It’s very rare that I post back-to-back iPod and Dogs, but that’s the way of The Pod. Tim O’Reilly’s closing session for the MySQL Conference held in April 2005 is a 5-star offering which prompted a number of thoughts about designing for open source and the idea of data as the new “Intel side,” where owning the data is the new source of competitive advantage and vendor lock in. Here’s the ITC description.
This blog is the work of Dave Burke who resides in Burlington, Vermont. It contains my archive of 2335 posts written between 2003 and 2012 and primarily covers .NET and Microsoft technologies.
In late 2012 I returned to my roots in Linux and Open Systems Development and launched NixMash where I blog about Linux, Java, and related topics.