|Magazine: Broadband Communities (Free Subscription)|
Broadband Properties LLC
Their editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises while keeping readers up to date on the available solutions capable of serving their practical needs. Broadband Communities offers in-depth news, expert insights, and practical know-how on the technical, business, financial, and legal aspects of outfitting properties and communities with broadband solutions.
|Magazine: Business Solutions (Free Subscription)|
Jameson Publishing, Inc.
Business Solutions' articles show readers how to sell new technologies and penetrate growing vertical markets. Business Solutions provides "actionable information" for VARs and integrators to increase sales, improve profits, and trounce the competition.
|Resume: Vice President Information Technoloty|
Ypsilanti, MI US
Senior Executive - Technology and Information Systems Leadership Strategic Planning Successful Implementation Highly skilled, versatile professional with more than years of progressive experience in leadership and management of Informational Technology and Software Development. Proven ability to recognize and develop initiatives for cost reduction, improving efficiency, and streamlining processes, and to guide all initiatives through execution to their successful completion, on time and
|Job: Curam Developer|
Toronto, ON CA
Currently we have requirement on existing project for the role Curam Developer in Toronto, Canada. Social Services Solution Modernization Project (SSSM) is ......
|Job: JAVA/J2EE Programmer|
Albany, NY US
Direct Client Requirement Title: JAVA/J2EE Programmer Location: Albany, NY Duration: 24 Months Description: Mandatory Qualifications Programmer Analysis, ......
|Resume: Senior Business Analyst|
Carrollton, TX US
OBJECTIVE To obtain a challenging position as a senior Business Systems Analyst in a team involved with building software using state-of-the-art computing technologies. SUMMARY * + years experience in computer software industry spanning Product Development, HealthCare, Financial, Supply Chain & Telecom companies. * Solid experience in Product Management, Requirements analysis and software Design. * Passion & Aptitude for problem solving in software projects. * Experience in the role of a
|Job: PeopleSoft HCM Senior developer|
South Orange, NJ US
The focus of the PeopleSoft HCM Senior Programmer/Developer will de to design, develop, and test complex PeopleSoft Payroll and Base Benefit Component Interface/conversion ......
|Resume: Web Developer|
Horsham, PA US
ENTRY-LEVEL WEB DESIGNER QUALIFICATION HIGHLIGHTS )Highly self-motivated and goal-oriented professional commited to pursuing a long-term career in computer graphics and web design. )Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, computer proficiency and ability to follow through with projects from inception to completion. )Collaborates well with others to generate and execute ideas within tight headlines. Intuitive learner with a quick grasp of software tools and techniques. )Take-charge ,
|Resume: Database Developer|
Ivyland, PA US
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging and dynamic position in systems analysis,Database management or software development that will promote Professional and personal growth COMPUTER SKILLS: Microsoft Visual C++, Borland C/C++, COBOL, Pascal, UNIX, Microsoft Access, Assembly Language, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop, Director ., Microsoft Word , Windows EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Computer Information Systems Date of Graduation, December Bloomfield College, New
|Magazine: Considerations For Rolling Out A NoSQL Strategy in the Enterprise (Free Subscription)|
The information processing demands of many of today's businesses have long outgrown legacy RDBMS software from Oracle, IBM, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL. In many cases DBAs are still stitching these systems together, adding another table and another join until eventually they hit a wall and realize relational databases were simply not designed for today's big data challenges. The web giants Amazon, Facebook and Google were the first to struggle with the scale of big data and now mainstream enterprises are feeling the pain. IT leaders at these companies are no longer asking the question of whether they should have a NoSQL strategy, but rather when it will roll out and which NoSQL technologies to use. That's still a tough question today as there are countless different flavors of NoSQL targeting different use cases.
Key topics of discussion:
- What's driving NoSQL adoption in the enterprise?
- What are the inhibitors to enterprise adoption?
- What are the different NoSQL technologies and which use cases are they designed for?
- Sessions stores versus analytics
- What lessons can we learn from early adopters of NoSQL?
- What role does the cloud play as NoSQL and MongoDB in particular is offered by many cloud service providers?
- What are the likely trends in NoSQL that will affect the enterprise?