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Medtec Europe 2016

Intland Blog - Tue, 04/12/2016 - 11:00
12-14 April 2016 Messe Stuttgart, Germany As a staple event for those involved in the medical device industry, Medtec Europe is entering its 14th year in 2016. Medtec Europe offers a unique opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with over 6,000
Categories: Vendor

What Vulnerability Assessment Tools Miss

Black Duck Software Press Releases - Tue, 03/22/2016 - 18:00
Webinar

Open source software and code has become common place in application development, as have the use of vulnerability assessment tools. After all, no one wants to be the victim of the next Heartbleed, Poodle or Logjam. But vulnerability assessment tools, while helpful, have blind spots. How can you ensure that you are protecting your networks and applications from newly disclosed vulnerabilities? Join Black Duck Software and (ISC)2 on March 22, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern for a discussion on VA Tools, Open Source Assets and secure application developmen

What Vulnerability Assessment Tools Miss Asset Value:  Low value Redirect:  https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/5385/189897
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REConf 2016

Intland Blog - Tue, 03/01/2016 - 11:00
The conference known as REConf is not only the leading conference on the topic of Requirements Management and Requirements Engineering in the german speaking world but is also the largest event of its kind in the whole of Europe. As
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Agile Requirements Management: Simplify Your Project Management

Intland Blog - Wed, 02/24/2016 - 17:00
Date and time: 24 Feb 2016, 4:00 PM (CET) / 10:00 AM (ET) Webinar duration: 30 min What you can learn: Requirements Management is often considered no more than necessary administration of the required documentation. Companies that neglect Requirements Management often
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Embedded World 2016

Intland Blog - Tue, 02/23/2016 - 11:00
The Embedded World Exhibition + Conference brings together the innovators in product design and development for both hardware and software. Extreme miniaturization and both embedded electronics and software are the core facilitators of a networked future often referred to as
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Black Duck & IBM Present: Application Security in the Age of Open Source

Black Duck Software Press Releases - Thu, 02/18/2016 - 17:00
Webinar

Whether you’re developing applications for internal use or for your customers, keeping them secure is no easy feat. After all, today's applications are a healthy mix of open source and custom code. Identifying and resolving security vulnerabilities in both requires the right tools and know-how. Join IBM and Black Duck for an educational webinar on what it takes to keep your apps safe.

Black Duck & IBM Present: Application Security in the Age of Open Source Asset Value:  Low value Redirect:  http://info.blackducksoftware.com/ibm-webinar-Feb18.html
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Embedded Meets Agile

Intland Blog - Tue, 02/16/2016 - 11:00
Munich, 16-18. February 2016 Agile software development and Agile management have become increasingly well established methods in the embedded industry. Both software and hardware development benefit from these methods and processes. Previous events such as ScrumMed in 2011 and AgileCars
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IoT and Utilities | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #BigData #InternetOfThings

More than a decade ago, the choices were few to address the needs of data gathering and recording. Water and wastewater utilities, for example, had to be able to use a ‘fits all’ unit with set parameters and make their systems adaptable to the technology of the day. Since then, many municipal water systems such as those in Southern Utah, have had to broaden the area from which they gather, use and reclaim water. Most growing areas are even facing the dilemma of higher demands on services while trying to stay within shrinking budgets and manpower cutbacks. This is because in the past, many viewed electronic data gathering as a ‘want’ instead of a ‘need’ until now.

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EclipseCon 2016 | Learn and Network

Eclipse News - 3 hours 24 min ago
EclipseCon 2016 is less than a month away! Learn more about Eclipse technologies this March.
Categories: Open Source

The Art of DevOps | @DevOpsSummit @Dynatrace #APM #DevOps

Java Developer's Journal - 3 hours 25 min ago
The Art of DevOps provides a fun overview to help teams understand DevOps. Written in the style of the famous 6th century Chinese manuscript “The Art of War,” this eBook describes DevOps in the form of a mission to continuously deliver assets to the operational battlegrounds safely, securely, and quickly. It’s a fun read with valuable insights.

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Categories: Java, Media

Hybrid Cloud Versus Hybrid IT: What’s the Hype? By @Kevin_Jackson | @CloudExpo #Cloud

Once again, the boardroom is in a bitter battle over what edict its members will now levy on their hapless IT organization. On one hand, hybrid cloud is all the rage. Adopting this option promises all the cost savings of public cloud with the security and comfort of private cloud. This environment would not only check the box for meeting the cloud computing mandate, but also position the organization as innovative and industry-leading. Why wouldn’t a forward-leaning management team go all in with cloud?

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The Future of Visual Programming

Devx: Latest Published Articles - 5 hours 26 min ago
Do you agree that visual programming is still far away for being suitable for general-purpose programming?
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Going Beyond Defined Agile Methods By @DavidSprott | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps

Java Developer's Journal - 5 hours 55 min ago
I’ve been spending nearly half my time in Philadelphia over the past while, and I just happened to have a spare Saturday yesterday, so I hightailed it downtown. I had two objectives – to explore the Museum of Art and to attend a Brahms concert by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. One of the featured exhibitions in the adjacent Perelman Building caught my eye. It’s named, Work on What You Love: Bruce Mau Rethinking Design. I wasn’t sure what to expect; I certainly hadn’t heard of Bruce Mau before, but I am always interested in design and design methods.

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Categories: Java, Media

Oracle Enables Telefónica Spain to Power New Services

Oracle Database News - 6 hours 10 min ago
Press Release Oracle Enables Telefónica Spain to Power New Services Oracle products help modernize the communications service provider’s network enabling it to deliver mass market services

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Feb 11, 2016

In a move to evolve its network to provide converged communications, leading European communications service provider (CSP) Telefónica Spain has chosen Oracle as a supplier of session border controller and will use the Oracle Communication Session Border Controller for its full portfolio of services which include residential services, mobile rich communication services (RCS), business services including SIP trunking, interconnection to support agreements with other CSPs, and Voice over LTE (VoLTE).

CSPs continue to evolve their network in order to offer innovative and differentiating services. This is especially true for traditional fixed-line and mobile carriers like Telefónica Spain. As the CSP planned to expand its converged services, it looked to Oracle to help it create a more flexible and secure network with Oracle Communications Session Border Controller. Telefónica Spain chose the Oracle product because it enabled it to:

  • Achieve faster time to market for services: The Oracle product offers the right mix of hardware and software to help create optimal performance for the individual services, while at the same time, simplifying network operations using a common, flexible software set across all services and platforms
  • Optimize network capacity and growth: Telefónica Spain will have more flexibility in how it uses its network because of Oracle Communications Session Border Controller’s network-wide licensing model
  • Increase network capabilities: The Oracle product meets Telefónica Spain’s high security standards, with its proven and rich feature set in the areas of transcoding, encryption and quality of service
  • Prepare for network function virtualization (NFV): Oracle Communications Session Border Controller offers virtualization for deployment flexibility and network agility, helping to ease Telefónica’s transition as it deploys its NFV platform, UNICA

“We are committed to offering the kinds of innovative services that our customers are demanding. The first step is creating the modern and reliable network that can accommodate the connectivity that these services require,” said Ángel Blázquez Martín, Core Network Director, Telefónica Spain. “This is a significant evolution for us, and so we wanted the most proven technology and vendor for session border controls, which is why we chose Oracle. We are looking forward to expanding our existing collaborative relationship.”

Oracle Communications Session Border Controller enables CSPs to deliver trusted, first-class real-time communications services across Internet Protocol (IP) network borders. The product is currently used for a variety of services and applications from Voice over IP (VoIP) to any services enabled by IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)—including VoLTE, video conferencing and calling, presence, instant messaging, IP television (IPTV), GSM Association’s IP Exchange (IPX), and femtocell or Wi-Fi–enabled fixed-mobile convergence.

“As CSPs provide more converged communications services to their subscribers, flexibility and security in the network become even more critical,” said Doug Suriano, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications. “Oracle Communications Session Border Controller is proven to deliver a solution to this challenge to many CSPs around the world, including for Telefónica Spain.”

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Categories: Database, Vendor

GitHub Analysis Shows Women's Pull Requests Are Accepted More Often Than Men's

Devx: Latest Published Articles - 7 hours 37 min ago
But only if no one knows that they are women.
Categories: Media

ruby-plsql-spec

ruby-plsql-spec is an open source tool that allows unit testing of Oracle PL/SQL procedures with Ruby libraries: * ruby-plsql - Ruby API for calling PL/SQL procedures * RSpec - Ruby testing (or behavior driven development) framework
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Squeezer

Squeezer is a minifier for php class files. It will parse your directories to find valid classes, interfaces and traits and squeeze them to one file. Autoloading in php is quite nice but also expensive. Sometimes too expensive for production. Usi ...
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How to Create a High Performing API: A New Perspective for 2016 | @CloudExpo #Cloud

Performance is the elusive butterfly of API development. Everybody is intrigued with its beauty, yet few know how to capture it. In the old days, the approach of many shops to ensure a performant API was to create some code and then pass it over to the wall to QA to do load testing. Later some integration testing took place. As long as the API worked and it was met some marginal performance benchmarks, things were good. This worked well when a public, HTTP based API, consumed by a wide variety of distributed devices was more the exception than the rule. However, today APIs are a big deal and they are everywhere, so much so that companies are posting very big infographics prominently in the front page of the New York Times to create even more awareness about the technology to the general public.

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Internet Providers to Use Private Routers as Public Hotspots

eWeek - Application Development - 9 hours 10 min ago
The Juniper report highlighted the consumer benefits that the policy offers, such as free or reduced-fee access to the operator’s homespot network.
Categories: Media

SAP Launches Jam Collaboration Learning Platform

eWeek - Application Development - 10 hours 10 min ago
Jam Collaboration supports the SAP SuccessFactors Learning solution in a way to help employees learn in a more engaged and collaborative manner.
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