Category Archives: Reading
Commonly accepted model of the internet is that it is hierarchical… In reality, it is a peering mesh of the biggest ISPs, and lots of local peerings.
Free project collaboration tools that rock Web-based application is a new trend of the software world. The blog talks about a few of the great collaboration tools: Cohuman – a social task-based solution. Asana – a blazingly fast collaborative task … Continue reading
CISCO thinks that Cloud Computing is nothing but a marketing gimmick (click above link for the original article. here is a copy.) A white paper published by CISCO clearly states that the company thinks that cloud computing is nothing but … Continue reading
MapReduce has gained a lot of hot air. What is it, in a layman’s words? http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~gibson/mapReduceTutorial.html: The MapReduce programming model is inspired by functional languages and targets data-intensive computations. The input data format is application-specific, and is specified by the … Continue reading
Connect802 has a list of recommended books about WiFi at varied technology width and depth:
Build system are often viewed as merely a script to compile the code. However there are much more to it. The book by Peter Smith: “Software Build Systems: Principles and Experience by Peter Smith” fills the gap.