- Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Released for Amazon EC2 – This is also the first Ubuntu release on EC2 that includes officially supported EBS boot AMIs, taking yet another task off my plate and providing a trusted source for this useful image type.
- InfoQ: Citrix Offers a Bare-Metal Desktop/Laptop Hypervisor – Citrix XenClient is a bare-metal hypervisor running on desktop PCs using the Intel vPro technology which allows it to create virtual machines taking advantage of 3D and HD graphic capabilities of the graphic card installed on the machine
- Raymond James Launches Into SOA by Wall Street & Technology – This ability to reuse services is helping us turn software development into a more repeatable and efficient process. Leveraging SOA is beginning to dramatically accelerate product development enterprisewide.
- Larry Ellison On Sun Ex-CEO: Blogging Was Silly Diversion – Global CIO Blog – InformationWeek – The underlying engineering teams are so good, but the direction they got was so astonishingly bad that even they couldn't succeed," said Ellison. "Really great blogs do not take the place of great microprocessors. Great blogs do not replace great software
- Why Did SpringSource Buy GemStone: A Discussion with Rod Johnson – I got an opportunity to speak with Rod Johnson, the former CEO of SpringSource, and the current General Manager of the SpringSource product division of VMWare, while he was out doing the press tour, announcing VMWare’s recent acquisition of GemStone
- Coding Masters: Google Web Toolkit 2 – The future of web application development? – In my opinion that Google Web Toolkit is the best Java framework for building most web applications in 2010, and probably even in next few years. It combines ease of deployment (just type URL in the browser), portability (almost all web browsers, no extra plugins), ease of use and exten
- Citrix fires up desktop virtualization – Computerworld – With a client hypervisor such as XenClient, the VDI server can deliver a copy of the user's virtual machine over the network to the client, where it runs in its own partition
- GWT UiBinder : Better Web App Seperation of Concerns – One of the newest features introduced in Google Web Toolkit 2.0 is the “UiBinder“. This new way of building views allows the developer to use a declarative approach when doing the layout of a GWT application.
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