Tuesday, November 29, 2005
The operating system update, due to debut in the first half of 2005, is based on the Unix platform, and Apple executives reckon the open-source nature of the product means it's inherently more secure than certain proprietary offerings.
Bertrand Serlet, senior vice president of software at Apple, said Wednesday that having a greater number of people keeping an eye on source code leads to better software security. 'A lot of security problems derive from the core,' he said. With open-source code, 'thousands of people look at the critical portions of source code and...check those portions are right. It's a major advantage to have open-source code.' (C|net via OSDir)"
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
The Guidance Automation Toolkit is an extension to Visual Studio 2005 that allows architects to author rich, integrated user experiences for reusable assets including frameworks, components and patterns. The resulting Guidance Packages are composed of templates, wizards and recipes, which help developers build solutions in a way consistent with the architecture guidance.
Here are the slides from the Guidance Automation Toolkit talk I did at the .NET Architects User group last month.
I also talked about LINQ, which you can download the slides for here."
without writing any code ...well, almost!"
Ubuntu has successfully gone through the stringent process whereby IBM ensures that DB2 Universal Database for Linux operates in the Ubuntu environment. By working closely together, IBM and Ubuntu have shown that DB2 UDB and Ubuntu deliver a stable environment in which to run business applications using DB2 as the chosen database.
1. Law enforcement already has the abilty to linger in airspace above any city. This is called a helicopter. Many police departments in the US began to use helicopters for law enforcement after returning Korean War soldiers saw their usefulness in transporting wounded troops from the battlefield. This role was expanded to include enforcement, specifically the ability to track suspected criminals.
2. News helicopters. We have more than our share of news aircraft floating above us. How many times have to see aerial video on the TV? This is not new, in fact use of cameras in aircraft is very old.
3. Other aircraft - look up. Chances are good if you live in a urban area that you'll see an aircraft. Are they spying on you? Maybe. But most l"
Monday, November 07, 2005
the AntiVirus of Avast company(www.avast.com).
that Antivirus is free for home use.
that antivirus is esy to use,
updated frequently without any user action.
here is a list of software on the net:
- Emule - a bit clamzy, somtimes slow.
- Kaza - fast but virus, worms and attacks are came with that software.
- Bittorrent - fast download but difficult to search.
- SoulSeek (www.slsknet.org) - fast download and easy to use.