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 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 21:14:18 GMT Oracle cluster daddy jumps ship to NoSQL upstart MongoDB

30-year SQL veteran says firm is 'revolutionizing' databases

Roger Bamford, a pioneering engineer who spent 30 years at SQL stalwart Oracle, has jumped over to the NoSQL side and landed in a new job at MongoDB.…

 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 20:23:05 GMT Yes, Australia's government SHOULD store comms metadata

Not because it's a good idea but because it already operates the infrastructure and processes to do it well

Australia's federal government should store metadata collected by the nation's Internet service providers (ISPs), because the government already operates suitable facilities in which to do so.…

 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 20:08:05 GMT FREE PARTY for TEN lucky Australian Reg readers

Vulture South is having a party and you can score liquid presents

The Register's Australian outpost is having a party and we want ten readers to come along.…

 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 19:41:30 GMT Google Hangouts get down to business – and all dressed to the nines

A whole three of them ... plus phone support

Google's voice conference system Hangouts is being smartened up in the hope of breaking into the business market.…

 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 17:05:09 GMT Speaking in Tech: 'It's as sexy as enterprise storage. Not sexy at all'
Podcast Plus: 'He's like the Bob Ross of bullshit'

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 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 13:15:00 EDT How Risky Are Your APIs?
It is a mistake to think we can secure APIs using the same methods and technology that we used to secure the conventional, browser-centric web. Andi Mann from CA Technologies recently pointed out that, at every turn, customers are interacting more and more with businesses through applications. "Think of real estate businesses like Trulia, Zillow and," he wrote in Wired's Innovation Insights. "Or think about restaurants. It used to be that we'd call a restaurant to make a reservation, or even drop in and make a reservation. Now it's all on-line, through OpenTable, or Foursquare." This is the emergence of the Application Economy, where the application becomes the primary point of contact between the business and the customer. Much of this is being made possible through the use of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to link front-end applications to back-end information systems. This approach is exploding in popularity because it builds on well-understood techniques from the web and leverages some existing infrastructure.

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 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 09:00:00 EDT What We Really Mean by Digital Transformation
Even Cloud-driven transformation isn’t the end of the story. The move to Agile Architecture is a move to continuous business transformation – where the organization is as agile as it wants to be, and is able to deal with change as a routine part of how it does business. Continuous business transformation, of course, has always been the center of the Agile Architecture story – and is what we really mean when we say we want Digital Transformation.

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 Wed, 30 Jul 2014 08:45:00 EDT My Mini-Manifesto for the IoT
We are formally announcing the IoT Project Framework at @ThingsExpo Nov 4-6 in Santa Clara, CA. it will feature four overriding goals for the IoT in the year 2040: 1. To reduce poverty & disease 2. To eliminate violence as a way of settling disputes 3. To spur beneficial economic development in all corners of the world 4. To produce political and societal leaders who will maintain progress You can participate by joining our list. There is no cost, no obligation, and we will not share this information with anyone! We will merely keep you informed about our progress & let you know of opportunities to participate further as they arise. We realize that achieving even small, incremental global progress is a difficult task. But why not try?

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 Sun, 27 Jul 2014 18:00:00 EDT Internet of Things Power Panel @ThingsExpo
“At Cloud Expo in NYC last week I sat in on the Internet of Things power panel and then presented about how to monetize the Internet of Things. The room was packed, standing room only and I stuck around for a full 30 minutes afterwards answering questions before I had to tear myself away. Wow, I have to say I’ve never seen so much buzz about anything. And this isn’t my first rodeo. The interest in all things IoT is nothing short of amazing, and we’ve only just begun. Take a look!”

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 Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:57:00 EDT Working on the Java Tutorial, Second Edition
In 2011 Wiley (Wrox) published my book “Java Programming. 24-Hour Trainer“. To be honest, I don’t like the title because it misleads people as if this book promises that the reader can learn Java within 24 hours. But creators of this series (many titles were published under this umbrella) meant to say that this book was like your personal instructor; 24 hours a day. Whatever. It’s not my call. But earlier this year I got a call from the publisher stating that they’re happy with the book sale numbers and want me to update the book and release the second edition reflecting the latest changes in the Java Language. I agreed because with the latest release Java became more interesting than ever. The magnitude of changes to the Java 8 language and APIs can be compared with Java 5 that was released back in 2004. It’s exciting to program in Java again.

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