September 16, 2003

From Palm OS to Symbian OS: Making the Switch, Part 2

art 1 of this series began a discussion of the differences between PalmOS and Symbian OS. Despite their superficial similarities, programming in Symbian isn’t just like programming a Palm PDA. Part 2 takes this discussion even further, covering the areas where these two operating systems really go in different directions.

IBM Stumping for WebSphere on Windows

T managers once maintained a semblance of control over what types of operating systems were run in the data center, but they may as well relinquish all hope of doing so in the future—if they haven’t already. The modern data center, while sophisticated, is more frequently a mixed bag of