Today, we have large, multi-ported computing environments that can tolerate large workloads, and highly virtualized services--and we have the cloud. We almost certainly have existing Java code we want to move to our cloud, and will almost certainly want to add more Java, but now we'll want it to be native in the cloud. And that's what Waratek offers.
Check our rundown of five sub-$100 video editing programs that we have used and found to work competently on most decent hardware running Windows XP, Vista or 7.
Experts worry that there may be some "Son of Stuxnet" worm
out there, spread manually, like Stuxnet, or by some other vector, that
will one day cause dangereous problems.
The acquisition increases its total number of users from fewer than 20,000 to more than 100,000.
Why some sites have peaked and others are gaining traction in the aggregation space.
A mix of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS is the choice of most high-end sysadmins Robin Miller knows.
'Java won't die; it will limp along,' one source says, but it has 'hit the complexity wall.'
Your best bet is to try at least a couple of the editors we've recommended here and decide which one fits.
It's sad that Microsoft, with all its billions, can use software produced by altruists, for free, without contributing so much as a dime back to the project.
Letting an ISP decided that it should carry one kind of content but not another, or that it should allow certain types of content to flow through its pipes faster than others, is a bad thing.
Many online news organizations use search trends to determine what articles to assign. A lot of old-line writers think this idea is evil. Here's why.
Robin Miller has seen this sort of thing before: Remember when "The
Network was the Computer?"