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A next big thing:  StreamBase

A next big thing: StreamBase

During my time at Demo last week I talked to Mike Stonebraker, who is an authentic database and computer science pioneer. He is credited with creating Ingres, Postgres, and Illustra database technology, and now is setting his sights on handling streaming, real-time data with his new company, StreamBase Systems.

February 20, 2005 by in Data Management

OSDL's Stuart Cohen Unplugged

OSDL's Stuart Cohen Unplugged

Meet Stuart Cohen, CEO of Open Source Development Labs. In some ways a product out of IBM's old school era, Cohen and his organization are the ecumenical North Pole of an open source world, which is struggling to straddle the fence between the direction it's going (business mainstream) and the place it came from (the hacker community).

February 18, 2005 by in Open Source



Jon Udell, tech writer, analyst, and developer, writes in his InfoWorld blog about his experiments with what he calls "screencasts" or narrated movies of software in action. Easy to do, apparently all it takes is a tool that captures screen video along with voiceover, and after some editing you can showcase application tips, capture and publish product demonstrations, and even make short documentaries.

February 17, 2005 by in Tech Industry

Novell's Messman on Groupwise, Hula, patents and Microsoft

Novell's Messman on Groupwise, Hula, patents and Microsoft

Ever since merging with Cambridge Technology Partners, Novell has been going through one of the most dramatic transformations ever undertaken by a current or former tech titan. The company has placed huge bets on open source and is also trying to leverage its Novell Directory Services legacy into an enduring franchise in the category of identity services.

February 16, 2005 by in Legal


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