This week's open source cloud headlines featured doomsday predictions about the consequences of the Oracle and Google dispute; why Rackspace's first quarter earnings have some analysts scaling down cloud computing predictions; and a crop of interesting trends including moves to abandon hypervisors and go bare metal in the cloud.
Could Oracle Blow Up the Cloud?, WiredAn analysis of how the recen
2013 certainly started off with a bang in terms of tech business news, so we had a lot to talk about for CrunchWeek, that very special 10 minutes or so wherein a few of us writers gather ’round the TechCrunch TV studio and dish on the most compelling stories of the past seven days.
In this edition, Ms. Leena Rao, Mr.
On May 2, Canonical announced in a security notice that new vulnerabilities were found in the Linux 3.5 kernel, which powers the Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Linux operating system, and that they've released a fix for all of them.
I always thought that comics were cookie cutter stories for children where there was a black and white good and evil and the good guy always won. Then I saw the Dark Knight and realized that there might actually be some depth to them. Are there any comics that tell stories on par with some of the great literature of all time?
I know this has been posted countless times. But I'm not doing it as a complaint, rather as an observation and also my story on how I haven't GIVEN UP on Linux, but rather just rewritten my own personal use-case for it. I'd love to hear other stories.
When I first really jumped into Linux, I was totally hooked (I had also recently worked for Microsoft at the time).