Is It Really All Up in the Air?
How a NASA Open Source Startup Could
Change the IT Universe
Tang and velcro aren't the only things that NASA helped to invent that are part of our modern world. NASA has also played a pivotal role
in the emergence of cloud technology that could reshape
the vast IT world here on Earth.
A typical cloud storage system architecture includes
a master control server and several storage servers.
How Cloud Storage Works
In 5 Parts.
The Six Best Personal Cloud Storage Choices
for Your Stuff
Have You Had a Tough Time Getting
Your Head Around C++ ??
Well The Next C++ Standard with arrive in 2017...
At the Build 2012 developer conference that ended last Friday, Herb Sutter, one of the leading figures of the ISO C++ standardisation committee, presented an outlook on the future of the C++ programming language. According to Sutter, the next major version jump is set to happen with the release of version C++17 – the number indicates the release year of each version. The current version is C++11 and was released last year. It took 13 years to approve this standard: the previous version dates back to 1998.