What would happen if you give normal everyday objects like your washing machine, toaster, fridge or light bulb the ability to be connected to a network and talk to other similarly networked attached objects or other networked devices like your phone or tablet. Well I’ll tell you what, you get the Internet of Things (IoT)!
A lot has been written in the press recently about Blockchain technology. Technology companies, financial institutions and even entrepreneurs are starting to consider the use cases and potential impact of Blockchain technology. Despite this press coverage and pontification, fundamentally, it seems to me, there is a seriously lack in understanding of what Blockchain technology is. The motivation behind this series of blog posts is to simplify and demystify Blockchain technology.
Up till now we’ve looked solely at distributed server technology to host business applications. The is another type used within larger organisations and financial institutions, Mainframe technology. What’s the difference between distributed Server technology and Mainframe? Let’s dive in.
A quick look at some of the advantages of learning Java for someone looking to get into programming.