IndicThreads.com International Conference On Cloud Computing will be held on 20-,21 August in Pune, India. The conference aims to demystify cloud computing & discuss migrating & implementing cloud solutions
In this interview we speak with cloud computing expert Janakiram MSV. Janakiram talks of what the cloud has to offer and how the various software platforms are placed as regards cloud adoption. He shares his thoughts on the top cloud service providers & the steps involved in migrating to the cloud. Finally he delves on the risks & drawbacks of cloud computing that we need to watch out for.
Python scripting language use has increased by 45% since Spring 2008 according the an Evans Data North American Development Survey. Only 13% of developers used Python before Google announced its App Engine platform in Spring 2008, which at the time only supported Python, but that number has increased to 20.3% today. Other scripting language use remained relatively constant, with only small gains or losses in popularity among languages such as Ruby, PHP, Perl and Actionscript.
Google I/O 2009 is being held on May 27 and 28 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. One of the key themes of this year’s event is the unprecedented acceleration of the open web platform: Nearly half a billion people now use browsers that are rooted in open source technology, which have quintupled their processing power in less than a year. Now, the new functionality in HTML 5 — from graphics and location to local storage and background processing — is enabling developers to build uniquely powerful web applications.
Dustin Amrhein in his article “Should Developers Care About Cloud Computing?” on SysCon talks of why cloud computing matters to software developers and the changes that developers need to make so as to best utilize cloud computing.