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  • CISSP Essentials training: Domain 5, Telecommunications and Network Security

    Prepare for Domain 5 of the CISSP exam by learning about telecommunications and networking.

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  • computer

    A computer is a device that accepts information (in the form of digitalized data) and manipulates it for some result based on a program or sequence of instructions on how the data is to be processed.

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  • Rethink your tooling: How to make the DevOps promise a reality

    Many organizations have struggled with breaking down the wall between development and operations. Tools are not the solution to every problem that faces DevOps integration, but they can help to make the DevOps promise a reality. Is it time to rethink your DevOps tooling?

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  • How embedded technologies are enabling the Internet of Things (IOT)

    From wearable devices to internet connected devices called NodeBots, embedded technologies are enabling the development of all of the cool, new devices that are colloquially being referred to as the Internet of Things (IOT).

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  • Cloud computing and AWS form perfect test beds for the risk averse

    Risk aversion is a cornerstone of the enterprise computing community. Do no harm is philosophy that goes beyond medicine's Hippocratic oath. But the risk averse can now safely try new technologies by using cloud computing options and AWS.

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  • Will ObjectLayout’s StructuredArrays finally solve the Java performance problem?

    Java performance has greatly improved over the years, but getting true, linear scalability has always been a problem, largely due to the way data collections are handled in memory. However, new approaches to memory management are being developed, and ObjectLayout's StructuredArrays just might make...

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  • Improving software quality in every application lifecycle management (ALM) stage

    Development lifecycles have become tremendously compressed, which means many stages of the application lifecycle management process are iterated over time and time again. Here are some lessons SFactory's Sorin Zaporojan learned throughout the ALM process.

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  • Successfully managing software quality with growing, globally distributed teams

    Successfully managing a software project is always a challenge, but when a project grows into a globally distributed development effort, application lifecycle management (ALM) becomes a real challenge. So how does Liferay, an open source, enterprise portal do it? Senior software architect Ray Auge...

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  • Employee assessment software matches job hopefuls

    Software uses brain games to distinguish people and connect them with employers that are looking for applicants with preferred character traits and values.

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  • Linux developer sues VMware over GPL violations

    Long time Linux developer Christoph Hellwig is suing VMware for illegally using Linux kernel code in its ESXi hypervisor products.

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