- Pat Patterson : Superpatterns: Thomson Reuters on deploying OpenSSO Enterprise to a Global User Base – In the video, Chris explains how OpenSSO is on track to provide single sign-on across Thomson Reuters' Markets services to 330,000 users worldwide by the end of 2011
- OpenSSO – Overview, Stories and Roadmap – TheAquarium – wikis.sun.com – Sid and Ajay will present a technical overview of OpenSSO (Resource Center) and then will explain how it is being used in a real-world deployment. The presentation will end with a roadmap for the features in future releases of OpenSSO.
- Verizon uses OpenSSO in Very Large (Over 40M Users) Deployment – Dan reports on the use of OpenSSO, a Massive Verizon Wireless Deployment that has over 40,000,000 users, 1,000,000 logins per day, and peaks at 4,000 logins per minute. Additional details at the slides and recordings of the March 19th, Online Webinar, which is also available as a PodCast.
- 2009 Formula One season, wet & dry – The Big Picture – Boston.com – The 2009 Formula One World Championship season has held only 4 rounds so far (of a scheduled 17), and has experienced extremes of dry and wet weather already – heavy downpours in Malaysia and China, followed by dry desert heat of over 37 degrees C (100 F) in Bahrain
- Official Google Enterprise Blog: Sync Google Apps user accounts with your LDAP system – This new utility is a software component that helps maintain security by running behind the firewall and pushes directory information to Google Apps – including mailing lists, groups and user aliases – to match the organizational schema in the LDAP system.
- WebLogic Server – Oracle Wiki – WebLogic Wiki
- Java / Oracle SOA blog: Using the WebLogic deployment plan to change your ear / war for production – This is the first in a series of several articles that explore some of the new features in Apache Pivot 1.1. Pivot is a Java-based RIA toolkit that is currently undergoing incubation at the Apache Software Foundation. This article discusses Pivot's support for drag and drop.
- Exploring Apache Pivot 1.1, Part 1 | InsideRIA – This is the first in a series of several articles that explore some of the new features in Apache Pivot 1.1. Pivot is a Java-based RIA toolkit that is currently undergoing incubation at the Apache Software Foundation. This article discusses Pivot's support for drag and drop.
- With YQL Execute, the Internet becomes your database (Yahoo! Developer Network Blog) – The Yahoo! Query Language lets you query, filter, and join data across any web data source or service on the web. Using our YQL web service, apps run faster with fewer lines of code and a smaller network footprint. YQL uses a SQL-like language because it is a familiar and intuitive method for developers to access data. YQL treats the entire web as a source of table data, enabling developers to select * from Internet
- In Major Shift, Apple Builds Its Own Team to Design Chips – WSJ.com – Apple Inc. is building a significant capability to design its own computer chips, a strategy shift that the company hopes will create exclusive features for its gadgets and shield Apple's work from rivals.
- Java Tips – The new Java Tips blog, which debuts today, will feature short, relevant tips, tricks, workarounds and introductory tutorials, from one Java developer to another.
I took some pictures from my window earlier this week at work and decided to post them here to test out the new gallery feature built into WordPress 2.5. Let’s see how this works.
Just found the Pictobrowser from Thomas Hawk's blog and it is an amazing way to embed pictures in your blog. Pictobrowser is a simple widget that allows you to display sets of pictures from Flickr directly on your site or blog using Flash and the users never leave your site. Pictobrowser is the brainchild of Diego Bauducco. Check out a sample below from one of my sets: