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John Joyner reports on a demo of an enterprise application orchestration tool for industrial strength enterprise job scheduling and workflow automation.
Raven DB makes it easy to embrace a relational database management system alternative in your .NET applications. Get a feel for Raven DB and how it works with data.
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Co-operative Group IS director Ian Dyson discusses the tech driving the 150-year-old organisation
When you want to learn to program, taking classes and reading texts are useful exercises, but Chad Perrin says it's not enough. To really learn programming, you need to start writi...
Virtualization has evolved rapidly since it first began to be used on x86 servers in 2003, mainly for test and development. By 2007, the second generation, Virtualization 2.0, was ...
Read about a CDN for AJAX library delivery, Google can ignore URL parameters, Oracle's release of Berkeley DB 4.8, open source development, and more.
Intuitive ERP is aimed at the small to mid-market manufacturing enterprise who wants to maximize the efficiency of their business processes without making business more costly or c...
The Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler, which integrates with Oracle SQL Developer, is a standalone tool that supports logical, relational, multi-dimensional, and data type modeling...
Fuzzy relational data bases have been extensively studied in a theoretical level. Unfortunately, the repercussions of these works on the practical plan are negligible. Medina et al...