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Wow, big news to start off my new blog. The Gardens Point GP Ruby .NET development team has announced an initial beta version of their system.
At this point, they claim that it can compile Ruby source into verifiable .Net v2.0 assembly, or it can run Ruby code directly in a compile, load and execute cycle. They do warn that their implementation is not yet complete, although it does pass everything in samples/test.rb (I wonder if they're using theRubicon/Rubytests stuff for further testing?).
Ingres Corporation announced it has initiated a partnership with BEA Systems with the common goal of dramatically lowering costs and increasing flexibility by providing a proven, open source alternative for enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) development.
Moving your entire product line of both hardware and software from one CPU architecture to another isn't an easy job, but given its progress so far I'd say that Apple could write the book on it.
I was asked last week why I keep changing the D-word in AVID e.g. Antivirus Is Dead, Doomed, Dying and Dysfunctional.
Last week I mentioned that I had upgraded Firefox to version 1.5. I never realized at the time, but have quickly come to realize that this is now no ordinary browser.
Retiring BG 2.1 will include the following features:
- The Ballmer control interface will remain in place.
- CTO functionality will be added to the Ozzie wizard.
- Chairman functions will remain with Bill, but will be invoked by RPC.
Puppy Linux 2.01 was launched June 19 for i386 PCs, a mere 18 days following the dispatch of v2.0.
Yes, I know you're sick of hearing about Ubuntu. Ubuntu this, Ubuntu that, everyone must love Ubuntu or else. Don't run away screaming just yet, because there are good reasons for all the Ubuntu buzz.
Singapore-based Tomahawk Computers Ltd. has released an updated version (version 1.1.1) of its Tomahawk Desktop operating system, featuring a fully automated Windows Dual Boot, lead developer Sagara Wijetunga told DesktopLinux.com via email June 12.
Foreword -- Positioning the intellectual property that goes into embedded systems as "service" rather than "product" distributes risk more evenly between client and vendor, writes embedded services company founder Curt Schacker. The service model fits the "no-cost" nature of software copying, and has been proven successful by free software vendors,
If you know any women who might be interested -- whether they're students of computer science or another field -- GNOME wants them to know about the program.
Eurotech's U.S. arm, Parvus, will demonstrate the company's innovative wrist-worn PC at a military technology conference June 19 in Washington, D.C.
In a few days she will go back and try to watch another video on her favorite website and find that it now costs .99 cents or she will have to join as a "member" to enjoy "premium content". Her reaction to this. Well that sucks.
Would you believe that The SCO Group Inc., enemy of all things Linux, will be releasing a Linux distribution?
The Gentoo Linux team's User Relations Project, in order to better understand the motivations and needs of its users, is currently seeking nominations for the newly created position of User Representative.
ReviewLinux.Com takes the Puppy for a Walk! Puppy Linux 2.01 has been released and we thought should take a look at this very popular Linux distribution. 17 screen shots guide you through the test drive of Puppy Linux 2.01.
Through URIs, you can view Firefox's Web page cache, and see other details about the browser.
To promote the upcoming release of Mandriva Linux 2007, Mandriva today announced a contest to find the best session startup and logoff music for the new release and all subsequent 2007 updates.
Learn useful techniques for making the most out of limited processing resources. This mini how-to shows you how to dual boot
between AIX and Linux operating systems in a clustering environment, where available hardware resources are limited.
Last week's Microsoft succession news sparked an array of definitely NOT-for-attribution-comments from those who've watched the company forever. Face it, few tech execs have been as demonized as Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Well maybe Steve Ballmer, his CEO, but I digress.
The latest stable version of the Linux kernel doesn't boast earth-shaking additions, but does include numerous improvements. (Linux-Watch)
Linux is adding support for yet another architecture in its latest release of the 2.6.17 kernel.
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