The phrase “Facebook is rolling out something new” always charges the air with a mixture of excitement, curiosity and anxiety. One of the more recent innovations was threaded conversations and ranked comments.
I recently read a white paper by Stephen Lacey from Greentech Media that I think you may find interesting. He talks about “intelligent efficiency” from an energy perspective. What is “intelligent efficiency” you ask?
On June 1, 2012 the OTNArchBeat Facebook Page had 521 fans. As of today that page now has 2,479 fans, an increase of over 375%. Thanks to all those people who follow the page for making that happen!
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IT General Controls form an important part of an organizations control environment. A typical organization has multiple IT systems with varied IT infrastructure increasing the need for ITGCs to monitor these systems. Before we look in details on how to handle IT General Control deficiencies, it is worth re-looking at the definition of ITGCs. “ITGCs [...]
Oracle releases periodic early access snapshots of the binaries and documentation for JDK 8 snapshots on java.net. These raw snapshots let you review and contribute to the Java SE platform as it is being developed. Please download the latest preview updates JDK 8, the next generation of the Java Development Kit. Kick the tires, give it a test drive and share your feedback. You can get the source code through the OpenJDK jdk8 project.
Sometimes all you want to update is Java, and not your entire Oracle Solaris environment. But Java is packaged as part of the Oracle Solaris systems software, and Oracle recommends that you update all the system software at once, since it was tested together.
What can you do?