Scott Hanselman published an interesting blog post (Your words are wasted) this past weekend that discusses ownership of user-generated content in social media. While Scott's post was primarily concerned with blogging and related social media services like Twitter, Facebook and Google+, I think it raises questions about data ownership ...
Articles tagged with open source:
- BTARN BizTalk 06 R2 SP1
- Do people do BizTalk Versioning?
- Another little versioning Gotcha
- How Intelligent is BizTalk 2010’s Intelligent Mapper?
- Rackspace Has Open Sourced Its Cloud Platform
- FLOSS Weekly 128: OpenStack (podcast)
- Handling Transactions in SQL Azure
- Windows Azure Architecture Guide – Part 1 Now Available
- Using the Cloud: Two Examples
- New Windows Azure Service, The Archivist, Helps you Export, Archive and Analyze Tweets
- Does the Cloud Need Server Virtualization ...
BizTalk / M
- The H Factor for Media Types
- RESTful Web services with Apache Wink, Part 2: Advanced topics in Apache Wink REST development
- DELETE and 201 Created
- Is the Future of SOA Open Source?
- A Web-Oriented Architecture (WOA) Un-Manifesto
- Practical Advice for SOA Implementers
I want to like KDE 4, I really do. I have been running a KDE desktop since version 2.1. I loved the changes that came in version 3.x. Most of my favorite Linux applications are KDE-based. The numerous bugs and instability in KDE 4 have finally taken their ...
This is just something I have been mulling over in my mind. Is there really a point to working on open source software for the Windows platform? Does it make sense to expend time and effort building software for a closed operating system? Would it not make more sense to ...
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