Works with IBM to help college students gain skills to run, maintain
the high-end systems. BM has worked hard in recent years to keep its
mainframe franchise attractive to IT managers. The company has made the
high-end machines Linux and Java friendly and it has developed
application-specific specialty processors. It’s also created a
worldwide training program to increase the pool of students with
mainframe skills. Continue reading at computerworld . Kleber Rodrigo de Carvalho
Keynote: The Future of Java Innovation Presented by Rod Johnson . Rod is one of the world’s leading authorities on Java and J2EE
development. He is a best-selling author, experienced consultant, and
open source developer, as well as a popular conference speaker. Rod is
the founder of the Spring Framework, which began from code published
with Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development. Along with Juergen
Hoeller, he continues to lead the development of Spring. Kleber Rodrigo de Carvalho
Do you still do a confusion between Intel core 2 duo vs Intel dual core ? We also have others king of processors: Pentium Dual-Core - The Pentium Dual-Core brand refers to mainstream x86-architecture
microprocessors from Intel. They are based on either the 32-bit Yonah
or (with quite different microarchitectures) 64-bit Merom, Allendale,
and, more recently, with the launch of the model E5200, Wolfdale core,
targeted at mobile or desktop computers. In terms of features, price
and performance at a given clock frequency, Pentium... [More]
In response to: Comments as Blog Postings Hi Bobby
I have used a lot of blog's comment and blog's recommendation (star icon), however I haven't used comments as blog postings. It's a very useful tool.
Thank you for explain this feature.
I need to thank you to comment as blog postings, my post about SOA for Dummies. I just had bookmarked it, however post the link of book on the blog, I can spread that useful reference of SOA to beginner and as I have showed the book to my students and they enjoyed it, then I decide to share this... [More]
Larry Elisson spoke about Oracle acquisition of Sun, and mentioned about the Future of Java. Take a look: Larry Ellison on the Future of Java: "Expanded Investment" - Video Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema posted a succinct summary of this appearance as well. I already posted some links about Oracle acquisition of Sun through my personal blog: What will Oracle’s Planned Acquisition of Sun Mean for Java Java 7, What will be the future with Oracle/Sun merge Oracle Adds New Exhibit to Java Technology Museum Oracle Wants To Be The Apple... [More]
Jim Coughlin escreveu um artigo no seu blog como a IBM preve 9 tendências para trabalho inteligente para 2009. Veja o artigo em português do Brasil e em inglês também. IBM Prediz 9 Tendências de Trabalho Inteligentes para 2009 IBM Predicts 9 Smart Work Trends for 2009 Kleber Rodrigo de Carvalho
Service Oriented Architecture For Dummies, 2nd IBM Limited Edition .
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the most important technology
initiative facing businesses today. SOA is game changing, and early SOA
successes make it clear that SOA is here to stay. This book introduces
you to the basics of SOA in context with the real life experiences of
seven companies. Seen through the varied business environments depicted
in each of the case studies, we hope you will recognize that SOA is
more than a bunch of new software products strung... [More]
Akita (Ruby on Rails Specialist in Brazil) had a great time interviewing several interesting Rubysts and Railers on their new projects.
I think you will like to hear what they have to say.
RailsConf 09 - Exclusive Audio Interviews Kleber Rodrigo de Carvalho
I'm developer with focus on Java platform, however I'm studying in my Master Business Administration course, high available enterprise server architecture. I already studied mainframe architecture then I realized that there are a lot of technologies in our UNIX servers nowadays that already had in mainframe environment a long time ago. I was googling about System Z and I found out IBM WebSphere System z Software Podcasts .
Take a look on this podcast series, I listened some episodes and I really enjoy it.
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I was reading SmartSOA blog about Top 5 Announcements from IBM Impact 2009 , then I found out the SmartSOA channel on youtube , and specially I like this video about Smart Work for a Smarter Planet. I'm an IBMer . Check it out . Kleber Rodrigo de Carvalho
While Web 2.0 has been a huge hit with consumers, some businesses have been much slower to embrace it. Many companies, however, are now realizing the great potential of Web 2.0 and how Web 2.0 services such as YouTube, Twitter, and SlideShare can provide value to their organizations. See how businesses can exploit the power of Web 2.0 services while simultaneously improving workplace relationships. Empower your employees to share information that helps generate sales leads, aids in recruitment, and assists in strengthening your company's brand,... [More]
When I think about grid computing I think about an application such as SETI@home .
Grid computing is the application of several computers to a single
problem at the same time, usually to a scientific or technical problem
that requires a great number of computer processing cycles or access to
large amounts of data. What distinguishes grid computing from
conventional cluster computing systems is that grids tend to be more
loosely coupled, heterogeneous, and geographically dispersed. Also,
while a computing grid may be dedicated to a... [More]
developerWorks podcasts are amazing. I'm working and listening Ami Dewar and John Muller on My
developerWorks design factors. It was from Tuesday April 28, 2009, yes
I need to decrease my developerWorks podcasts backlog list. Kleber Rodrigo de carvalho
Data that provides valuable insight into significant trends for Internet usage.
IE is still the number 1 with 66%, however FF is with 22%.
Poor Chrome 1,42%, it is behind of Safari 8%.
Source - Browser Market Share Source - Browser Version Market Share It isn't good. There are persons using IE 6 which doesn't have the last security patches.
I'm still using FF as my main browser. There is no Chrome on Linux yet, because that I didn't install it so far.
When Google released the first version of its Chrome web browser, many eyebrows... [More]
If you need learning JEE ( Java Enterprise Edition) formerly known as
J2EE, with Wesphere Aplication Server, I really recommend the sources
below: Redbook - Experience Java EE! Using WebSphere Application Server
Community Edition 2.1 This redbook is a hands-on guide to developing a comprehensive
Java™ EE application using WebSphere® Application Server
Community Edition v2.1 (WASCE). I recommend it who is interesting in developing JEE aplication. It's important to know that WebSphere® Application... [More]
In response to: Get yourself some Brazilians Hi
I'm Brazilian, but your kid plays soccer better than me, for sure :)
Actually I prefer Ronaldo instead of Kaka. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krNsP_4qKEk
This match was last Sunday, Ronaldo is (a little bit) fat, however he is still the phenomenon.
Also I'm Corinthians supporter, the team which Ronaldo is playing now :)
Lately I've been studying mainframe architecture because I'm responsible for production operations of an application and since August/2008 it is running over zLinux architecture. I'm listing below some useful source about zlinux. It's in order by year. Redbook - Achieving High Availability on Linux for System z with Linux-HA Release 2 - 2009 As Linux® on System z® becomes more prevalent and mainstream in the
industry, the need for it to deliver higher levels of availability is
also increasing. IBM® supports the Linux High Availability (HA)... [More]