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All posts for November 2008

  1. Is the cloud bursting?

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    With IBM, Amazon and Microsoft fighting for our cloud computing attention, we might forget to think about useful scenarios for all this fancy airy stuff. We all know the classical e-commerce example with its season-bound resource spikes and the...

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  2. JavaFX: when will the cat jump?

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    In May 2007, at the JavaOne conference, Sun announced JavaFX: a family of products for creating Rich Internet Applications for desktop, mobile, TV and other platforms (wikipedia definition). All fitting nicely in Suns credo: Write once, run...

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  3. The 2008 "it" list

    While all our colleagues (including us) are doing bold predictions on what will be hot or not in 2009, let’s take a quick recap of what was hot in 2008. In a true Web 2.0 collaboration fashion we (@mnankman, @rickmans and @leeprovoost) discussed...

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  4. Tech predictions 2009: Let’s socialise!”

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    2009 will be the year when use of social networking tools within companies will be the talk of the town. Yes, it has been around for a while but to be honest, nothing much has really happened apart from that Serena Software uses Facebook internally....

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  5. Tech predictions 2009: "Trust" is the new version of "Control"

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    When using applications or services in the Cloud and you incorporated them in your business processes you already made the decision that control isn't everything anymore and trust is more important. The decision of putting trust above control (or...

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  6. Help - there’s an architect in the boardroom!

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    Not trying to be facetious, but apparently this is a typical reaction by most board members when confronted with certain members of this species. The title of Enterprise Architect (EA) may conjure up a vision of uber-geekdom & rarefied...

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