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Friday, March 16, 2012

9 killer programming languages for the JVM

When Windows attacks pay off | The big promise of big data

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9 killer programming languages for the JVM
Numerous languages, many of which offer a scripting twist, have been ported to run atop the Java Virtual Machine. Here is a look at the most prominent and promising non-Java languages running on the JVM today. Read More


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The consumerization of mobile devices, also known as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), is unstoppable. Get tips to embrace this movement without compromising security. Learn how lightweight security agents can secure user-owned mobile devices without device-side signature files that can degrade performance. Read More

When Windows attacks pay off
The cash-for-exploits trend continues to grow this week, with a coding site offering to fund anyone who can produce an attack that compromises Windows computers through a just-reported critical flaw. Read More

The big promise of big data
Organizations are finding that they have a great deal of data on hand, and that the data could potentially be used to maximize profits and improve efficiencies -- if they can organize and analyze it quickly enough. Read More

Why new programing languages succeed or fail
Familiarity, a commitment to open source and a very specific niche -- all of these are factors that can boost a programming language's longevity. But there's one more factor to consider. Read More

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