The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK.
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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 6.7 and includes the...
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A great deal has been written about the kind of commercial content that gets shared most voraciously on social media. In recent years there has been an equal amount of research going into that kind of thing, with studies into both the kind of content that gets shared, and the kinds of tweets that get shared.
For some organizations, having too little time and more responsibilities to attend to become a barrier to developing employees.
Do you remember way back when the Internet was still in a nascent period in a commercial sense? There was a site that achieved great viral success called The Million Dollar Homepage.
There have sadly been no end of examples over the past few years of people being caught out by posting things online that they thought were private, only for them to find their way into the wider world and bite them back.
I’ve been playing around recently with the Skillshare platform. If you’re not familiar with it, the site is a learning platform that allows people to either construct a course and publish it online, or for people to consume the aforementioned courses.
In any organization, having the right people on the job and performing tasks as expected can help maximize business productivity and ensure long-term success. Unfortunately, unfocused and unorganized executions often serve as major problems in many companies.
has been a lot in the media recently, and indeed on this blog, about
the data mining possibilities when it comes to recruitment, with many
employers harvesting our social profiles for clues and insights
regarding our suitability for a position.
Can you imagine how difficult it would be for a pilot to fly even the smallest aircraft without any flight instruments in their cockpit? Now think of a large, modern aircraft that carries hundreds of passengers on it.
Last week I looked at a new venture that was looking to crowdsource much of its core operations, from the kind of products they stock all the way down to their basic constitution. There have been a few examples of such attempts over the past few years, with mixed results. One of the more successful however is Wikistrat.
Oracle’s SPARC Systems are the most powerful machines which are ideal for the mission critical applications and computing. These high end servers are enormous but advantageous for applications in the Cloud, specifically Oracle Exadata for databases.
The outcome of any open innovation project rests on both the quality and quantity of participants you can encourage to engage with the project. Earlier this autumn I outlined some of the main motivating factors behind participation in open innovation
Steve Jobs was famous for taking a stand against traditional market research, telling us, “People don’t know what they want until you show it to them. That’s why I never rely on market research.”
Smartphones are an increasingly important part of our lives. A study released earlier this year showed that the majority of us keep our smartphones no further than 5 feet from us at all times. What’s more, 40% of respondents said they check their phone every 10 minutes or so.