April 2014 began with news of Office for the iPad and continues today with news of Office for Google ChromeBooks. Office is definitely getting in touch with all the key environments people use or are adopting. I go into this a little bit.
At last there is traction on abolishing non-competes in the technology sector. It is late, but better late than never. I provide a brief opinion on the news about it.
Recently, it has been announced that some companies are banding together to stop the Innovation Act from succeeding to give start-up companies, entrepreneurs, and individual persons from contributing software technology to society. I oppose this and I write about this at length in my post.
Looking at Microsoft’s recent re-positioning against the backdrop of open systems like Android and Linux is quite telling.
The changes occurring to Windows 8 under the helm of Satya Nadella will maintain the status quo of the Windows Hardware market
Stephen Wolfram has introduced a computer solutions language that goes well beyond all other known programming languages and data solutions. I provide a general review of the impact this language could have on programming, IT, and technology development.
A summary of career directions for work and living