- InfoQ: Keynote: From Margin to Mainstream – Innovation, Disruption and the Future of the Web – In this keynote, Mitch Kapor, looks back at disruptive technologies, like the PC, and derives insights which he then uses to project a possible future for the Web, including the "social web," 'data scarcity and data abundance," and "startups on the cheap
- Maia Reaches Its First Milestone | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog – We’re happy to announce the first Milestone release of upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 9, nicknamed Maia.
This release delivers a fresh preview of features and improvements we’ve implemented so far for IntelliJ IDEA 9
- Open Group Releases Eclipse Tool To Ease TOGAF Development — Application Development Trends – The Open Group, a technology agnostic consortium focused on open standards and interoperability, this week released a tool intended to simplify use of TOGAF 9, a standard framework for enterprise architecture.
- Coding Horror: The iPhone Software Revolution – I wrote this because I truly feel that the iPhone is a key inflection point in software development. We will look back on this as the time when "software" stopped being something that geeks buy (or worse, bootleg), and started being something that everyone buys, every day
- Red Hat: Bad economy is good for open source | The Open Road – CNET News – Both Oracle and Red Hat are doing well, and Oracle is obviously dealing with much bigger wads of money, but it seems clear that Red Hat's open-source model is the big winner in the recession.
- Create More Value Than You Capture – Tim O'Reilly at O'Reilly's Twitter Boot Camp, June 15, 2009, New World Stages in New York City.
- Apple’s iPhone 3GS: What It Costs to Make – BusinessWeek – The 16-gigabyte iPhone 3GS actually costs slightly more to build than last year's iPhone 3G—$178.96, a difference of $4.63. However, that is much lower than estimates for the first-generation iPhone, which pegged the cost at $220.
- Cisco launches Linux powered Wireless-N router – News – The H Open Source: News and Features – Cisco has announced the launch of a new Linux powered Wireless-N broadband router with Storage Link and media sharing functionality, the Linksys WRT160NL. The new 802.11n draft 2.0 router includes dual antenna with R-SMA connectors, a 400Mhz processor, 8 MB of Flash memory, 32 MB of DDRAM and a USB 2.0 port
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