Call it 'streampunk.' Renowned Yale computer scientist David Gelernter explains why the web is coming to an end, and what's replacing it.
Service technology -- from SOA to cloud to IT service management -- promises many "-ilities": greater agility, flexibility, and reusability. Joe McKendrick explores the challenges and opportunities with service orientation, and how to capitalize on these emerging computing philosophies.
Joe McKendrick is an author, consultant and speaker specializing in trends and developments shaping the technology industry.
Organizations are going to the cloud in droves, but job descriptions are still lacking.
CloudPatterns.org, a community site for documenting patterns for cloud computing platforms and architectures, has been launched.
World Wide Web founder sees new horizons with HTML5, but warns against government overreach.
For software and anything else, it's far cheaper to do things right the first time, say software quality proponents Capers Jones and Ward Cunningham.
There's good disruption and bad disruption. Good disruption gets people to open their eyes to new futures.
Gartner's survey of 2,000 CIOs has found less emphasis on systems, more on digital business initiatives.
Enterprise architects have the toughest job in the world: changing peoples' minds.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark office seeks software developers' input on enhancing the quality of software patents, and will host roundtables next month in Silicon Valley and New York.
At State Street Corporation, cloud computing didn't pop out of a vacuum; its genesis was in service oriented architecture.