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Bright.com: Job searches done the dating-site way

New job search engine uses "science" to make matches, deploying proprietary algorithms that supposedly find the best fit between employers and job seekers.

By June 19, 2012

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Server wars: Open-source Java vs Weblogic and WebSphere

A new survey suggests that proprietary Java application servers are losing to open source in the cloud age.

By January 10, 2012

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Remora ROV fishes out Air France black box

An American ROV has finally retrieved the black box of an Air France jet that crashed in the Atlantic in June 2009, killing all 228 people onboard.

By May 2, 2011

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'Java 4-ever': A romance about Web development

You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll install Tomcat on your Apache server and forsake .Net forever.

By June 25, 2010

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The intersection of open source and cloud computing

There has been much discussion about the relationship between open-source software and cloud computing. How will the two trends affect each other in the years to come?

By June 28, 2010

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Eclipse users developing on Linux, considering cloud

Eclipse Foundation's latest report shows that Linux is growing at the expense of Windows and that developers are interested, but not convinced of the cloud.

By June 9, 2010

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Does cloud computing need LAMP?

An article asking who will first offer a LAMP platform as a service offering raises an even more fundamental question: does cloud computing even need the LAMP stack?

By May 23, 2010

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VMware, Salesforce.com to offer in-cloud Java

Two tech companies are in an alliance to offer a Java programming foundation over the Internet. A preview version should arrive in 2010.

By April 27, 2010

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James Hamilton on cloud economies of scale

The Amazon.com vice president and distinguished engineer gives what may be a hallmark presentation on the economics of scale in data centers.

By April 28, 2010

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Analyst: New developer demographics favor Linux, PHP

As .Net and Java programmers age and retire, the future looks bright for dynamic programming languages, Linux, and open source generally, Forrester finds.

By April 15, 2010