Over the last few months, I've had several conversations about mobile business applications that remind me of early discussions and debates around SaaS a decade ago. When Emergence first invested in Salesforce.com in 2003, we heard all kinds of reasons why Software-as-a-Service wouldn’t work. Yet, cloud-based computing enabled a fundamental shift in software design, go-to-market strategies, and cost structure. Today SaaS companies are quickly coming to dominate the business application market.
My previous post on populating and testing a large Jazz repository could be tested with JMeter was primarily focused on the Work Item capability in RTC. I also needed to populate the repository with lots of SCM data and rather than take the "dumb" (ie. random) path as I had done with the Work Items, I wanted to use a more "realistic" set of artifacts.
When Jack Andraka was 15 years old, he didn't know what a pancreas was. Now, this teenager has created a test for the early detection of pancreatic cancer that, while still in the preliminary stages, looks promising. So how did he become an health innovator?
Andraka tells the story during Session 6 of TED2013.
"Have you ever experienced a moment in your life that was so painful and confusing, you just want to learn everything you can to make sense of it all?" he asks.
Great! I have my Apache Derby Database online and configured, my Worklight SQL Adapter is connected via JDBC to the database, now what? This article will give an example on how to use the a newly-created SQL adapter in your worklight app.
First, we need to send a query to the database and return it's results. We accomplish this by creating a prepared SQL statement and a method to call it.
It's that time of year. Google has released its 2012 Zeitgeist, telling us what's on the minds of the world's searchers.
Facebook, not to be out done, has released the Facebook Year In Review, "a look back at the people, moments and things that created the most buzz in 2012 among the billion people around the world on Facebook."
Now, go and ask folks what they think about Facebook's…