- Microsoft Giving Up On Silverlight, Joining HTML5 Party: Video «
- A quick look at Dell’s Analyst Summit
- Microsoft surrenders Silverlight to HTML5 on cross-platform front
Not really the message Microsoft wanted, but the upshot of PDC nonetheless.
- The Shining Path of Least Resistance
Zenoss Community manager Matt Ray goes to work at OpsCode.
- Steve Jobs and the ultimate strategy for iPhone
"However things are now, however it is they have become, he will destroy all of it. With the iPhone."
- how to implement a CMDB, CMS and Configuration Management without any problems
- Microsoft nails Silverlight's future to Windows Phones • The Register
- Microsoft's Azure cloud plan favors Java • The Register
- AppFabric – Microsoft’s new middleware
"The explanation I was given is that AppFabric is Microsoft’s middleware brand. "
- Microsoft's server boss talks Azure and more (Q&A)
- Microsoft: Our strategy with Silverlight has shifted
'But when it comes to touting Silverlight as Microsoft’s vehicle for delivering a cross-platform runtime, “our strategy has shifted,” Muglia told me. Silverlight will continue to be a cross-platform solution, working on a variety of operating system/browser platforms, going forward, he said. “But HTML is the only true cross platform solution for everything, including (Apple’s) iOS platform,” Muglia said.'
- Consumer vs. Enterprise Tech: Bridging the Innovation Gap
- Google Ventures Invests in HomeAway – NYTimes.com
- Adobe combats Apple with 'mobile first mindset' • The Register
Nice sum up, including mobile ads.
- Acer set to unveil multiple tablets on Nov. 23 | Mobilize – InfoWorld
Another app store in it's way too, from Acer.
- Austin-Based Riptano Can Haz Valley Monies
- SolarWinds income rises to $12.2M – Bizjournals.com
- Microsoft provides updated cloud roadmap, technologies to developers | ZDNet
Good, pat summary of PDC cloud announcements.
- Microsoft puts Windows Server instances in the cloud
- Bring Your Phone to Work Day: Managing Android Devices With Google Apps – Official Google Mobile Blog
- Burela's house-o-blog
- TSA: 11.6-inch MacBook Air is Bag-safe
"U.S. air travelers can leave their shiny new 11.6-inch MacBook Air laptops in their bags when passing through airport security checkpoints according to the TSA. The 13.3-inch model, however, is too big and still must come out for separate screening."
- Apple Gets Corporate Sales Backup at Unisys
Apple working with Unisys to do more enterprise work.
- Code2Cloud: Tool Suite To Smooth Cloud Path for Java Devs — Application Development Trends
- Analysts on Deprecating Java in Mac OS: 'Baffling,' Job's Reasoning 'Makes No Sense' — Application Development Trends
- Apple's iPad now on sale from Verizon and AT&T
"The Oct. 28 launch was announced earlier this month, and both companies will sell the product in their brick-and-mortar retail stores starting today. AT&T will sell all three iPad Wi-Fi + 3G models at their standard pricing, while Verizon will sell the iPad with Wi-Fi and a MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot router at the same price."
- An honest assessment of Windows Phone 7 « Tim Anderson’s ITWriting
- JCP Exec Quits Over Oracle's Role in Java Standards Org — Application Development Trends
- Oracle: Google 'directly copied' our Java code
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