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lbloom

Member since: June 2011

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  • Just say “open paren” and “close paren” and it should work. I personally like to overly e-nun-ci-ate so I sound like a robot, but that part is most likely optional...unless you have a friend that hates when you do it and she comes into your office regularly.

    7 weeks 5 days ago

  • I know now that Microsoft has ended support for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 is up next for the chopping block. How long until Microsoft ends support for it too?

    7 weeks 6 days ago

  • I’m not sure I understand your question. Maybe this article on WAN and SDN orchestration can be of help to you though.

    37 weeks 3 days ago

  • There is no question that Hadoop is hot. It is a Java based system, so you should have familiarity with Java. There is a fairly comprehensive Hadoop tutorial on Yahoo that should give you a basic overview of what it can do, and what you need to be able to do. Good luck. http://developer.yahoo.com/hadoop/tutorial/index.html

    1 year 9 weeks ago

  • I had been using the included Windows Firewall, but for some reason it has not been working properly and I don't know how to resolve it. What's another decent choice for a Windows 7 firewall? Free, preferably.

    1 year 20 weeks ago

  •   End users probably won't notice anything, unless your service provider drops the ball.     There is a page that Google has set up to let you check to see if your ISP has made the switch over.   http://ipv6test.google.com/  

    2 years 11 weeks ago

  • There has not been an IPO that has generated the same sort of buzz as Facebook in quite a while. Sure there was Zynga (or as I like to think of it, Pets.com-ville). Are the people jumping on the Facebook train getting on early for a long and profitable ride, or did they just buy tix on a trip to financial nowhere?

    2 years 14 weeks ago

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