Debates about which programming language is the best are always hard and heated. Likewise, there’s no ideal language that works for all web application project requirements. Wikipedia is written in PHP. Gmail is written in Java. Python is number one choice of Google and YouTube. Ruby is used to create Twitter and Hulu. Slashdot is… Continue reading Best Web programming languages: Python and Ruby. Are they worthy rivals for the title against PHP?
We all use cloud services in one way or another. When you access your Gmail, use Facebook and store photos online, you are actually leveraging cloud services. For small businesses, saving money, increasing productivity and enhancing uptime are some of the major reasons why a move toward the cloud computing platforms available today should be… Continue reading How small business could benefit from cloud computing
According to Statcounter numbers and charts, Google Chrome should be the number 1 browser in the world as soon as this year. Let’s see what LI members think about this prediction. «No. Good old IE has plenty of mileage left yet, and because it is a "known platform" will continue to be a standard in… Continue reading People Say: Will Google Chrome be #1 in 2012?
Facebook says its new Messages service is no Gmail killer, and Google's CEO has said he is not concerned. Bellow you may find some LI members’ opinions about this topic. «I feel no, Facebook is one of the best networking site to communicate and keep in touch everyday.» Sean Lopez «Yes! Some people think FB… Continue reading People Say: Should Google, Yahoo and Hotmail be worried about Facebook?
The computer industry is one that confuses most people, even those within it. The buzzword today is “Cloud Computing”. But what is it? More importantly, why do I care, and why should you care? I am sure that most people will say - "The PC that I bought at my local shop made no mention… Continue reading Cloud Computing – Why You Should Care