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Adobe Muse: Web Authoring For Designers
Slideshows  |  11/22/2011  | 
Released as a preview or early beta, Adobe Muse is a code-free tool for building websites. Muse uses a drag-and-drop interface to make it possible to construct a site’s entire architecture, build and design pages and add rich content without having to know any HTML, CSS or JavaScript.
A Brief Introduction To OpenFlow
Slideshows  |  11/8/2011  | 
OpenFlow is a specification now managed by the Open Networking Foundation, which defines the functions and protocols used to centrally manage switches via a centralized controller.
Facebook-Led Open Compute Project Plans The Future Of The Data Center
Slideshows  |  11/8/2011  | 
There’s a new open source project--led by giant companies such as Facebook, Amazon and Dell--that is looking to change data center hardware in the same way that traditional open source projects have impacted software.
Convergence Protects Against Fraudulent Web Security Certificates
Slideshows  |  11/3/2011  | 
Recent problems with certificate authorities have exposed major problems with the trustworthiness of Web browser security. Rather than simply trusting a signed SSL certificate, Convergence, a free Firefox extension, checks with several trusted certificate sites, or notaries. If all of the notaries agree that the certificate is accurate, Convergence gives the go-ahead to use the site.


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