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 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 02:45:11 GMT WAITER! There's a Flappy Bird in my Lollipop!

New Android release includes frustrating, derivative, Easter Egg

Google's practice of leaving Easter Eggs in Android appears to have continued, with a chap spotting a Flappy Bird clone in the new version 5.0, aka Lollipop, release.…

 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:29:05 GMT FIRST standards to clean up messy CERTs

Sharing is caring, but not for Blighty

The global gathering of incident responders FIRST is spearheading a global standards effort to reform and unify the operations of government and large enterprise computer emergency response teams (CERTs).…

 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:36:51 GMT NBN Co adds 'burbs to copper map, claims 'speed up' rollout

140 lucky locations won't get fibre

NBN Co has re-designated 140 suburbs from fibre-to-the-premises to fibre-to-the-node, a move it says will deliver high-speed connections to the target locations earlier than would otherwise have been a case.…

 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:35:45 GMT Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Maven survive comet fly-by

Odyssey orbiter yet to report as comet's trailing trash poses new threat

Comet Siding Springs has passed Mars, apparently without incident. NASA says the “Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter … continues operating in good health after sheltering behind Mars during the half hour when high-velocity dust particles from comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring had the most chance of reaching the paths of Mars orbiters.”…

 Sun, 19 Oct 2014 23:58:10 GMT Austrian telco trials G.fast as 'interim solution'

Commercial services planned for 2016, long-term plan calls for fibre

Telekom Austria is the latest outfit to trumpet the virtues of the yet-to-be-ratified G.fast standard, announcing that a deployment trial conducted with Alcatel-Lucent achieved speeds beyond 100 Mbps per household.…


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 Mon, 01 Sep 2014 09:00:00 EDT Unified, Comprehensive and Easy-to-Use IT Systems Monitoring
This one-hour webinar will cover the core benefits and features of up.time, including how up.time proactively monitors, alerts and reports on the performance, availability, and capacity of all physical servers, virtual machines, network devices, applications, and services. We’ll take you through the up.time Dashboards, show you how alerting and action profiles work, and dive into up.time’s deep reporting capabilities, including SLA reports. In the end, you’ll know how up.time works and what up.time can do for your company.

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 Fri, 29 Aug 2014 10:15:00 EDT Yakov Fain's (@yfain) Blood Pressure At @ThingsExpo
In June I was presenting at the ThingsExpo conference  at the Javits Center in New York City. During my talk I was demonstrating how to integrate consumer devices into a business workflow. In particular, I was doing live measuring of my own blood pressure to show how to integrate consumer devices into a business workflow. Internet […]

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 Sun, 24 Aug 2014 13:53:00 EDT Setting up a Workspace in Eclipse for Desktop Application Development
This tutorial is primarily for the students in my 420-517 Software Development Project course at Dawson College. It explains how to set up a workspace in Eclipse for this course. These instructions are important because Eclipse stores workspace specific settings in the workspace itself. This means that should you create a new workspace you will need to redo these settings. When you start Eclipse you are asked for the name of the workspace you want to use. If this is the first time you are using Eclipse the workspace launcher will appear as:

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 Tue, 19 Aug 2014 16:23:35 EDT Let the Logs do the Talking
You are on top of your game. You have a log analysis tool churning logs from all your applications and infrastructure. And now that you have data (LOTS and lots of data…), you are able to understand your infrastructure better than you ever did before. You might even build a dashboard or two that tells you what is going on with your IOPS and utilization, at a glance.

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 Mon, 18 Aug 2014 12:56:00 EDT What’s the Difference Between Abstract Classes and Interfaces?
Probably the most popular question during Java technical interviews is “What’s the difference between abstract classes and interfaces”. In my own three year old book I’ve offered the following answer: “An abstract class may contain code in method bodies, which is not allowed in an interface.With abstract classes you have to inherit your class from the abstract one because Java does not allow multiple inheritance. On the other hand, you can implement multiple interfaces in your class.”

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