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wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino
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LDC Via: how does it work?
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LDC Via: how does it work?
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Bits or pieces?: Open source as weapon
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Bits or pieces?: Open source as weapon
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NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 Supercomputer-on-Module Drives Next Wave of Autonomous Machines | Parallel Forall
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[Webinar] IBM Mail Next and Notes Domino Roadmap - YouTube
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NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 Supercomputer-on-Module Drives Next Wave of Autonomous Machines | Parallel Forall
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IBM Connections Cloud wiki : Troubleshooting Administration : Cheat Sheet: Firewall Settings for IBM Connections Cloud S1
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wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino
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Unlocking your Sony Xperia Z* boot loader C6503 ~ Ray blogs about - Linux
Wed, Jul 30th 2014 9
Living with and fixing the Sony Xperia ZL C6503 - Battery Sudden Death problem ~ Ray blogs about - Linux
Wed, Jul 30th 2014 9
Microsoft's "Secret" Mail Migration Tool
Sun, Nov 16th 2014 9
Installing the amazing XZDualRecovery - PhilZ Touch and CWM and TWRP ~ Ray blogs about - Linux
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The 16 Best Meeting Scheduler Apps and Tools
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IBM’s upcoming blockchain release could change the internet | ExtremeTech
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Ray Davies
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wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino
Sun, Apr 3rd 2016 10:17a   Ray Davies
wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino: 'via Blog this' An interesting article written by Stephan Wissel. -------------------------------- A while ago I shared how to use vert.x with a Notes client, which ultimately let me put an Angular face on my inbox and inspired the CrossWorlds project. I revisited vert.x which is now 3.2.1 and no longer beta. On a Domino Linux server (I don't have Windows) and on a Mac Notes client the JVM is 64 Bit, which makes the configuration easier (no -w32 swit
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wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino
Fri, Feb 19th 2016 12:20p   Ray Davies
wissel.net :: Vert.x and Domino: 'via Blog this' An interesting article written by Stephan Wissel. -------------------------------- A while ago I shared how to use vert.x with a Notes client, which ultimately let me put an Angular face on my inbox and inspired the CrossWorlds project. I revisited vert.x which is now 3.2.1 and no longer beta. On a Domino Linux server (I don't have Windows) and on a Mac Notes client the JVM is 64 Bit, which makes the configuration easier (no -w32 swit
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LDC Via: how does it work?
Tue, Jan 5th 2016 5:49a   Ray Davies
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3901059929414555906 http://ldcvia.com/index.html LDC Via offers a comprehensive programming model to make the most of your organisation’s data: a RESTful API provides secure access to everything you need, and you can build a new front-end to your data using whatever technology you wish—our own LDC Via Lens offering lets you build a simple interface with no code at all! Whether migrated using our web application or a local installation of the J
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LDC Via: how does it work?
Tue, Jan 5th 2016 4:49a   Ray Davies
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3901059929414555906 http://ldcvia.com/index.html LDC Via offers a comprehensive programming model to make the most of your organisation’s data: a RESTful API provides secure access to everything you need, and you can build a new front-end to your data using whatever technology you wish—our own LDC Via Lens offering lets you build a simple interface with no code at all! Whether migrated using our web application or a local installation of the J
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Bits or pieces?: Open source as weapon
Sun, Dec 6th 2015 4:56p   Ray Davies
Open source as weaponI often talk about the use of an open play as weapon, a mechanism of changing the environment you exist in. Back in 2011, when I examined the phenotypic changes of companies (due to a particular cycle known as peace, war and wonder - more details here) there was a pronounced change in attitude in the next generation of companies from the use of open means for simply cost reduction to the provision of open means (source, APIs, data) to manipulate the market (see table 1). Tab
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Bits or pieces?: Open source as weapon
Sun, Dec 6th 2015 3:56p   Ray Davies
Open source as weaponI often talk about the use of an open play as weapon, a mechanism of changing the environment you exist in. Back in 2011, when I examined the phenotypic changes of companies (due to a particular cycle known as peace, war and wonder - more details here) there was a pronounced change in attitude in the next generation of companies from the use of open means for simply cost reduction to the provision of open means (source, APIs, data) to manipulate the market (see table 1). Tab
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NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 Supercomputer-on-Module Drives Next Wave of Autonomous Machines | Parallel Forall
Fri, Nov 13th 2015 2:33a   Ray Davies
Today NVIDIA introduced Jetson TX1, a small form-factor Linux system-on-module, destined for demanding embedded applications in visual computing. Designed for developers and makers everywhere, the miniature Jetson TX1 (figure 1) deploys teraflop-level supercomputing performance onboard platforms in the field. Backed by the Jetson TX1 Developer Kit, a premier developer community, and a software ecosystem including Jetpack, Linux For Tegra R23.1, CUDA Toolkit 7, cuDNN, and VisionWorks, Jetson en
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NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 Supercomputer-on-Module Drives Next Wave of Autonomous Machines | Parallel Forall
Fri, Nov 13th 2015 2:33a   Ray Davies
Today NVIDIA introduced Jetson TX1, a small form-factor Linux system-on-module, destined for demanding embedded applications in visual computing. Designed for developers and makers everywhere, the miniature Jetson TX1 (figure 1) deploys teraflop-level supercomputing performance onboard platforms in the field. Backed by the Jetson TX1 Developer Kit, a premier developer community, and a software ecosystem including Jetpack, Linux For Tegra R23.1, CUDA Toolkit 7, cuDNN, and VisionWorks, Jetson en
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Call to Open Source OS/2 Software - OS2World Community
Wed, Nov 4th 2015 2:36a   Ray Davies
Interesting. These days, with the announcement of Blue Lion, I think it is important to keep supporting open source software and recognize the benefit of this model. For several years I had been running an ongoing campaign to open source as much as OS/2 software as can be possible. I want to request your help by contacting any former OS/2 developers and request to make their software open source so it can benefit the OS/2 user community. Any former OS/2 developer that want to open source hi
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Call to Open Source OS/2 Software - OS2World Community
Wed, Nov 4th 2015 2:36a   Ray Davies
Interesting. These days, with the announcement of Blue Lion, I think it is important to keep supporting open source software and recognize the benefit of this model. For several years I had been running an ongoing campaign to open source as much as OS/2 software as can be possible. I want to request your help by contacting any former OS/2 developers and request to make their software open source so it can benefit the OS/2 user community. Any former OS/2 developer that want to open source hi
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Dell. EMC. HP. Cisco. These Tech Giants Are the Walking Dead | WIRED
Tue, Oct 13th 2015 2:34a   Ray Davies
HP. CISCO. DELL. EMC. IBM. Oracle. Think of them as the walking dead.Oh, sure, they’ll shuffle along for some time. They’ll sell some stuff. They’ll make some money. They’ll command some headlines. They may even do some new things. But as tech giants, they’re dead.This was driven home in wonderfully complete fashion this past Wednesday, thanks to a trio of events. If you don’t follow the seemingly uninteresting, enormously lucrative, and, in fact, endlessly fascinating world of enter
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Dell. EMC. HP. Cisco. These Tech Giants Are the Walking Dead | WIRED
Tue, Oct 13th 2015 2:34a   Ray Davies
HP. CISCO. DELL. EMC. IBM. Oracle. Think of them as the walking dead.Oh, sure, they’ll shuffle along for some time. They’ll sell some stuff. They’ll make some money. They’ll command some headlines. They may even do some new things. But as tech giants, they’re dead.This was driven home in wonderfully complete fashion this past Wednesday, thanks to a trio of events. If you don’t follow the seemingly uninteresting, enormously lucrative, and, in fact, endlessly fascinating world of enter
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Nathan Freeman presents Graphs in Action #MWLUG2015 IV102
Fri, Sep 25th 2015 5:54a   Ray Davies
This is great concept with a rubbish name. Graphs? Really? It seems to be a natural fit for Lotus Domino databases though. This may be of great interest to some of the die hard Lotus aficionados out there. http://setonmbi.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/a-new-breed-of-database-hopes-to-blend.html http://www.slideshare.net/ktree19/the-graph-revolution 1. The Graph revolution How to change the way you think about NSFs and achieve Nirvana Nathan T Freeman - #ChiefArchitect @RedPillDevelopment2.
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Nathan Freeman presents Graphs in Action #MWLUG2015 IV102
Fri, Sep 25th 2015 4:54a   Ray Davies
This is great concept with a rubbish name. Graphs? Really? It seems to be a natural fit for Lotus Domino databases though. This may be of great interest to some of the die hard Lotus aficionados out there. http://setonmbi.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/a-new-breed-of-database-hopes-to-blend.html http://www.slideshare.net/ktree19/the-graph-revolution 1. The Graph revolution How to change the way you think about NSFs and achieve Nirvana Nathan T Freeman - #ChiefArchitect @RedPillDevelopment2.
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A new breed of database hopes to blend the best of NoSQL and RDBMS - TechRepublic
Wed, Sep 23rd 2015 8:30a   Ray Davies
Image: iStock Relational databases like Oracle still dominate revenue. MongoDB dominates adoption. And Cassandra dominates scale.So, what does that leave the graph database?Though graph databases don't get as much press as their document and columnar-style peers, they fill a useful role within the enterprise. By giving developers a way to express relationships between data rather than fixating on the data itself, graph databases offer a powerful new way to tame the growing complexity of big da
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A new breed of database hopes to blend the best of NoSQL and RDBMS - TechRepublic
Wed, Sep 23rd 2015 8:30a   Ray Davies
Image: iStock Relational databases like Oracle still dominate revenue. MongoDB dominates adoption. And Cassandra dominates scale.So, what does that leave the graph database?Though graph databases don't get as much press as their document and columnar-style peers, they fill a useful role within the enterprise. By giving developers a way to express relationships between data rather than fixating on the data itself, graph databases offer a powerful new way to tame the growing complexity of big da
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wissel.net :: Let there be a light - Angular, nodeRED and Websockets
Fri, Sep 18th 2015 4:38a   Ray Davies
NodeRED has conquered a place in my permanent toolbox. I run an instance in Bluemix, on my local machine and on a Raspberry PI. I build a little demo where a light connected to a Particle lights up based on an event reaching a NodeRED instance. However I don't carry my IoT gear every time (got lots of funny looks at airport security for it), but I still want to demo the app. The NodeRED side is easy. I just added a websocket output node and the server side is ready to roll. On the browser si
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wissel.net :: Let there be a light - Angular, nodeRED and Websockets
Fri, Sep 18th 2015 4:38a   Ray Davies
NodeRED has conquered a place in my permanent toolbox. I run an instance in Bluemix, on my local machine and on a Raspberry PI. I build a little demo where a light connected to a Particle lights up based on an event reaching a NodeRED instance. However I don't carry my IoT gear every time (got lots of funny looks at airport security for it), but I still want to demo the app. The NodeRED side is easy. I just added a websocket output node and the server side is ready to roll. On the browser si
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IBM’s upcoming blockchain release could change the internet | ExtremeTech
Fri, Sep 18th 2015 4:35a   Ray Davies
IBM has announced that it will soon release its own, open source version of blockchain software — the public ledger system that lets Bitcoin work. It’s not a move to reinvent cryptocurrency, but an ambitious attempt to allow individuals and large corporations alike to make full use of everything the internet makes possible. It has the potential to decentralize the internet, making it both safer and more versatile in one fell swoop.A blockchain is just a database with special provisions buil
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IBM’s upcoming blockchain release could change the internet | ExtremeTech
Fri, Sep 18th 2015 4:35a   Ray Davies
IBM has announced that it will soon release its own, open source version of blockchain software — the public ledger system that lets Bitcoin work. It’s not a move to reinvent cryptocurrency, but an ambitious attempt to allow individuals and large corporations alike to make full use of everything the internet makes possible. It has the potential to decentralize the internet, making it both safer and more versatile in one fell swoop.A blockchain is just a database with special provisions buil
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IBM Buys StrongLoop To Add Node.js API Development To Its Cloud Platform | TechCrunch
Fri, Sep 11th 2015 3:11a   Ray Davies
IBM has today made another acquisition to expand its business in cloud services — specifically in the area of enterprise app development. It has acquired StrongLoop, a startup based in San Mateo that builds application development software for enterprises using the open source JavaScript programming language Node.js. This in turn enables enterprises to build mobile and cloud-based apps equipped with APIs to integrate with each other and handle high volumes of data between mobile, web and Inter
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IBM Buys StrongLoop To Add Node.js API Development To Its Cloud Platform | TechCrunch
Fri, Sep 11th 2015 3:11a   Ray Davies
IBM has today made another acquisition to expand its business in cloud services — specifically in the area of enterprise app development. It has acquired StrongLoop, a startup based in San Mateo that builds application development software for enterprises using the open source JavaScript programming language Node.js. This in turn enables enterprises to build mobile and cloud-based apps equipped with APIs to integrate with each other and handle high volumes of data between mobile, web and Inter
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Hear from the best at IBM Connect 2015
Fri, Aug 28th 2015 6:13a   Ray Davies
The countdown towards IBM Connect 2015 begins! The can’t miss half-day session on 3 September, brought to you by tech giant IBM in collaboration with Tech in Asia, seeks to provide attending startups tips on growth hacking their business. If you’re a founder looking at how you can scale your business quickly, this is the event for you.We’ve locked down several key speakers and VCs so here’s who you can meet:SpeakersThe morning event will kickoff with a welcome address delivered by Karthi
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IBM Teams With Canonical To Put Ubuntu Linux On Mainframes | TechCrunch
Mon, Aug 17th 2015 2:10a   Ray Davies
You might not think that ‘Linux’ and ‘mainframe’ belong in the same sentence, but IBM has been putting various flavors of Linux on its mainframe computers for 15 years. Today IBM and Canonical announced that the two companies were teaming up to build one running Ubuntu Linux. The new unit is called the LinuxOne.The announcement comes as part of a broader strategy from IBM designed to drive mainframe usage to a wider audience. This new approach includes a monthly subscription pricing mode
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Getting Loaded with IBM dashDB - BlueMix Dev
Fri, Aug 14th 2015 2:25a   Ray Davies
So you’ve heard the buzz about dashDB, and you’re ready to try out this amazing new cloud database offering from IBM. You signed up, got your brand new dashDB account, and you went ahead and created a database to hold your data. The next step is obvious: you need to get the data loaded. But how?There are many options open to you, including some tools that you might already be familiar with. But did you know that dashDB also provides easy-to-use options directly through the dashDB console? Th
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Et tu, Watson? IBM's supercomputer can critique your writing
Sun, Jul 19th 2015 6:16a   Ray Davies
Et tu, Watson? IBM's supercomputer can critique your writing: 'via Blog this' It's bad enough that robots are writing professionally (albeit badly), but now they're criticizing, too? IBM has unveiled the Watson Tone Analyzer, the latest tool in its "cognitive computing" suite of cooking, health, shopping and other apps. Once you input a piece of text, the system will perform a "tone check" to analyze three different aspects of it: emotional, social and writing style. Each of thos




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