from a Twitter employee, no less.
someone doesn't like Android very much
i could not agree more. i want to be able to store, mine, and use my own data with reasonable performance and tools.
democratization of BI, remember.
good decision on their part. now let's see how they execute and engage.
"“We’ll almost certainly build a store…So many developers have asked us to build a marketplace—and we might do a revenue-sharing arrangement.” – i told you people marketplaces were coming
"Drizzle is one of the really great pieces of technology to emerge from the MySQL diaspora–a lightweight, scalable, and pluggable database for web applications. I am therefore delighted that Marcus Erikkson has published a patch to Tungsten that allows replication from MySQL to Drizzle. He's also working on implementing Drizzle-to-Drizzle support, which will be very exciting." – very cool
a potential solution for column oriented storage, as described by Brian
interesting look at some of the specialized cloud hosting options from a user's perspective
i concur: there is little evidence to suggest otherwise
Adam Bosworth on the standards process and its lessons. must read.
very useful summary of post-installation tweaks, apps, and more for Ubuntu Karmic users
an update on the Azure platform launch
just what it says
interesting new contribution to open source: load balancing and more.
love this piece. 25 things that lead us away from rational thought.
not sure that i love the term. my primary difficulty is that it attempts to apply a core business management concept on an endeavor that is, at best, only partially a business. much is lost in translation. is multi-entity collaboration transformative in terms of its shared asset ownership and investments? sure. is it a "collective competency?" i'm not sure.
heard this one before. if i get time, i'll comment, but until then read Dennis' take.
summary of the ACL shows, including Pearl Jam sets. awesome.
another must read piece from Ryan. as usual.
good work on git and its capabilities
a look at Raindrop and Wave. i'll have more on them shortly, but i think we need to think more broadly to understand where collaboration is going.
Doug Cutting on a format for tackling big data
interesting take on diversity as a strength, rather than weakness, of the Linux community
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