Code Offsets: Who is Edgar Codd?
Codd has, hands down, the best and most intense stare in all of computer science history.
He also looks a hell of a lot like that guy from Monty Python, but probably more importantly,
he was the creator of the relational model. A theory of data management, the relational model was used as the foundation for relational databases.
Sep 28, 2016
DevOps in Action: Feed Replication supporting true collaboration
As mentioned in my previous post , multi-site replication is the mirroring of feeds across multiple ProGet instances.
Many of our ProGet Enterprise users have a scenario that requires common components, yet their instances are in different geographic locations.
Recently, one of our users described their set up of replication, and how, although not geographically dispersed, they still found a huge benefit from implementing replication.
Sep 22, 2016
BuildMaster from an IT, Linux perspective.
An automation tool can prove to be a real asset for IT professionals specializing in Linux.
As these folks are most concerned with infrastructure and maintaining its configuration, an automation tool can make their
day-to-day tasks more manageable, and their deployments more reliable.
Sep 16, 2016
Code Offsets: Who is Konrad Zuse?
Drawing heavily on Turing's work, Konrad Zuse invented and built the world’s first programmable computer, The Turing-complete Z3.
One of it’s ancestors, the Z4, became the first commercially available computer.
Sep 06, 2016