- Embracing the tech world's open source shift
- I grew up in the VAX/VMS world. Our student computing system at the college I attended was a VAX 11/785, and when I would later work for the administrative computing department, they had an 11/780 as a test box, and an 11/785 and 8650 cluster doing ...
- Wisdom, Skills, Knowledge, Wits: Not the same
- This is a widespread problem in Silicon Valley, the beginning of which is typically marked by the 1956 arrival of Nobel Prize winner William Shockley. Shockley was a brilliant semiconductor physicist, but was quite deficient in other areas.
- A first-timer's guide to getting started with open source code and communities
- You've been reading Opensource.com and there's a package that you're excited about.
- Making technical sense of the TalkTalk story
- I can remember having to tangle with them when I was a developer, and that was in COBOL and BASIC and Pascal on a VAX-11/780, and it appears that their status within computing as a tongue-twister for the brain and fingers is no less in 2015 than it was ...
- DOE Announces a High Performance Computing Fortran Compiler Agreement
- The U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and its three national labs this week announced they have reached an agreement for an open-source Fortran front-end for Higher Performance Computing (HPC).
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