Here are a few links that I found interesting for one reason or another.
db4o is the open source object database that enables Java and .NET developers to store and retrieve any application object with only one line of code, eliminating the need to predefine or maintain a separate, rigid data model.
But I will focus this blog post on one aspect of that sample app which is how Rob implemented async workflows.
Open-source VoltDB provides a very fast, scalable, fault-tolerant and ACID-compliant, distributed SQL database for transactional (OLTP) applications.
Greenplum Database 4.0, a major release of Greenplum's industry-leading massively parallel processing (MPP) database product, is the culmination of more than seven years of development.
It is basically just a big, distributed, persistent, fault-tolerant hash table.
Through the magic of jQuery we’re going to catch 404 errors without your users even having to leave the page and then suggest some other options they’ve got using an inline jQuery Modal window.
WorldWide Telescope (WWT) enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope, bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world.
Find and share cheat sheets and programming stuff.
TeamLab is a free open-source platform for business collaboration and project management.
jPint is a set of libraries designed by Journyx to allow developers to build web-based applications that look and feel as much like native iPhone apps as possible.
Comprehensive collection of 100 creative, open source and multi-purpose icons in 12 colors for the web and desktop applications.
The world's most advanced browser based Editor lets you experience a whole new way of editing. It’s faster than existing technologies and offers unprecedented functionalities.
View more than 57,000 historic videos and 7 million photos for FREE in one of the world's largest collections of royalty-free archival stock footage.
The goal of OpenStack is to allow any organization to create and offer cloud computing capabilities using open source software running on standard hardware.
Launchpad is a software collaboration platform that provides: Bug tracking, Code hosting using Bazaar, Code reviews, Ubuntu package building and hosting, Translations, Mailing lists, Answer tracking and FAQs, Specification tracking.
Adam Somlai-Fischer and Peter Halacsy started working on Prezi in 2007, as they felt slides limited their ability to develop and explain ideas. Prezi was their response to solve these issues.
An interactive chart that shows the different Google APIs offered from 2005 to present.
The platform provides a flexible, reusable, durable environment for building .NET solutions. It is suitable for building desktop, client-server, web based or even cloud computing solutions.
I am writing this post to illustrate my understanding and interpretation of the Model-View-* patterns and their variations so I can refer back to this post later.
This site contains many articles on a number of interesting topics.
The Pencil Project's unique mission is to build a free and opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping that everyone can use.
Its purpose is to create a platform to find and share resources for Silverlight and WPF, resources in the form of Xaml.
MapReduce.org compiles the best information about MapReduce, the software framework popularized by Google to support distributed computing on large data sets on clusters of computers.
Most of these datasets are related to machine learning, but there are a lot of government, finance, and search datasets as well.
Images can be found just about everywhere on the mighty internet. Below you’ll find some interesting gateways to larger image collections. Some are for free, some ask for hard bucks.
This is a site for large data sets and the people who love them: the scrapers and crawlers who collect them, the academics and geeks who process them, the designers and artists who visualize them.
OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world. It is made by people like you.
Here is language grammar for Visual Basic 10 and for C# 4.0. These are the versions of the languages which shipped with Visual Studio 2010.