- Hello iPad, goodbye netbook – Apple 2.0 – Fortune Tech – The iPad is on track to become the fastest ramping mobile Internet device out of the gate and one of the most popular in history
- Why I Sold Zappos – Tony Hsieh built his online shoe retailer into an e-commerce powerhouse. But with credit tightening and investors eyeing the exits, Hsieh was forced to ask: Was selling Zappos really the only way to save it?
- A HTML5 Primer for the Overwhelmed — Ext JS Blog – Although there are many excellent resources out there describing details of HTML5, including the core specification itself, they are generally technical and many of them are out of synch with the current state of the specs. So, we thought a short primer on HTML5 might be in order.
- The reason Robbie Bach was fired | Asymco – If HP felt they needed to go somewhere else for their mobile OS, it’s a slap in the face, but if they buy the asset and IP and internalize a competing platform, then that is a dagger to the heart for Ballmer.
- InfoQ: Facebook: Moving Fast at Scale – Robert Johnson discusses Facebook’s approach to scalability issues resulting from a large growth of the user base. He talks about: why one needs to prepare for horizontal and not vertical scalability, very short release cycles which are better because they introduce fewer bugs, the need to streamline to deploying process for short release cycles, and making the entire process faster every day
- The Easiest Way To Get Started with Spring 3: Videos & Tutorials – TheServerSide.com – At TheServerSide.com, we've put together a few great tutorials that will help get you started with Spring 3.0
- Seth’s Blog: Simple five step plan for just about everyone and everything – Simple five step plan for just about everyone and everything
- Google’s Economic Impact | 2009 – Google's not just a search engine. We've also helped hundreds of businesses in every U.S. state to grow. Across the U.S., Google's search and advertising tools generated $54 billion of economic activity in 2009.
- Java Code Geeks: Getting Started with YouTube Java API – In this tutorial I am taking a look at Google's YouTube API which allows you to empower your application with YouTube's features. YouTube is one of the “killer” Internet applications and its traffic comprises of a huge portion of the total internet traffic.
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