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Wide adoption of TLA+? Terry Coatta update on my chat with Leslie Lamport, ACM Turing Award winner in 2014 (for 2015 now 1 million USD prize for Nobel Prize of Computing)
I had a conversation with esteemed developer Terry Coatta on TLA+, which Leslie Lamport, ACM Turing Award winner in 2014, talked about in my chat with him. http://blogs.technet.com/b/cdnitmanagers/archive/2014/05/26/chat-with-leslie-lamport-acm-turing-award-recipient-in-2014-nobel-prize-of-computing...
2 Dec 2014
People of ACM: Roberto Scopigno
Roberto Scopigno is a Research Director at ISTI (Instituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione), an Institute of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) in Pisa, and leads the Visual Computer Lab. A graduate in Computer Science from the University of Pisa, he has been involved in Computer...
6 Nov 2014
Markus Kummer, Senior Vice-President, The Internet Society: Top-Ranking Internet, Governance and Policy Authority
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Markus Kummer. Markus Kummer is the Internet Society's Senior Vice-President, a role completing in 2014. In 2013, he was asked by the United Nations to chair the preparatory process for the annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum...
27 Oct 2014
Paul Lee, CEO Qurely, Top Distinguished Doctor, Entrepreneur and Innovator
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Paul Lee. PAUL LEE, M.D. (CEO) Lieutenant Doctor for the ROKA Founder of OXEC, an educational consulting service B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry at University of Oxford M.D. at College of Medicine at The Catholic...
14 Oct 2014
Chat with Hendrik Deckers, Managing Director and Founder of CIONET (4400 executives), World-Renowned Top-ranking Executive and ICT Authority
Hendrik Deckers is the Managing Director and founder of CIONET, the biggest community of IT executives in Europe. In this role he is responsible, together with his team, for expanding CIONET into new markets and for the development of new and existing services. Bringing together over 4400 CIOs, CTO's...
3 Oct 2014
Chat with John Davies, Vice-President Intel World Ahead Program
John shared his deep insights in this interview. Q: John, Intel is doing amazing work. Can you profile how stratified information, computing or mobile access is being provided to the world's 7.24 Billion? Broadband for All To understand which programs to focus on, we must examine the full Internet...
30 Sep 2014
People of ACM: Fabrizio Gagliardi
Fabrizio Gagliardi is Distinguished Research Director at Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain, where he oversees the long-term international alliance strategy of the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre. He is founding member and Chair of the ACM Europe Council , and serves on the boards of Informatics...
25 Sep 2014
September 30 Webcast with 2013 ACM Fellow Dennis Shasha: "The Changing Nature of Invention in Computer Science"
Register TODAY for the next free ACM Webcast, "The Changing Nature of Invention in Computer Science," presented on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at noon ET (11am CT/10 am MT/9 am PT/4 pm GMT) by Dennis Shasha, Professor of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of New York University and a...
5 Sep 2014
Chat with Josh Hong, Top Executive Chairman, Successful Serial Entrepreneur and Innovator
Josh has a long success history in leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation. There is much to be learned by looking at Josh’s history and hearing his thoughts. ------------------ Joshua is an Internet-media entrepreneur. He worked at Arthur Andersen Worldwide as a technology and corporate...
15 Sep 2014
Chat with Daniel Cooper vice admiral USN (ret), Former Under Secretary for Veterans Benefits — Military, Government, Business, and Policy Top Authority
Effective leadership and productive management are honed by following the lessons from world leaders. In this interview, we learn from one of the best. ------- Dan Cooper retired the first time in 1991 after 37 years in the Navy, having worked primarily with submarines and when ashore in financial...
8 Sep 2014
Chat with Chris Labrador, Director Concierge Service NRC-IRAP; World-Renowned Top-Ranking Executive in Business Innovation, Entrepreneurship and ICT
Christopher Labrador is Director of the Government of Canada's new Concierge Service program delivered by the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). He has over 30 years of R&D and general management experience across voice/data, wired/wireless...
28 Aug 2014
David Blei, ACM Infosys Foundation Award recipient in 2014, World-renowned Top-ranking Distinguished Researcher
David Blei is a Professor of Statistics and Computer Science at Columbia University. His research is in statistical machine learning, involving probabilistic topic models, Bayesian nonparametric methods, and approximate posterior inference. He works on a variety of applications including text, images...
25 Aug 2014
People of ACM: Q&A with Jeannette Wing Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Research
ACM Bulletin : Jeannette Wing's areas of expertise are in trustworthy computing, formal methods, concurrent and distributed systems, programming languages, and software engineering. Her contributions in security and privacy include work on attack graphs and attack surfaces, formalizing privacy policies...
14 Aug 2014
The quest for global e-talent
While in Geneva at the ITU World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), I talked with Namir Anani, President and CEO of the Information and Communications Technology Council ( ICTC ) and invited him to provide his views since they impact ICT executives and professionals. Here are his thoughts: We...
28 Jul 2014
Chat with Ambassador Thomas Pickering Founding Co-Chair of IEA — International Relations, Government, Innovation, Business, Investment, and Policy Top Authority
Enterprises, executives and ICT professionals must think global and work globally to survive and succeed. The biggest impediment is the serious lack of understanding and respect of foreign markets, customs and culture. The non-profit International Economic Alliance or IEA, initiated via the work of Harvard...
3 Jul 2014
Register for July 23 Webcast: "Simplifying Big Data with Hadoop"
What’s the Big Deal with Big Data? And, more importantly, what is the business case for Big Data? In this session, we will focus on the fundamentals of Hadoop as it is the foundation for Big Data. We’ll talk the technology but also the business cases on what you can do and not do with Big Data. Register...
2 Jul 2014
The education technology imperative facing higher education
Here is an article from David O’Leary from his roles as chair national council of IT Deans, CEO, CIO, VP, educator, writer IDG-IT World Canada… When I started teaching Mathematics and Communications to Electricians and Auto Mechanics in 1976, there were no computers available for public usage and the...
14 Jun 2014
Internet connectivity for rural and remote communities an economic necessity
Here is an article from David O’Leary from his roles as chair national council of IT Deans, CEO, CIO, VP, educator, writer IDG-IT World Canada… Over my thirty-seven year career as an educator, fourteen years have been spent in an urban environment. The remaining twenty-three have been in rural &...
14 Jun 2014
Chat with Andrew Ng, Co-Founder, Coursera; Director, Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab; world-renowned top-ranking distinguished researcher, innovator and entrepreneur
The most important attribute for successful executives is to keep up with trends as they will influence your work, strategy and success. We have a singular opportunity to hear from Andrew Ng uniquely being in the Time 100, CNN 10, Fortune 40 under 40, MIT TR35. Andrew’s work is impacting you through...
16 Jun 2014
Chat with Helge Seetzen, Pioneering Chairman, CEO and World Innovation Technology Leader
When I talk with CEOs and IT executives, their priorities involve driving agility and innovation and the resulting efficiencies gained. At the second IFIP World CIO Forum where I am a vice-chair, one of the sessions will be using entrepreneurial and start-up experiences within businesses to provide enterprise...
9 Jun 2014
Chat with Paul Niederer, CEO ASSOB, World Authority Equity Based Crowdfunding Investment, Top Innovation Leader and Entrepreneur
In working with enterprises and businesses, an area increasingly getting attention is crowdfunding. It can be a viable way to fund projects. It started in the consumer space and now is entering the SMB domain. There is precedent, much like email, mobile, internet, social media started elsewhere and then...
1 Jun 2014
Microsoft System Center Advisor (preview)—Log Management, Capacity Planning, Update Assessment, Malware Status
For IT executives and your teams, this is worth going to ‘ Advisor Limited Public Preview’ service: Collect, combine, correlate and visualize all your machine data. Separate the signal from the noise with simple, powerful log management tools. Collect and search across multiple machine data sources from...
1 Jun 2014
Three lessons for career growth
I am fortunate to work with top executives worldwide. I gain added insights from the hundreds of interviews with notable leaders. There are three common lessons to learn from and then implement for stellar career growth. Lesson 1: Be challenged and seek diversity It’s important to stay constantly challenged...
1 Jun 2014
Register for June 17 ACM Learning Webinar: "The Marriage of BI and Big Data—Business unIntelligence"
Register TODAY to attend our next free ACM Learning Webinar, "The Marriage of BI and Big Data—Business unIntelligence," presented on June 17 at 12 pm ET (11 am CT/10 am MT/9 am PT/4 pm GMT). Barry Devlin, Founder and Principal of 9sight Consulting and co-editor of the ACM Tech Pack on Business...
30 May 2014
Skype real-time translation breakthrough demoed at the Code Conference—watch it!
As noted in this Microsoft blog , at the inaugural Code Conference (#CodeCon), Satya Nadella discussed his views on a more personal, more human era of computing, and in the blog there is a demonstration of an exciting new capability Microsoft is developing for Skype . Skype has more than 300 million...
28 May 2014
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