I managed to get some NeXT workstations this week from a former colleague of mine who also collects vintage computers. For those who don't know what a NeXT workstation is, it's essentially the UNIX system that became Mac OS X, as well as the UNIX system that Tim Berners-Lee used to create the world's first Web server using his new protocol called HTTP (Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol).
Last week, I gave a presentation entitled “The Practical Guide to PowerShell” to the local IT user group (WWITPRO) that went over very well. This blog post is a summary of that presentation.
Yes, I actually did stuff this year...
Seriously, this actually exists.
The latest Linux PPC distributions run MUCH faster on it!
Seriously, it's FAST.
BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device, and is a mobile email strategy that is dominating the IT landscape today. But to fully understand what BYOD is, and why it’s important today, we first have to examine how it evolved.
Last night, I gave a presentation at WWITPRO (Waterloo Wellington IT Professional Users Group) that demonstrated the differences between ReFS and ZFS. This blog summarizes the key details.
The names we've used have change a lot over the years...
The medium is the message.