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NASA's Johnson Space Center told TechRepublic the whole story behind one of the most important tools it uses to train astronauts: virtual reality. Learn how the agency pulled off VR's greatest triumph...
Hypertext Pre-Processor (PHP), a server side scripting language very often used to develop a web application. Web application has a big importance in communication over internet. W...
IBM's Node-RED visual coding tools are simplifying the job of wiring up today's world of computers, sensors and online services.
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Day to day management of virtual machines yields some interesting lessons. Here are 10 recommendations for working with VMware vCenter 5.1.
When your application fails, Chip Camden suggests creating a Small Test Program because it will help vendors and developers help you. Here's what is involved in creating such programs.
Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's May 2013 patches in your organization.
Learn how to UserVoice to provide help desk and feedback services for users. This powerful tool might make your developers, support staff, and users happy.
Your Kindle, therefore Amazon, knows more about your reading habits than you do. Is that something you want? Michael Kassner looks at eReaders and privacy issues.