Documentation: MySQL Reference Manuals MySQL Documentation MySQL 5.7Reference Manual MySQL 5.7Release Notes Browse MySQL Documentation by: Product Topic General Tutorial Server Administration Mo Data Mo Money: Open Source Business Models RedMonk co-founder and analyst Stephen O'Grady recently gave a talk at Open Source Business Conference. He's posted his notes and slides here. In the talk, he emphasized his idea that there are four generations of software companies, and that selling software is becoming harder and harder. O'Grady sees the way forward for open source companies is leveraging data. According to O'Grady, the four generations are:
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Ex-Google Engineer Says the Company's Software Infrastructure is Obsolete - ReadWriteCloud Yesterday former Google Wave engineer Dhanji R. Prasanna wrote on his blog about why he is leaving the company. It's an interesting look at Google's company culture, but there's also an interesting technical nugget in there. "Google's vaunted scalable software infrastructure is obsolete," Prasanna wrote. He emphasizes that the hardware infrastructure is still state of the art, "But the software stack on top of it is 10 years old, aging and designed for building search engines and crawlers." Prasanna says software like BigTable and MapReduce are "ancient, creaking dinosaurs" compared to open source alternatives like Apache Hadoop.
Cypherpunks 2. Julian Assange, Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann And Jacob Appelbaum [Assange.RT.com] Description: Part 1: Cyber threats, hacker attacks and laws officially aiming to tackle internet piracy, but in fact infringing people's rights to online privacy. It's an increasingly topical subject - and the world's most famous whistleblower is aiming to get to the heart of it. In the latest edition of his interview program here on RT, Julian Assange gets together with activists from the Cypherpunk movement - Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann, and Jacob Appelbaum. You can't do much online or with your phone without someone, somewhere, knowing what you're doing.
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Says Worldwide Enterprise Social Software Revenue to Surpass $769 Million in 2011 STAMFORD, Conn., December 16, 2010 View All Press Releases Worldwide enterprise social software revenue is on pace to total $664.4 million in 2010, a 14.9 percent increase from 2009 revenue of $578.2 million, according to Gartner, Inc. The market is poised for continued growth in 2011 when revenue is forecast to reach $769.2 million, up 15.7 percent from 2010. Enterprise social software enables participation through formal and informal interactions and aggregates these interactions to reflect the collective attitudes, dispositions and knowledge of the participants. Technologies include blogs, communities, discussion forums, expertise location, feeds and syndication, social bookmarks, wikis, and integrated platforms/suites. "The social software market is evolving in response to the demand for flexible environments in which participants can connect, create, share, and find people and information relevant to their work," said Tom Eid, research vice president at Gartner.