5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 10-18-13
by Ron Miller
It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.
If you missed our most recent post, Program delivery day isn't the end, it's the beginning, please check it out. Too many companies think that program delivery day is the end of the job, but they're wrong. It's just the start. You need to analyze your data, see what parts of the program people are using, what's missing and what you need to do next.
And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:
The Developer's Guide to Future Car Technology | ITworld
We all know that every object is becoming digital, but none more so than the car. While the car has had computers in it for years, it's about take a quantum leap and developers will play a central role.
Quantum computers, machine learning and big data | FierceBigData
Could computing as we know it be transforming into something bigger, faster and stronger? It just might and it's being fueled by big data and the limits of current technology to keep up with the load.
Apple Surpassing Android With Businesses Writing Custom Mobile Apps | AllThingsD
We all know Android controls worldwide marketshare by a wide margin, but it might surprise you to know that Apple is winning the enterprise and business is building customized iOS apps over Android by a large margin.
Does Cloud computing still exist? | Enterprise CIO Forum
The writer is not suggesting cloud computing is a figment of our imaginations, but that it has become so ubiquitous and so baked into the way business is computing that referring to it by a separate category makes little sense anymore. Maybe it's all just computing wherever it lives.
New iPad With A7 Chip Will Have Power to Attract Business Users | eWeek
By most accounts, the A7 chip isn't going to have a huge impact on iPhone apps for some time, but what about the iPad? That could be a different story altogether and it could be a big boost to enterprise users.
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