Smartphones and tablets have lost their gadget status and become part of the system administrator’s tool kit. We look at the most important apps for admins.
Smartphones are now an essential business tool and there are hundreds of applications to choose from. Smartphones are a key part of any businessperson's gadget lineup and Android-based phones are among the most popular. We look at some of the best Android applications on offer.
Nowadays when someone says "gadget" we think of phones, tablets, or computers, but back in the day it was the namesake of a dim-witted cyborg detective. Inspector Gadget had all the coolest gadgets at his disposal, and all he had to do to use one was simply say "Go Go Gadget _____." Everyone wishes they could do this themselves, and now with Android Wear you can!
NFC has always struck me as one of those things that everyone says is going to get really big next year, and the growing number of smartphones and tablets that come bearing support for the standard is proof that at least a few people care about it. But what if you want to experience the NFC lifestyle but your gadget(s) of choice don’t play nice with it?
I wonder, seeing the Thousands of Apps that are available for Android & iOS Devices utilized for Multi-Categorized uses like Utility, Development, Games, etc and being an Linux System Administrator, I ever wonder if there will be a list of Apps designed especially for Linux System Administrators as well?
could you please introduce me to some programming tools that I could have that should be important to improve or test my code.
For example, a tool that shows how much processor is being taken, or software that either tries to crash my program or find bugs in it and report errors, tools to preview apps or softwares before coding it, or softwares for studying user interface..
I have been working as Solaris/Linux Admin since past 8 years. I am looking options for my profile change, but there is some limitation. I worked as 24x7 support for admin, server support, high availability, etc. But been worked on developing side and scripting part.
When I search for Big Data jobs on internet, most of them deal with java, scripts and development part.
Just as a craftsman is unlikely to purchase a new angle grinder every month, sys admins are unlikely to change constantly their tried and trusted tools. Columnist Charly Kühnast ditches this conservative philosophy this month, lured by the charms of a new logfile tool.