SQL

MySQL’s growing NoSQL rival

Just a few short years ago, MySQL was the undisputed king of the open-source database hill. But, today, non-relational, “cloud,” or “NoSQL” databases are gaining mindshare as an alternative model for database management, with its market emerging at an 82 per cent compound annual growth rate. NoSQL recently received quite a positive bump when Twitter… Continue reading MySQL’s growing NoSQL rival

Apple, iPhone, Mobile

iOS 6 features that could be great for business

At WWDC 2012, Apple took the wraps of iOS 6. Due to be released in the fall of this year, Apple has added several new features to the OS that will surely be a boon for business. Lets jump in and talk about a few of these features and how they may benefit your organization.… Continue reading iOS 6 features that could be great for business

Cloud, E-commerce

Business site in Windows Azure: why should site fly into the clouds?

Cloud technologies seem to be a modern trend-they are talked over at all the conferences, that are by some means connected with the Internet, are discussed in business press and on TV. It looks like another modern technological gimmick for Twitter, Facebook, various CRM and ERP systems, eAccountancy etc. Meanwhile, does cloud usage bring any… Continue reading Business site in Windows Azure: why should site fly into the clouds?

.NET, PHP

PHP or ASP.Net? Make your bets ladies and gentlemen!

Before you read the article I would like to notice that it’s just a subjenctive opinion 🙂 So, what is PHP4 and ASP.Net? ASP.NET - is not a continuation of ASP, but is conceptually a new Microsoft technology, created as part of ideology. NET. Key stakeholders of .NET are scalability, cross-language interaction and shaky concept… Continue reading PHP or ASP.Net? Make your bets ladies and gentlemen!

.NET, Microsoft

Microsoft open sources its ASP.NET technologies

Microsoft started using an open development style with the Windows Azure SDK last year. It’s worked and worked well, so now they’re expanding the style to include some of the popular frameworks like ASP.NET. At first Microsoft made the source code for ASP.NET MVC available under an open-source license. Now, the company has open-sourced another… Continue reading Microsoft open sources its ASP.NET technologies