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Sun, 02 May 2010 10:29:00 EDTAn eggplant is an eggplant, right? Tastes the same everywhere. Is very popular everywhere. But in the U.S. it sells for about $1 a pound, but only about 50 cents a pound in Turkey, and 25 cents a pound in the Philippines. And this is with a very weak dollar. It led me to think about Purchasing Power Parity, or PPP, which is the main thing that anyone who travels a lot thinks about. We all know that many things are cheaper in other countries, particularly developing countries. We also know that it is to these developing countries--whether Turkey and the Philippines, but especially to Mexico, China, India, and now Brazil and Russia--that a lot of jobs are going.
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The UI Designer has been out for nearly a week. Have you tried it? If so, please drop me a line at brad.wery@PowerToTheBuilder.com. I would like to hear what you think of it.
I'm trying something new with the UI in this application. I've gone away from using a menu and developed a semi-ribbon type interface. I'm curious to know what you think of this. If it's something the community would be interested in maybe I can develop it more. I think it would take a bit of work to get it to look and act like the Microsoft Ribbon control but it could be doable.
If you have any other idea's for controls that would make your application bette please let me know. I will look into how much effort it would take to build it. Also, if you have any enhancement idea's for the current controls, I would like to hear about it
Thu, 22 Jan 2009 04:00:00 ESTThis paper by FUSE explores productized releases, qualities of service (QoS), licensing of open source technology, enterprise support and professional services and extensibility, and how to get the most out of the cost savings, vendor neutrality and innovation of open source. Click here to download the White Paper by FUSE now.
Wed, 06 Jun 2007 20:00:00 EDTTools For Development of Rich Internet Applications
Thu, 25 May 2006 17:15:00 EDTThe conviction of Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling was in no small part to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) legislation. Does this mean the government has done something right? Does it mean the government may be on the right track on another issue, Net Neutrality?
Thu, 04 May 2006 14:00:00 EDTStorage and Enterprise IT Analyst Marc Farley comments on the newly announced Quantum acquisition of ADIC. The $770 million acquisition can be viewed as a defensive move, but it also strengthens Quantum's story while competing against major enterprise IT vendors Sun Microsystems, HP, and IBM, Farley says in this exclusive podcast.
Tue, 02 May 2006 22:15:00 EDTSYS-CON author Frank Cohen, who also authored the book 'Java Testing and Design,' appeared with SYS-CON West Coast Bureau Chief Roger Strukhoff and IT Analyst Marc Farley on a recent 'TechMash' podcast, in which he addressed the challenges of developing and deploying AJAX applications in a variety of enterprises.
Mon, 01 May 2006 08:00:00 EDTThe growing influence of AJAX has been featured at SYS-CON events over the past several weeks, with a primary focus on the developer side of the equation. But what about the IT management aspects. Enterprise IT analyst Marc Farley joins Roger Strukhoff in a discussion about AJAX and IT, and also considers issues relating to Net Neutrality as well as Microsoft's recent China investment in this exclusive podcast.
Thu, 27 Apr 2006 10:15:00 EDTMarc Farley, president of Building Storage, Inc., was interviewed by SYS-CON West Coast Bureau Chief Roger Strukhoff about the CEO transition at Sun, specifically about how Sun's storage strategy was, in his opinion, a bad deal at the time and one that does not bode well for the future.
Sat, 04 Feb 2006 19:45:00 ESTIt's been a wet and wild January in Silicon Valley. Major Web 2.0 companies Yahoo and Google, in particular, have been in the news recently, with their executives now being covered like major celebrities. Can paparazzi be far behind?
Thu, 05 Jan 2006 21:30:00 ESTWill Google be subverting Microsoft's market dominance? This is the question of the hour within the entire technology industry, large parts of which are gathered in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show. Larry Page is expected to make an announcement of a $200 PC that may run an operating system developed by Google, at his keynote speech on Friday, January 6.
Mon, 02 Jan 2006 19:15:00 ESTHappy New Year to all of SYS-CON's readers! The start of the year marks the 15th birthday of the Worldwide Web, and the key people and companies associated it show no signs of slowing down. The Web has re-created a culture of loosely coupled, highly performing applications, driven by acronyms such as SOA and AJAX, all of which SYS-CON is covering through its editorial, Internet TV, and events.
Thu, 29 Dec 2005 20:30:00 ESTLinux creator Linus Torvalds issued a Christmas Eve exhortation to members of the Linux kernel mailing list (www.lkml.org) to help him test Linux 2.6.15-rc7. Revealing classic geek-think in assuming that most mailing list members were going to be 'bored out of their minds' on Christmas Day, he asked that developers work with him on the final stages of this release, which is due by the New Year.
Tue, 27 Dec 2005 16:15:00 ESTIt's time for the Top 10 predictions of 2006. SYS-CON Publishing Director Jeremy Geelan spoke with several industry leaders to get their fearless predictions for the new year. Meanwhile, SYS-CON' Real-World AJAX Seminar is set to be held at the Marriott Marquis in New York on March 13.
Mon, 12 Dec 2005 19:15:00 ESTSYS-CON Events has announced the first 'iTVcon Internet TV Conference & Expo, to be held in New York. Calls for papers, delegate registration, and information about sponsorship and exhibit opportunities can be found at the conference website, www.itvcon.com.
Fri, 18 Nov 2005 17:00:00 ESTThe industry's leading SOA web services companies debated technical merits and strategic philosophies during an hour-long webcast hosted by SYS-CON Publishing Director Jeremy Geelan and popular JDJ contributor Yakov Fain.
Wed, 16 Nov 2005 15:30:00 ESTMacromedia and Limelight Networks have announced the immediate availability of Limelight MediaEdge Streaming for Macromedia Flash.
Thu, 10 Nov 2005 21:30:00 ESTSYS-CON publishing director Jeremy Geelan analyzes the recent 'leaked' memos by Microsoft's Ray Ozzie and Bill Gates.
Fri, 21 Oct 2005 17:00:00 EDTMySQL CEO Marten Mickos defended his company's SCO agreement and touted the company's upcoming MySQL 5.0 in an exclusive interview.
Wed, 19 Oct 2005 11:45:00 EDTBill Gates has proclaimed a golden age of software, Macromedia has opened its MAX 2005 event, SYS-CON travels to India, and Dion Hinchcliffe questions the future of cyberspace.
Mon, 26 Sep 2005 10:00:00 EDTSYS-CON columnists Jeremy Geelan and Derek Ferguson offer a contrasting view of web services. A blogger's handbook is released.
Thu, 22 Sep 2005 16:00:00 EDTThe latest Firefox browser from Mozilla addresses previous flaws. Google has publicly responded to a copyright infringement lawsuit. SOA is in the news again. IBM's David Ferrucci talks about UIMA.
Tue, 20 Sep 2005 18:00:00 EDTMicrosoft announced a major re-org as it strives to compete with Google and Yahoo in a renewed Internet Age. Oracle held its annual event, and the Eclipse Foundation announced that Nokia is one of its new board members.
Wed, 14 Sep 2005 11:00:00 EDTMajor announcements from Oracle, IBM, eBay, Sybase, salesforce.com, and an intriguing preview by Bill Gates have all made for a big week in the technology industry.
Wed, 07 Sep 2005 15:00:00 EDTKatrina help is continuing, including a pair of new websites devoted to missing/safe person information. Apple and Motorola make big news with announcement of the Razr phone. Nexaweb names a new CEO, and Microsoft's Steve Ballmer talks about midsize companies.
Sat, 03 Sep 2005 16:00:00 EDTNumerous technology companies are donating money and provide goods and services in an effort to provide relief to the hundreds of thousands of victism of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.
Fri, 02 Sep 2005 14:00:00 EDTDemonstrating the role that Internet technologies can play in disaster relief and recovery, the Santa Barbara, CA-based National Institute for Urban Search and Rescue (NIUSR) has launched a web site aimed at facilitating the location of victims of Hurricane Katrina. The web site presents a consolidated source of information about missing persons with information collected from a number of missing persons lists and web sites. The victim location website, http://www.niusr.org/, serves as a place where families and loved ones can identify those missing or known to be safe.
Thu, 01 Sep 2005 18:00:00 EDTAn IBM-sponsored study shows Linux with a lower TCO than Solaris or Windows for J2EE environments. JBoss is sponsoring a portlet contest for developers. IBM has completed its DWL acquisition. Yakov Fain is talking about open source on SYS.CON.TV and at www.sys-con.com
Wed, 31 Aug 2005 16:00:00 EDTEarthlink disputes that Microsoft'Phishing Filter is first of a kind. PodSpider delivers access to podcasts. OnDemand Webservices delivers easy web services. Java and .NET vulnerabilities explored.
Mon, 29 Aug 2005 13:00:00 EDT'There it is,' wrote Linus Torvalds in announcing Linux 2.6.13. He added that changes people might want to make won't have to wait too long, as he plans to shorten the timeframe between releases of the open-source operating system.
Sat, 27 Aug 2005 16:00:00 EDTMacromedia is holding seminars throughout the world in conjunction with its rollout of Studio 8. Apple will be buying G4 chips until the end of 2008, a year beyond its initial announcement of a transition to Intel. DataDirect has a new XML tutorial. Who are the Top 10 search companies?
Fri, 26 Aug 2005 12:00:00 EDTMicrosoft's Virtual Server 2005 Service Pack 1 is now called Virtual Server 2005 R2, due to significant enhancements that take it beyond the scope of a normal service pack. VitalStream will support newly launched Macromedia Flash 8 Player. Two universities have received funding for search research.
Thu, 25 Aug 2005 18:00:00 EDTMicrosoft is attempting to contact the OSDL for the purpose of conducting a joint analysis of Windows vs. Linux. Sybase and BMC extended a strategic agreement at this year's TechWave in Las Vegas.
Wed, 24 Aug 2005 18:00:00 EDTIntel will concentrate on developing more energy-efficient microprocessors, according to company CEO Paul Otellini. Baidu feels the effects of overvaluation. Kapow customers benefit from BEA/Plumtree merger.
Tue, 23 Aug 2005 17:00:00 EDTBEA has acquired Plumtree Systems for $200 million. SYS-CON Media will hold its second annual 'Application Server Shootout' pay-per-view event in October. Is EnterpriseDB Oracle?s biggest nightmare?
Mon, 22 Aug 2005 15:00:00 EDTTechWave opens in Las Vegas. Wily 6 Announced. Torvalds defends Ozzie action. Eclipse Offers CDT.
Sat, 20 Aug 2005 19:00:00 EDTNovell plans to sell 250,000 units of Linux into Argentina this year. Google remains the leader in search, although its competitors are closing the gap. SOA is moving past pilot projects and into the enterprise IT mainstream.
Fri, 19 Aug 2005 13:00:00 EDTApple has re-released a security patch for Tiger OS X. Symbian shipments tripled in the most recent quarter. Linux tries to enforce its trademark in Australia. IBM and JBoss show new commitments to open source.
Thu, 18 Aug 2005 15:45:00 EDTGoogle will issue 14 million new public shares. The company will tough to remove from its leadership position, according to a SYS-CON.TV interview with John Dvorak. Also interviewed on SYS-CON.TV is Aduva CEO Zev Laderman, who talks about the company's product porting to IBM.
Wed, 17 Aug 2005 14:00:00 EDTThe Zotob virus is easy to fix, but is propagating rapidly throughout major media companies and other corporations. Meanwhile, technology journalist John Dvorak discusses open source and its potential in a wide-ranging interview on SYS-CON.TV
Tue, 16 Aug 2005 12:00:00 EDTBruce Perens says 'we have to fix the law' when it comes to the method of granting patents, during a wide-ranging interview with SYS-CON.TV. Other top stories include Google's Geico gambit, the rise (and fall) of C#, and a recent software validation between IBM and SOA Software.
Mon, 15 Aug 2005 13:45:00 EDTThe Mozilla Firefox browser has now reached 80 million downloads, as it continues to intrude into the marketspace dominated in recent years by Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Linus Torvalds thinks patents are bad, and explains why. JXTA is explained in a new white paper, and Coach Wei talks about XML development.
Sun, 14 Aug 2005 13:00:00 EDTIs Google responsible for the information that its technology uncovers? Should it be working on ways to protect individual privacy? Maybe not, but the company certainly did not like getting hoisted by its own cyberpetard.
Sat, 13 Aug 2005 15:30:00 EDTGoogle backs off from book scanning. The PTO rejects an Apple iPod application. Eclipse guru Arthur Ryman starts a SYS-CON blog. Oracle clusters with Novell.
Fri, 12 Aug 2005 14:00:00 EDTCisco's CMO will speak about balancing creativity with accountability at an upcoming European forum. Oracle faces a new threat from start-up EnterpriseDB. JetBlue is deploying web services from SOA Software. AJAX is hot, and getting 'rich.'
Thu, 11 Aug 2005 11:00:00 EDTJohn Dvorak praised Microsoft's anti-spam efforts but wonders about its culture of innovation. Jeremy Geelan comments on a renewed technology industry. LinuxWorld Expo concludes after a week-long run.
Wed, 10 Aug 2005 11:00:00 EDTNovell announced Open SuSE at LinuxWorld Expo in San Francisco, and award winners at this year's show were also announced. Yahoo buys a Chinese company, and Linux-based phones are on PalmSource's agenda.
Tue, 09 Aug 2005 09:00:00 EDTGoogle has responded unfavorably to a CNET report that googled personal information about Google CEO Eric Schmidt. A major identify theft ring is discovered. Microsoft receives $7 million settlement from a spam king. And Macromedia's announcement continues to be big.
Mon, 08 Aug 2005 11:00:00 EDTMacromedia has made the most significant product launch in the company's history, with Studio 8. LinuxWorld Expo opens in San Francisco, with major announcements from Novell and Siebel, both of which are showing a new commitment to enterprise open source.