A Checklist for Cloud Computing Deals is simple, easy to read and brief. But it lists all the questions a buyer has to ask a cloud vendor. It is written by a lawyer, but rather than obfuscating it illuminates.
Version 0.2 of the Griffon Validation Plugin is now available. This plugin provides a Grails like declaration based constraint and […]
Groovy++ version 0.2.0 is now available. Groovy++ is a statically typed extension of the Groovy programming language. In addition to […]
An IBM study reports that 60% of 1,900 CFOs are seeking to improve operations and analytics to enable faster decision […]
Interest in business analytics is surging worldwide. Quoting IDC, Reseller News reports that enterprises in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) […]
Nutch to Leave Lucene?
AlwaysOn have announced their OnDemand Top 100 Private Companies for 2010. This award looks to recognise emerging Internet companies in […]
Awesome Print 0.1.3 is now available. Awesome Print is Ruby library that pretty prints Ruby objects in full colour, with […]
New Relic are now offering their RPM Gold product for free, to companies participating in the Y Combinator program. Y […]
ERP may be moving to cloud, but multi-tenancy still sounds futuristic. The compromise could well make cloud-based ERP more appealing for customers. ERP becomes easier to consume as cloud eliminates the need for datacenters and large teams. More importantly, cloud disrupts the ERP cost structure.
AppAware is a new Android app for discovering which apps are the most popular. AppAware shares your installations, updates and […]
Six new components for OpenFaces.
The Groovy development team have announced a maintenance release of the 1.7.x stable branch. Groovy version 1.7.2 adds a utility […]
Chris Aniszczyk has blogged that an Eclipse-based, Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) application has won the U.S Department of Homeland Security’s […]