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How to Quickly Solve Technical Problems With “Straw Man” Technique

by Chris Durand, CTO

Are you looking for new way to solve pressing technical problems? Well, I’ve found one, and I recommend it for anyone looking for a fast way to start a problem-solving process. 707 more words


Docker acquires Orchard Laboratories to beef up its tool collection

Docker, the container management startup that’s taken the world by storm in recent months, has bought Orchard Laboratories for an undisclosed amount. Orchard is a London-based two-man development shop that crafts tools out of the Docker platform. 299 more words


Microsoft will add more Open-Source Projects To Azure

At O’Reilly’s Open Source Convention in Portland, Ore., today, Microsoft’s Open Technologies subsidiary announced two new partnerships that bring support for more open source technologies to the Microsoft Azure platform. 120 more words


Database Developments

Thank you for visiting my website, i started this website to pursue interest in the database application development on desktop and web platform. After building the University of Papua New Guinea Student Information systems to its current level that enrolls, register and graduate students i decided to be a technology evangelist in the application development.With systems complexities and external factors in the overall ICT sector the challenge for quality data control remains a challenge for data administrators. 154 more words

Hire Professional Android Application Developer for Business App

It doesn’t matter whether you are looking to develop a new Android application or just want to customize older ones; the thing that matters is for that you have to hire a professional android app developer. 411 more words

Application Development

How Docker is trying to avoid the dreaded fork to avoid getting ahead of itself (again)

Containers are the word of the day in enterprise computing right now, promising a new method of deploying applications and attracting the support of cloud providers and software vendors such as Google, Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM and Rackspace. 1,267 more words

Cloud Computing

Findings from 451's DevOps study -- DevOps Days Austin

Today we come to the final interview from DevOps Days Austin.  I began the series with an interview with Andrew Clay Shafer who gave the first-day keynote.   191 more words