista is more like a consumer product, and the Java Development Kit (JDK) is a developer product. But, still, we have easier, much more obvious choices when we upgrade.
Yes, I've been tagged as well with the Five Things You Didn't Know About Me chain. Ironic, since I haven't maintained a blog in years.
Last month the article Getting Sun Certified on the Java Platform appeared on the Java developer site. That article made me start thinking...when's the last time you saw a job ad that asked for a specific certification?
When I peruse job ads (it's sort of a hobby of mine), I notice the frequent request for a particular university degree (a BS in CS or maybe a MS in CS). However, I don't think I...
I suggested a couple of years ago that Sun should figure out what their customers want - and give it to them. And with the Java support available from the "Sun Developer Expert Assistance", I think they have done just that.
On why the "Tile Map Service Specification" is not a standard...
A Wall Street Journal commentary discusses that buzz word as it relates to high tech and lauds Sun's DTrace as an example.