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I'm writing this post sitting by the pool in Ko Samui, Thailand looking out across the bay where the locals are fishing in a flat sea from small traditional boats - I'm here for a good friend's wedding. Samui is a little island off in the gulf of...
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Thanks ProgrammableWeb Sponsors


We couldn't keep making ProgrammableWeb the resource it is without the help of our sponsors and partners. A big thanks for their support. If you are interested in sponsoring ProgrammableWeb and reaching our influential audience of technology...
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What PaaS Should Learn from the August 2003 Blacko


Weíre in an interesting transition within the software space. Specifically, weíre all in agreement that SaaS is changing the industry in a very positive way. More importantly, however, is the recent evolution of platform as a service (PaaS), which...
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The 2009 Spelman College CS Olympiad


We've just sponsored the Seventh Annual Spelman College Computer Science Olympiad for the third consecutive year ó something we were proud to do as part of our commitment to supporting computer science education and encouraging talented students...
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IBM's starting to get SaaSy


I had a great meeting this morning with the folks running the SaaS initiatives at IBM. They've put one of their very smart and connected people, Sean Poulley, in charge of their internal SaaS initiatives - he's a very experienced exec and business...
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Google goes to the Amazon


Last month, a group of Googlers traveled to Brazil, to conduct our first-ever project in the Amazon. Organized by our Google Earth Outreach team, we went at the special invitation of Amazon Chief Almir Naramayoga Surui, who'd invited us down to...
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