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By John | August 29, 2007

Java not Sun?
Wall Street is warming up to open source.
MeasureIT – Issue 5.08 – As Available as a Dial Tone by Michael A. Salsburg, D. V. (Doctor of Virtualization)
As Available as a Dial Tone. Availability is considered carrier-grade (as in the carrier of telephony) if its availability meets or exceeds 99.999% available. When we pick up a phone (I mean a land-line phone, not a cell-based phone), we would be surprise
The open source decision: a question of “what works”
Imagine that. Software that was made for the customer rather than making the customer for the software. It’s called open source.

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