Ever since I first published here my tentative list of Top 50 Bloggers on
Cloud Computing it became clear that an expansion would be needed before too
long. Thanks to community feedback via my Twitter account
(http://twitter.com/jg21) here goes - just three months before Cloud
Expo Silicon Valley (November 7-10) - with an expanded roster, listed as
before in alphabetical order since I am making no attempt at this stage to
rank the various blogs, merely to map - and celebrate - their existence.
Dustin Amrhein | "A View from the Clouds"
Dave Asprey | "Cloudy Words"
Ian Bergin | "Clouded Issues"
Randy Bias | "Cloudscaling"
Rick Blaisdell | "Rickscloud"
Steve Bobrowski | "The Cloud View"
Rene Buest | www.CloudUser.de
Larry Carvalho | "Robust Cloud"
Andrew M. Chapman | "MemorableURL.com"
Sam Charrington | "Cloud Pulse"
Colin Clark | "Cloud Event Processing"
Peter Coffee | cloudb... (more)
I am always being told off by i-technologists for quoting Picasso as having
said that computers are useless. But I still love his reasoning? "Because
they can only give you answers."
Picasso, like AJAXWorld Magazine, liked questions. So we thought we would
share with you what some of the world's leading rich Internet application
pioneers are thinking may be the next questions that we need to see answered.
From that readers can themselves infer where AJAX is headed.
What are the top questions to ask next about AJAX?
Eric Miraglia of Yahoo!
1. (From March'08) How do I calculate the R... (more)
SYS-CON's 1st International Cloud Expo, held on Nov. 19-21, 2008, in San
Jose, CA, attracted more than 40 sponsors with over 1,200 delegates. Cloud
Computing, through which massively scalable IT-related capabilities are
provided as a service using Internet technologies, has many interpreters just
now - and many interpretations. The next event, 2nd International Cloud Expo
will take place, March 30-April 1, 2009, in New York City, with more than 60
sponsors and exhibitors and over 1,500 estimated delegeates from 27 different
The three content-packed days emphasized val... (more)
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The best things come in threes, they say. So this month's threefold boost for
Java suggests that, in a nutshell, Java is back.
The three items involve an IT commentator, an industry executive, and a
recent development within the software industry itself. After a couple of
years off the radar screen of the general public, the language that began as
Oak (developed as part of the so-called "Green Project" at Sun started in
December 1990 by Pa... (more)
Wanted: 19 More of the Top Software People in the World Sung and Unsung
i-Technology Heroes Who's Missing from SYS-CON's i-Technology Top Twenty?"
Our search for the Twenty Top Software People in the World is nearing
completion. In the SYS-CON tradition of empowering readers, we are leaving
the final "cut" to you, so here are the top 40 nominations in alphabetical
Our aim this time round is to whittle this 40 down to our final twenty, not
(yet) to arrange those twenty in any order of preference. All you need to do
to vote is to go to the Further Details page... (more)