Category Archives: Patterns.Practices.Processes

David Foster, CERN: Implementation of a European e-Infrastructure for the 21st Century

Please find below a pointer to a recently published paper entitled “Implementation of a European e-Infrastructure for the 21st Century”. The objective of the implementation plan is to put in place the e-infrastructure commons that will enable digital science by introducing IT as a service to the public research sector in Europe. The rationale calls […]

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A: Because You Don’t ROWE Q: Why Can’t Tennessee Innovate? [Update]

Why Nashville Companies Are Targeting Tweens For High-Tech Jobs BY ALISSA WALKER | 07-09-2012 See here for news on ROWE in Nashville. Nicholas Holland demonstrates populr.me with his ROWE notes. My older ROWE related posts here. # # # # Mar 13, 2012 What good do personal clouds and corporate data hives, aquihires and crowdsourcing to meet your […]

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QCon London, 5-9 March 2012, call for proposals for presentations, tutorials and panel discussions

QCon London, an enterprise software development conference hosted by InfoQ and Trifork, runs 5-9 March 2012. We’re looking for proposals for presentations, tutorials and panel discussions. QCon London 2012, the sixth annual London enterprise software development conference designed for developers, team leads, architects and project management, is back! There is no other event in the […]

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