By Tom Foremski
for Tom Foremski: IMHO
| January 18, 2008 -- 13:14 GMT (05:14 PST)
| Topic: Developer
Analysis: Does Google's $1B revenue miss reveal a flawed business model?
Survey: Trust in tech giants is 'broken'
RSA Conference and the dismal nature of cybersecurity (Reporter's Notebook)
Technology and the Arts: Celebrating Ballerina, a computer language of integration
Microsoft makes Windows Server 1903 generally available
The Windows Server complement to the Windows 10 May 2019 update, a k a Server 1903, is available for download. Here's what's new.
Microsoft to devs: No, Windows Terminal is not replacing 30-year old Windows Console
Microsoft's new Windows Terminal terminal emulator causes jitters among Windows developers.
Some Elasticsearch security features are now free for everyone
Company makes TLS support and fine-grained user/role management free for everyone.
Arduino just unveiled four new powerful and cheap Nano boards
Four new Nano boards join Arduino's lineup.
Google uses Gmail to track everything you buy online
Google puts all your online orders into a single page using purchase receipts stored in Gmail.
Stack Overflow says hackers breached production systems
Stack Overflow said it detected a security breach over the weekend.
Using Raspberry Pi and a 3D printed case, this guy's made a slick mini-laptop
It's not cost-effective, but this engineer has laid out all that's need to build your own handheld computer.
Want one of the best paid entry-level jobs? Learn this 20-year-old programming language
New figures show 'Java developer' as the eighth highest-paid, entry-level role in America.
Intel rolls out Clear Linux Developer Edition