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We're in an era of maturing cloud computing services, with lines beginning to blur among formerly discrete segments. Among the things we're witnessing is a fuller integration of DevOps into the mix. Rackspace is one company in this discussion, having just launched its DevOps Advisory S...
I had the privilege of interviewing mobility expert Vaidy Iyer today. He is the founder and CEO of AppsFreedom, a company focused on providing enterprise mobility solutions in the form of Multi-Channel, Multi-Device Platform as a Service solutions to the SAP community. I asked if the...
“You need two groups when dealing with cloud compliance,” explained Rob LaMear IV, CEO and Founder of Fpweb.net, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan. “First,” LaMear continued, “you need a provider that is willing to operate transparently and work with ...
“In some segments, the price of cloud computing will go up as providers offer higher-end solutions designed to cater to complex enterprise requirements,” observed John A. De Goes, CEO & Founder of Precog, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan. “However,” ...
“The basic premise for any central computing system optimized for mass consumption is the 80/20 rule. It can be built only to serve 80% of the needs in an economized and optimized fashion,” noted Chetan Patwardhan, CEO of Stratogent, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Cha...
"Atmos is EMC's cloud storage solution. It's a distributed object storer that enables Enterprise IT and service providers to offer their own storage as a service offerings," noted Brian Olson, Cloud Business Development Manager at EMC, in this SYS-CON.tv interview with Cloud Expo Confe...
"We secure virtual servers running in public and private clouds. We are building all the security technologies that people need for their public cloud servers which they don't have access to since they moved outside their own private data center," explained Rand Wacker, Vice President ...
“A lot of people are using cloud computing now, and appzero has this new product out that extracts applications that are already installed, sucks them out of the data center and moves them into the cloud,” explained Greg O'Connor, CEO of appzero, in this SYS-CON.tv interview with Cloud...
“Big Data eliminates the data silos that formerly existed, improving the depth and quality of analysis that can take place,” observed Scott Kinka, Chief Technology Officer at Evolve IP, in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan. “Without these barriers, Kinka...
In our premier issue, back in October 2002, we ran a full-length interview with Anders Hejlsberg, the Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft responsible for the creation of the C# programming language. Then, in March 2005, we presented a follow-up interview conducted by .NETDJ's editor-in...
In this interview with the editor-in-chief of .NET Developer's Journal, Microsoft's Anders Hejlsberg discusses the origins and the future of C#. The interview appeared in .NET Developer's Journal, Vol 1 issue 1 - in October 2002.
Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted Web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds (www.hanselminutes.com/).
Scott and Carl talk about digital identity and related technologies. Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted Web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or...
Hanselminutes is a weekly 30-minute podcast with Web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. The following is a transcript from show number 29, entitled 'Dynamic vs. Compiled Languages'. You can listen online at www.hanselminutes.com.
Hanselminutes is a weekly 30-minute podcast with Web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman hosted by Carl Franklin. What follows is a transcript from show number 12 entitled 'Top 10 Utilities You Didn't Know You Had.' You can listen online at www.hanselminutes.com.
Hanselminutes is a weekly 30-minute podcast with Web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman hosted by Carl Franklin. The following is a transcript from show number 4 on Continuous Integration. You can listen online at www.hanselminutes.com.
Mono is the leading non-Microsoft implementation of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) specification. The CLI is the foundation of .NET. Because Mono runs on a number of platforms, it is the main choice today for people who want to run .NET applications on non-Microsoft platforms...
Who Is David Litwack? Litwack is responsible for the development and advancement of Novell's secure Web services strategy, a position he assumed in July 2002 following Novell's acquisition of SilverStream Software, a company for which he'd served as president and CEO since 1997. He is ...
.NET Developer's Journal editor-in-chief Derek Ferguson and Don Box, a leading authority on COM and architect in the Microsoft .NET Developer and Platform Evangelism Group, recently sat down to talk with Brad Abrams, Lead Program Manager for the .NET Framework, about that framework.
.NETDJ: How did you come to work for Microsoft on the ASP.NET team? RH: I was originally on what was then known as the Developer Relations group at Microsoft. I was a technical evangelist. I was part of a team of folks that Microsoft would send to the top 100 'media metrics,' which was...
I am an architect in the Distributed Systems Group. I am responsible for the protocols and the plumbing that we do in that group. I'm on an architecture team, so the responsibility is distributed, but basically five other architects and I work on the WS-* protocols, Indigo, and the st...
.NET Developer's Journal Editor-in-Chief Derek Ferguson caught up with Dean Guida, CEO of Infragistics. In this exclusive interview, Guida talks about how Infragistics adds value to Microsoft products, competition with offshore ISVs, and the importance of the user experience.
.NET Editor-in-Chief Derek Ferguson sat down to talk with Microsoft's S. 'Soma' Somasegar in Chicago recently. In this exclusive interview, Somasegar talks about Microsoft's new Partner program; the future of the .NET platform, in both the short and long term; and how Microsoft has lea...
.NET Developer's Journal Editor-in-Chief Derek Ferguson recently chatted with John Gomez, CTO of Eclipsys. In this exclusive interview, Gomez talks about the role of .NET in mission-critical software for the health-care industry, and how he merged his love of technology with his intere...
.NET editor-in-chief Derek Ferguson sat down to talk with Microsoft Software Legend Chris Sells at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference 2003. In this exclusive interview, Sells talks about how he became involved with teaching and writing about Microsoft technologies, how he c...
.NETDJ Guest Editor Jame Healy recently interviewed Microsoft's Scott Woodgate, lead product manager for Microsoft's E-Business Servers group. In this exclusive interview, Woodgate talks about the history of BizTalk Server, the process of developing a new BizTalk Server version, and br...
.NETDJ Editor-in-Chief Derek Ferguson chatted with Microsoft Software Legend Jeffrey Richter at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference 2003. In this exclusive interview, Richter talks about sharing his working life between Wintellect and Microsoft, and what it's like to help sh...
.NET Editor-in-Chief Derek Ferguson sat down to chat with Microsoft Software Legend David Chappell at the recent Professional Developers Conference 2003. In this exclusive interview, Chappell talks about how he came to focus on Microsoft technologies, and why he enjoys teaching and spe...
At PDC 2003 Alex Homer and David Sussman, Microsoft Software Legends and authors, talked about how they came to be writers, the rate of adoption of .NET technology, and, of course, Whidbey, Yukon, and Longhorn. -Interviewed by Derek Ferguson, .NETDJ Editor-in-Chief
.NET Developer's JournalMobility Editor Jon Box recently chatted with Ingo Rammer, consultant, instructor, and best-selling author of books on .NET. In this exclusive interview, Rammer discusses .NET Remoting, his programming roots, and the book he wishes he had when he was starting ou...
Juval Löwy is a Microsoft 'Software Legend' and RD, and architect for IDesign, a consulting and architectural services company. In an exclusive interview with .NET Developer's Journal editor-in-chief Derek Ferguson, Löwy discusses the need for an inherently extensible architecture,...
.NET Developer's Journal editor-in-chief Derek Ferguson recently had the opportunity to chat with a few of the major players - Microsoft aside - in the .NET space. In this exclusive interview, high-profile executives from Computer Associates, Borland, Infragistics, and Unisys discuss w...
.NETDJ: How did you come to your current role at Microsoft? SG: I run our Web Platforms and Tools team, which includes ASP.NET as well as Visual Studio .NET. I cofounded the ASP.NET team with Mark Anders in November of '97, right after we shipped IIS 4. Mark and I started the next gene...
Web services are the beginnings of the next generation of expansion in computing power, says Larry Mittag. Speaking exclusively to SYS-CON.com/webservices, Larry Mittag - VP and chief technologist of Stellcom, Inc., the premier San Diego-based systems integrator - says: 'As far as mos...
.NETDJ: What can you share with us about the current state of developing and licensing the .NET Compact Framework? It's currently in beta, and people who are interested can download it from our device developer site: