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Happy New Year to all of SYS-CON's readers! The start of the year marks the 15th birthday of the Worldwide Web, and the key people and companies associated it show no signs of slowing down. The Web has re-created a culture of loosely coupled, highly performing applications, driven by acronyms such as SOA and AJAX, all of which SYS-CON is covering through its editorial, Internet TV, and events. ... (more)

SYS-CON Announces Two New "AJAXWorld University Bootcamp" Dates

SYS-CON Events announces that, due to popular demand, more 'AJAXWorld University Bootcamps' will be taking place on two new dates in 2007. The next two dates are January 22, 2007 and March 19, 2007 - both in New York City, at the historic Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan. Hands-on, Nine-hour, Immersive Learning Experience Jesse James Garrett, who coined the term "AJAX," declared at the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo last month that AJAX is basically about "breaking the nature of the Web" - meaning Web 1.0, the Web of linking documents and the start-stop experience of Web 1.0's int... (more)

SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast - July 27, 2005

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SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast - August 6, 2005

Baidu.com saw its stock soar more than 350% on its first day of public trading on the U.S. Nasdaq market. Attorney Jennifer Granick says that Cisco and ISS had a very weak case in suppressing researcher Michael Lynn’s now-infamous presentation at the Black Hat conference. Retail consultant IHL Consulting says that Linux is making advances in the global retail sector. Aduva has announced three major enhancements in the 3.0 version of its flagship OnStage suite for system deployment and management. Aduva will be among the companies exhibiting at the LinuxWorld Expo and Conf... (more)

SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast August 19, 2005

Apple has re-released a security patch for its new 64-bit Tiger OS Ten that addresses more than 40 previously identified potential security problems. More than 90 Australian companies have reportedly received letters demanding payment of  standard sub-licensing fees for the use of the Linux trademark in Australia. IBM has announced that it will support the Geronimo J2EE application server Symbian said shipments of its smartphone software nearly tripled in the second quarter of 2005.   ... (more)