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On this episode of BX25 Vixens Radio, Renaldo talks about that latest news from WWDC 2014. Learn about the new and hidden features in IOS 8. Plus he talks about Apple's Mac OS X Yosemite, iCloud Drive, iMessage and more.
Saturday 11/2/13 9am ET/8am CTRL/7am MTN/6am Pac call in and listen, share comments or ask questions at 1-347-934-0379 Our guest today is Eric Pement who is sharing his testimony of coming out from the Reorganized Latter Day Saints. He is a Unix programmer and Has an M.Div degree from North Park Theological Seminary. He supports and works for several ministries such as: Evangelical Ministries to New Religions - http://www.em...nr.org/ The Institute for Christian Apologetics - http://www.contender.org/ The Centers for Apologetics Research - http://www.thecenters.org/ This is his blog: http://unscriptedremarks.blogspot.com/
Hadoop is a top-level Apache project that provides a Java software framework for storing, managing, processing and analysing the massive datasets produced by enterprise web and cloud computing applications. Inspired by Google’s internal software framework and file system, Hadoop includes the HBase distributed database, HDFS distributed file system, MapReduce application framework, Hive data warehousing application and a number of other open source tools, languages and common utilities.
The Best Open Source for Big Data http://bigdatastudio.com/2013/09/01/the-best-of-open-source-for-big-data/
OpenBTS® is an open-source Unix application that uses a software defined radio (like the USRP) to present a GSM air interface to standard GSM handset and uses a software PBX (Asterisk or Freeswitch) to connect calls. The combination of the ubiquitous GSM air interface with VoIP backhaul could form t
Saturday 8/3/13 9am ET/8am CTRL/7am MTN/6am Pac call in and listen, share comments or ask questions at 1-347-934-0379
Our guest today is Eric Pement he is a Unix programmer and Has an M.Div degree from North Park Theological Seminary. He supports and works for several ministries such as:
Evangelical Ministries to New Religions - http://www.emnr.org/
The Institute for Christian Apologetics - http://www.contender.org/
The Centers for Apologetics Research - http://www.thecenters.org/
This is his blog: http://unscriptedremarks.blogspot.com/
He has an article on the Urantia Book at the Christian research Institiute online here:
The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. We have an exciting line-up for our show on June 4, 2013.
Eloise Young, CIO, Philadelphia Gas Works
John Hoffler, UNIX Engineering Manager, BB&T Bank
The co-hosts are Franne McNeal and Everaldo Gallimore. The show is sponsored by the BDPA Education and Technology Foundation and the BETF Executive Director Wayne Hicks. The technical advisor is John Malonson.
The BDPA iRadio show is sponsored by Funutation Tekademy – www.funutation.com. BDPA iRadio broadcasts the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month.
Data security is precious enough when it is sitting in your office, so what's the best way to maintain security standards once you migrate to the cloud?
From this radio show, you'll learn:
How much it costs to secure your cloud (and how much more it will cost if you don't) Where to build security into your cloud plan The usual security mistakes most cloud adopters are guilty of Whether it is possible to be really secure in a BYOD environment. Esteban Gutierrez, Senior Enterprise & Internet Security Specialist, Intel Esteban is a member of Intel Information Risk and Security (IIRS). He works on information security risks related to Intel’s External Presence and Cloud environments. He is also active in the development and deployment of cloud, virtualization, and enterprise security strategy for Intel IT. Throughout his career he’s focused on security issues involving networking, UNIX, DMZs, and Internet connectivity for large enterprise networks.
Michael Elliott, Enterprise Cloud Solutions Michael Elliott is an Enterprise Cloud Evangelist at Dell with over 20 years of enterprise technology experience. In this capacity, he consults with companies throughout North America on their cloud architecture and represents Dell at industry conferences. Michael started his career as a mainframe programmer for General Electric and held the role of adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Akron. He has a mathematics degree from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Pennsylvania State University. View his blog at http://elliottmichael.com/.
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Donna Maria interviews Angela Crocker, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating a Social Network," teaching readers the technical apsects of creating a successful site as well as the responsibilities of running one.
About Angela Crocker
Angela Crocker works as a social media trainer, content consultant, author and speaker. Angela has worked in marketing, communications and fundraising roles for organizations such as the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia, The Book Company, Whitecap Books, the Canadian Children’s Book Centre, the Playhouse Theatre Company and the Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival. Always happy with a new high tech gadget, Angela was an early adopter for many technologies including UNIX-based ELM email in 1993 and the PalmPilot while still owned by US Robotics. Today, she is a daily user of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and many other social media sites in addition to the now common email and web browsing.
Why You Should Tune In
Tune in to learn more about creating your own social networking site. Get tips on how to build and maintain a website, address privacy issues, fostering participation, and more!
eBay and Internet Marketing guru Lisa Suttora joins Small Business Roundtable offering her latest advice on how to launch e-commerce businesses and make serious money on eBay. Lisa is an expert e-commerce & Internet marketing strategist. In 2001, Lisa left her 6 figure job as a Unix systems administrator at a leading software company to start a business online. She leveraged her previous experience as a retail merchandise buyer, along with 7 years in the hi-tech industry to build a successful ecommerce business selling on both eBay and Amazon. While running her eBay business, Lisa was approached by other aspiring eBay sellers, interested in learning how to sell online. In 2004, to address the growing demand for her consulting services, Lisa once again turned to the Internet to create a training & education division of her company. She founded WhatDoISell.com - one of only 34 eBay Certified Providers worldwide.
Welcome to the first episode of KCSI Business Radio. Today we will interview CEO and corporate success story, Sheldon Kornyk. Find out out why our guest started KCSI and what his secrets to success are. Sheldon Kornyk is a visionary as he has a gift for being able to tell what the industries require as far as software automation and makes every effort to provide for all industries, as a result he has released several software packages including but not limited to SIMMS Inventory software, CRM Unleashed and (PLP) Personal Life Plan software. KCSI was founded in 1996, and quickly grew to serve thousands of customers and substantial internal growth in customer-based sales. Mr. Kornyk understands the importance of products and services that can add the insight necessary for medium/large-sized businesses to become successful. Prior to forming KCSI, Mr. Kornyk also held both programming and management positions at a large software house. He earned several awards from SCO Canada for his accomplishments as an SCO UNIX Developer/Programmer. His experience, certification and skills include the following areas: Business management, programming, e-commerce, B@B solutions, Unix Openserver5/UnixWare 7 & 7.1, Microsoft SQL 2000/2005, Microsoft .NET, Frame Relay, inventory management, Point of Sale, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, C#, C++, Cisco routing, All SCO authorizations and certifications as well as strong foundations in inventory, manufacturing and production control, distribution, and purchase order/sales order processing. Having recognized the importance of experienced personnel in analyzing the needs of clients, Sheldon has built a team composed of people who are well qualified in their area of expertise—this gives the KCSI team the ability to provide reliable solutions for every client.