Noticias y opinión en Ingeniería del software
La nube, los móviles y las redes sociales deberían estar en las agendas de las empresas del próximo año, asegura Gartner.
Apple also unveils plans for the Mac App Store for delivering Mac OS X apps
Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have devised an innovative and elegantly concise algorithm that can efficiently solve systems of linear equations that are critical to such important computer applications as image processing, logistics and scheduling problems, and recommendation systems.
SCM specialist nestles closer to Microsoft 'development mantra' conscripts
Its new secure partitioning virtualization technology allows Unisys to integrate specialty engines into its updated Libra and Dorado mainframes
Cornell researchers' programming language, an extension to the Java language, builds in security as a program is written
Cross-platform development of sync-oriented mobile apps for iPhone, Android and others
Lentillas que describen lo que vemos, televisores transparentes o un váter que nos recomienda una dieta serán una realidad
Mobile application developers need to learn from the infrastructural mistakes of the traditional web world
SuccessFactors offers new take on business analytics
An analysis of almost 10 million tweets from 2008 shows how they can be used to predict stock market movements up to 6 days in advance
A holiday encounter with a turkey led the software engineer to create a search engine that does a better job of finding Web video
(PhysOrg.com) -- Oct. 14 marked the 25th anniversary of the commercial release of the programming language C++, which was designed and implemented by Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup, Distinguished Professor and College of Engineering Chair in Computer Science.
ITI y la empresa Adapting acercan "La Empresa sin Papeles" a Iberoamérica a través del proyecto IBERODOC
El ITI participa junto con la empresa asociada Adapting en el Proyecto IBERODOC, dentro del Programa IBEROEKA para la Cooperación con Iberoamérica en I+D+I.
Today, visiting almost any major website -- checking your Facebook news feed, looking for books on Amazon, bidding for merchandise on eBay -- involves querying a database. But the databases that these sites maintain are enormous, and searching them anew every time a new user logs on would be painfully time consuming. To serve up data in a timely fashion, most big sites use a technique called caching. Their servers keep local copies of their most frequently accessed data, which they can send to users without searching the database.