January, 2007

  • University Hospitals of Cleveland: Physician Portal built on JBoss and Microsoft Solution

    by jcannon on January 03, 2007 02:43pm In late 2005, you may recall that Microsoft and JBoss announced a joint technology agreement to explore ways to better enhance interoperability between JBoss Enterprise Middleware Systems (JEMS) and Windows Server...
  • University Hospitals of Cleveland: Healthcare Perspectives

    by jcannon on January 04, 2007 04:31pm Yesterday, we published the first of three video interviews with University Hospitals of Cleveland , discussing their new Physician Portal, a healthcare solution built on top Windows Server and JBoss middleware...
  • First Consulting Group: Building Physican Portal on JBoss & Microsoft

    by jcannon on January 05, 2007 04:21pm In our final video interview featuring University Hospitals of Cleveland and their new Physician Portal, we have the opportunity to meet Joe Yelanich, Sr. Account Executive from First Consulting Group (FCG). FCG...
  • Web 2.0... Or: The Web that Wasn't

    by hjanssen on January 08, 2007 07:05pm Locate soapbox - Place soapbox – Make sure I do not fall off or thru said soapbox – Stand on top of soapbox – Start with a small cough, take a deep breath and begin…………………. The people I work with in the OSSL group...
  • What Matters…

    by billhilf on January 09, 2007 12:00pm You may have heard of the wild wind storms we had in the greater Puget Sound area in the weeks before Christmas. It was intense. I lost power for eight days and was without cable (and Internet connectivity) for...
  • FastCGI and Zend Core 2.0

    by MichaelF on January 17, 2007 09:45am Following-up on the announcement of the Microsoft/Zend technical collaboration from October, we wanted to make sure the Port 25 community was aware of the first set of deliverables. The technical preview of Microsoft...
  • Port 25 @ LinuxWorld OpenSolutions Summit

    by jcannon on January 23, 2007 02:47pm This February 14-15, 2007, Port 25 will be a sponsor at the LinuxWorld OpenSolutions Summit - one of the largest Linux and open source gatherings on the East Coast. A number of folks from the lab will be attending...
  • Now Hiring: Microsoft/Novell Interoperability Labs

    by Sam Ramji on January 30, 2007 12:30pm Back in November 2006, Microsoft and Novell committed to a long-term technical collaboration between the two companies.  The agreement covers several areas - Virtualization, Office OpenXML/ODF interoperability...
  • Festivus Reminder and Deadline

    by MichaelF on January 02, 2007 05:52pm Just a quick note to let folks know that we are going film the Festivus Roundtable (if you're confused as to what I'm talking about click here ) next week so if you have questions, please take a moment to submit...
  • SML Update

    by MichaelF on January 15, 2007 02:01pm Back in August we posted a podcast with Praerit Garg regarding the announcement of the Service Modeling Language draft specification put together by Microsoft and a number of other leading technology companies. ...
  • Can the Linux Kernel be More Maintainable? Anandeep interviews Professor Stephen Shach

    by anandeep on January 18, 2007 02:15pm Prof Stephen R. (Steve) Schach is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Computer Engineering at the Vanderbilt University. Port 25 met up with him while he was visiting Seattle, Washington in picturesque...
  • Sharepoint Learning Kit: Bryan interviews Mike Hines

    by Bryan Kirschner on January 11, 2007 11:00am There have been two journal articles lately  that have stuck in my head: First, Brian Fitzgerald writing broadly about the future of open source (“open source 2.0”) in September’s MIS Quarterly argues...
  • OSSL Roundtable Answers Your Questions (Part 1 of ?)...

    by MichaelF on January 29, 2007 04:15pm In December, Jamie posted a call for questions in the spirit of Festivus one of our favorite secular non-mainstream holidays (aye, we be talkin like pirates on September 19th too matey). Here is the result...
  • Watching a community grow - Powershell

    by billhilf on January 23, 2007 12:33pm I can’t recall if I have ever blogged about this, but we certainly have shown interviews here on Port25 with Jeffery Snover, Architect of PowerShell .  PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language...
  • Photosynth on Firefox

    by Sam Ramji on January 24, 2007 03:00am Today I got an email from Adam Sheppard, who leads development of Photosynth . If you haven’t seen Photosynth yet… it may be because you use Firefox and not IE. That is no longer an obstacle for...
  • Deploying Identity Management in a Mixed Environment: Hank Interviews Dustin Puryear

    by hjanssen on January 25, 2007 11:50am Whether deploying Windows in a Linux or UNIX environment, or vice versa, identity management can be a challenge. In order to explore this topic, Hank spent some time talking with Dustin Puryear author, consultant...
  • Continuing my chain of blogs about the law...

    by Bryan Kirschner on January 26, 2007 12:45pm I started this chain of blogs about the law-and-open-source–analogy based on something Matt Asay had written that struck me as interesting—but didn’t sit with me as quite right.  So it seems appropriate...