We are getting ahead of ourselves again with technology concepts that bring old ideas back as if they were new. The reason why SOA was such a great concept is because it is an approach to a problem not an all encompassing solution to everything. I am not a developer and I really have no …
The DoD has a tool called Forge.Mil USJFCOM_J89_v3
I guess it has been a while since I posted to this blog. In the age of everything everywhere is seems that we can be overloaded with everything from everyone all the time. I have been working on ways at work to sort through this problem. It seems to haunt us all. Whether we are …
In consideration of all the options for setting up a home NAS including consideration of power, it seems that using ZFS open solaris might be the best bet. I will start to research a solution to build and post the findings. 🙂 http://www.morph3ous.net/2009/08/30/setting-up-a-home-nas-using-opensolaris-and-zfs/
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