We live in a world with many technologies, gone or the days when development would be in just handful of languages. Computer languages have evolved and devised have been replaced. The work is more on the mobile devices. Every successful engineer needs to update his skills with time. So lets see what are the Top 10 IT Skills for 2013.
The top 10 tech skills for 2013, as per CyberCoders are listed below:
1. Mobile development (iOS, Android)
2. Cloud computing (AWS, Azure)
4. UX/UI design
5. Big Data (Hadoop, MongoDB, NoSQL)
7. Ruby on rails
“A common theme among these technology skills is the need for open source, mobile, cloud or big data technologies, like iOS, Azure and Hadoop,” said Matt Miller, CTO of CyberCoders.
So, here is the reaction for different OS users, when the update is available
I have seen people arguing, whether the URLs are case sensitive or not. And they have lot of confusions over it. So I decided to write this up, which will clear the doubts.
Are the URLs case sensitive ?
URLs have two parts
So, ere URLs are case-sensitive ? Should not be – but they sometimes are. Domain names are not case sensitive – for example http://www.apache.org/ and http://WWW.Apache.Org/ goes to the same location. But in the LAMP platform, the path is case sensitive…
http://www.apache.org/foundation/getinvolved.html is not
But in the case of Microsoft IIS server, this is not true – try…
http://www.microsoft.com/WindowsServer2003/IIS/Default.mspx is the same as
The root cause of URLs to be like this coz of UNIX File System to be case-sensitive, while FAT32/NTFS filesystems in Windows are not.
For Developer point of view, who host the files on LINUX/UNIX Hosting, must not change the URL frequently ad must keep the name to be in small case for sake of uniformity.
Fedora has amazed me with the consecutive release versions of the OS in past 8 years from Fedora Core 1 to Fedora 15 to be launched this year.
The Fedora Project was created in late 2003, when Red Hat Linux was discontinued. Red Hat Enterprise Linux was to be Red Hat’s only officially supported Linux distribution, while Fedora was to be a community distribution. Red Hat Enterprise Linux branches its releases from versions of Fedora. The Fedora Project is governed by a board whose majority is elected by the Fedora community.
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Fedora 15, codenamed Lovelock, will be released on May 17, 2011. On March 8, the first and only alpha version was released.
Features of Fedora 15 will include:
- Inclusion of GNOME 3 desktop
- LibreOffice will replace OpenOffice.org
- Inclusion of GNU Compiler Collection 4.6
- Responsibility for booting is taken up by Systemd
- LLVMpipe replacing Mesa software rasterizer
Fedora is the third most popular Linux-based operating system as of December 2010, behind Ubuntu and Mint. Waiting for the next Fedora Release