Archive for the ‘The Next Internet’ Category

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Apr 3, 2015
Just about every major platform and company today has an API that lets other users build on their platform. You can see it in effect all over the web -- many sites (like Yelp, Twitter, Google adn Facebook) offer APIs to allow for developers to incorporate functionality within into their page to enhance your experience on their site. There are some drawbacks to relying too heavily on APIs when developing a site or app, though. Many companies have realized this, and have moved to versioning… Read More
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Feb 17, 2015
Every day, IT organizations across the world are looking to implement better management approaches, more consistent IT practices and better processes. The need to leverage IT and development knowledge to improve overall organizational productivity has become critical to compete in the ever-changing data driven economy. Enter DevOps You could say DevOps is a direct response to the interdependence of software development and IT operations. Specifically, the resulting inefficiencies of silo'ing IT and software development can be costly. DevOps aims to help organizations rapidly produce software… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Apr 2, 2014
It is 25 years already!  Happy birthday to the World Wide Web!  Back in March of 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed a system that made it possible to share computer information digitally using nodes and links, forming a "web" that eventually scaled worldwide, becoming what we now know as the internet. We love anniversaries, we mark seminal moments in history with this type of recognition, but often miss the big picture. Anniversaries are all around, the dawn of Google, the first Tweet ever, the dawn… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Jan 20, 2014
I wrote the the following article on January 17th, 2014 for Wired.com - Innovation Insights Blog. Innovation Insights is a community blog and forum that I belong to, dedicated to new thinking for a new era in technology. The world of IT is changing at an ever-increasing pace. No one can tell in detail what the next big technologies will be, what they will be called or how they will exactly work. What you can count on are surprises and the continuation of some tech… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Sep 17, 2012
There has been plenty of discussion around both the Protect-IP Act (PIPA) and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) legislation. In short, SOPA and PIPA would require web hosting companies, like Codero, to police websites to stop the communication of potentially copyright-infringing information over the Internet. The legislation was so loose and non-specific that it would have paralyzed the flow of information on the information superhighway and hurt our customers, as well as customers of other hosting companies. CODERO is a leader in the fight: Codero… Read More
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Jan 13, 2012
I wanted to take a moment to touch on the Protect-IP Act (PIPA) and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) legislation currently being considered in the U.S. Congress. SOPA and PIPA would require web hosting companies, like Codero, to police websites to stop the communication of potentially copyright-infringing information over the internet. We would like to make sure you are fully aware of the potential impact of this legislation and what Codero’s stance is on this issue. Codero strongly opposes both the Stop Online Piracy… Read More
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Jun 27, 2011
The 3.0 version of Linux is going to be noticeably faster than 2.6.39 due to changes made, according to Linus Torvalds. (more…) Read More
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Jun 14, 2011
Did you hear the news yet?  Google has discontinued its specialized Linux and BSD search pages. (more…) Read More