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Clouds to the left of me, Ruby to the right, Stuck in the middle

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Last night, I attended a local Ruby meeting here in Atlanta. Extremely nice group of people, and I look forward to attending more meetings in the future. I met some interning people, and one of them is the CEO of Morph, David Abramowski. David gave a presentation about the new Ruby on Rails as a [...]

What is a Cloud

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

Here is my definition of the Holy Grail “Cloud”. Primary Characteristics It uses commodity-based hardware as its base. The hardware can be replaced anytime without affecting the cloud. It uses a commodity-based software container system. For example, a service should be able to be pulled from one cloud provider to any other cloud provider with [...]

IT Management Podcast #005 – The Night John Slept on a Cray

Monday, February 11th, 2008

IT Management Podcast #005 – The Night John Slept on a Cray

5 reasons it might not be “Blue Skies” for IBM

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

5 REASONS IBM WILL HAVE POSITIVE CLOUDY SKY’S

Demystifying Clouds

Tuesday, February 5th, 2008

force ma·jeure – noun Etymology: French, superior force Date: 1883 1 : superior or irresistible force 2 : an event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled — compare act of god I’ll admit it: I am caught up in the cloud hype. The caveat, however, is that I truly believe that this [...]

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