To work today, learn Java or PHP. To write the future, learn Go, Swift or R.
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Adoption of Google’s programming language is rapidly gaining on Java and others.
The private cloud appears to be booming, according to new Forrester data, but this may simply reflect an increase in cloud confusion.
Amazon spends less than its rivals on cloud infrastructure yet seriously dominates them in adoption. Why?
The legacy IT vendors are lining up to blame their respective sales forces for their earnings misses, but their problems actually are much more deep-rooted than a couple of botched sales calls. The industry is shifting to open source and cloud computing, and it’s having a big effect on top-line revenue growth.
Oracle missing one quarter isn’t a big deal, but Oracle’s big miss signals significant changes in how enterprise technology is bought and sold. It’s an open question whether vendors like Oracle will be able to embrace things like cloud and open source in time to maintain their existing businesses while creating new ones for the future.
Amazon is doubling its AWS salesforce to pitch CXOs on what enterprise developers already know: The cloud is where innovation happens.