Though they were published last week, I didn't want these articles to go unnoticed. The first is by IBM Technical Evangelist Frank Jania (with help from his friends) and is a new take on authoring a developerWorks piece: "Fifty ways to leave your bookmark: An experiment in social authoring". It's actually pretty cool; here's the Abstract, with "bonus lyrics":
Last year, a pool of potential authors were challenged to write an example of code, each from a different programming language, using the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) and Dogear as the AtomPub-enabled service. This article presents the results of this unique social authoring experiment.
"The problem's all inside your code," she said to me
"The answer is easy if you take it logically
I'd like to help you in your struggle to be free
There must be fifty ways to leave your bookmark...”
The other article published last week is the first part of an exciting four-part series on migrating to the Linux desktop environment, titled "IBM open collaboration client solution: An overview" It introduces us to OCCS, the "desktop of the future":
Abstract: Learn what's involved when introducing a Linux client pilot in your organization, including planning for business and IT requirements, architecture decisions, risks, and understanding how IBM's open collaboration client is used to implement this desktop of the future, today.
Leslie Gallo | 16 April 2008 03:08:46 PM ET | Westford, MA | Comments (0)