- Open source Java projects: Terracotta – JavaWorld – In this Open source Java projects installment, Steven Haines introduces Terracotta, an enterprise Java clustering solution. Find out why Terracotta, unlike traditional clustering solutions, doesn#039;t make you sacrifice an iota of reliability in the name of performance
- It’s Time for GE to Lose its Triple-A – Finance Blog – Felix Salmon – Market Movers – Portfolio.com – In any case, no company with half a trillion dollars of liabilities can sensibly have a triple-A rating in this market: GE is simply too leveraged to justify such a thing. Which is maybe why, at $12.55 a share, the stock is at its lowest level since 1996.
- GoEverywhere: Symantec’s SAAS Workspace in the Cloud – Symantec launches its GoEverywhere SAAS online workspace into beta. The cloud computing platform, intended as an alternative to software from Microsoft and several startups, lets users aggregate and access Web applications from one Webtop screen. Symantec applies its data storage and security magic to provide a repository that allows single sign-on access.
- naked capitalism: Guest Post "Lessons From India" – Let#039;s take a lesson from India: Immediately fire CEOs and boards of failed companies
- Google Gears—A Great Tool to Enhance Web Applications – InsideRIA – Gears is a big step forward in developing rich Internet applications. Many people are comparing Gears with HTML5. However, Gears is not a successor to HTML5; it’s more of a predecessor
- Obama’s Black-Ops BlackBerry – Digits – WSJ.com – It appears that President Barack Obama gets to keep his BlackBerry after all, but some experts are questioning whether the Research In Motion device will provide enough security for the president.
- Web Design Resources I Use – The following list contains the content, tools and resources I use to create websites. Content is updated regularly… and I have a large backlog of more free resources to add
- Capital investement for developers – keep yourself marketable! | JavaWorld’s Daily Brew – Software developers need to invest in their own productivity as well, in their own way. A developer skilled in an out-of-date technology, but ignorant of modern evolutions, may find his or her marketability limited in the future. On the other hand, a developer with up-to-date, well-honed skills will have a much brighter future, and be more likely to cope with hard times
- Office of Science Technology Policy – The Office of Science and Technology Policy advises the President on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs. The office serves as a source of scientific and technological analysis and judgment for the President with respect to major policies, plans and programs of the Federal Government.
- Intel Slashes Processor Prices Up to 48% – Tom’s Hardware – Intel has cut prices for some of its chips by a substantial amount. With reductions of up 48 percent, the company Sunday cut prices of its Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium dual-core, Celeron and Xeon chips.
- The White House – Blog Post – President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Address – Yesterday, President Obama delivered his Inaugural Address, calling for a quot;new era of responsibility.quot; Watch the video here:
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