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Here is what’s happening in our community this week:
-> HP wants to know
-> Are you in the running yet?
-> Questions of the week
-> Blog posts of the week
-> New community blogs
-> Messages from the TechTarget network
HP wants to know
How do you manage your physical servers versus your virtual servers? Help HP by posting your comments here.
Are you in the running yet?
Through December 23rd, you can enter to win one of ten $50 (US) Amazon.com gift cards. All you have to do is ASK two questions and ANSWER two questions on IT Knowledge Exchange. Visit the blog post for more details.
Questions of the Week
Over the past week, we’ve seen some great questions come through IT Knowledge Exchange, but some questions need your attention. Click on one of our selected questions below, and spread the knowledge!
Blog Posts of the Week
>> Can virtualization certs get real? (IT Career JumpStart)
>> Internet Explorer targeted by zero-day attack (Security Corner)
>> Mr. Tester, please feel PRIDE in doing what you are doing (Quality Assurance and Project Management)
>> Digging into crash dumps? Try Dumpchk first (Vista Enterprise Desktop)
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Messages from the TechTarget network
Framework founders discuss the latest features of Spring, JSF, Wicket, Tapestry, Seam and Google Web Toolkit. Get expert recommendations on when to leverage Groovy, Scala and JRuby in your projects. Dive into popular open source tools such as HtmlUnit, soapUI, Eclipse, Mavene and Lucene to fix and find problems and accelerate development. Register now to choose from over 45 technical sessions being presented at TheServerSide Java Symposium.
Why create an energy-efficient data center? This expert videocast from Data Center Decisions 2008 uses real-life scenarios to explain the key benefits, how to meet regulations, and strategies to track and measure energy efficiency.
In order to operate a successful plant, a manager must ensure that best practices are being applied to every step of the supply chain. In this book chapter, discover key steps in supply chain strategy, coordination and planning.
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