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17 February 2015 Please join us as Baruch Sadogursky, Developer Advocate at JFrog, and Dave Gruber, Director of Developer Programs at Black Duck Software, review the challenges associated with managing increasing open source use and present automated approaches to gain visibility and control of your binaries.
26 February 2015 In this webinar, Paul Goossens from Maplesoft will demonstrate how using a single environment for every stage of the project, from initial concept to final deployment, will streamline the development process and eliminate the overhead and risks associated with changing environments.
The ability of the EPC to be implemented using commodity server hardware enables a virtualized packet core, where different workloads can be deployed on a common set of hardware.
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In this webcast, Andy Gurd, a Senior Go-To-Market Manager with IBM puts forth the ca...
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Google engineers explain the technology behind their autonomous vehicle and show videos of the road tests
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Exercise equipment that generates power is the latest fad. But will the economics work out?
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Stanford’s Tsachy Weissman and Vinith Misra created a fictional, but plausible, compression algorithm for HBO’s Silicon Valley comedy series
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How Kaspersky Lab tracked down the malware that stymied Iran’s nuclear-fuel enrichment program
Technologies such as VoLTE and HD Voice could improve sound quality, but cellular carriers aren’t deploying them fast enough
It takes several lifetimes to put a new energy system into place, and wishful thinking can’t speed things along