Breaking the rules with open source | CNET

September 7th, 2004

Breaking the rules with open source | CNET News.com: "In the space of five months, John Roberts started a software company and delivered its first product to thousands of potential customers--a process that could easily have taken years. His secret? Open-source development.

Chapter 4: Repositories

September 3rd, 2004

Chapter 4: Repositories: "A repository is the official place where you store all your source code. It keeps track of all your files, as well as the layout of the directories in which they are stored. It resides on a server where it can be shared by all the members of your team.

Tableau making name for itself: “Started as a gove…

August 31st, 2004

Tableau making name for itself: "Started as a government research project on the Stanford campus seven years ago, the team behind Tableau worked down the hall from Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. In fact, the two companies share more than a common address, co-founder and CEO Christian Chabot said.

Three Years of Hell to Become the Devil | RSS and …

August 31st, 2004

Three Years of Hell to Become the Devil | RSS and Blogspot: "Today, I'm happy to say that betwixt Ann Althouse and myself, we managed to come up with a fix. Or rather, we've tested the FeedBurner service, and it seems to be working. You'll note that Prof.

Strategies for small fish in a big pond | CNET News

August 31st, 2004

Strategies for small fish in a big pond | CNET News.com: "Editor's note: Welcome to the age of business interdependence, say HBS professor Marco Iansiti and collaborator Roy Levien, authors of the new HBSP book, 'The Keystone Advantage: What the New Dynamics of Business Ecosystems Mean for Strategy, Innovation, and Sustainability.

Microsoft to show off Team tools | CNET News

August 27th, 2004

Microsoft to show off Team tools | CNET News.com: "Microsoft next month plans to distribute an updated beta version of its Visual Studio 2005 development tool that includes the first fruits of the company's ambitious initiative for team development.

The software giant has put together the early version, or community technology preview, of Visual Studio Team System and will provide it to developers at the VSLive conference in Orlando, Fla.

Google to Bloggers: Get Your Ad Share

August 26th, 2004

Google to Bloggers: Get Your Ad Share:

"Google Inc. is making it easier for Webloggers to earn extra cash, while expanding the reach of its search-based advertising.

Its Blogger service this week put out a call to bloggers to share in advertising revenues by joining Google's AdSense program, which displays advertisements targeted to the keywords in a site's content.

Wired News | The War Room: “For decades, the enter…

August 21st, 2004

Wired News | The War Room: "For decades, the entertainment industry and the military were advancing the science of simulation on widely divergent tracks. The Pentagon focused on developing high-end proprietary systems like the Close Combat Tactical Trainer - a networked tank simulator that costs about 241 million - while game developers loaded 2449 first-person shooters with enough pixelated firepower to convey the dynamics of skeletal trauma and the physics of explosions in ever-closer-to-real time.

SilverLake/i3 merger: SilverLake Resources and IBM

August 17th, 2004

SilverLake/i3 merger: "SilverLake Resources is an authorized IBM Business Partner and Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner. The merger will further extend the new company%92s broad portfolio of enterprise-class integration and application solutions.