All aspects of programming, computer science theory, operating systems, databases, etc.
Anything and everything having to do with computer repair, troubleshooting, and building.
This is for ACM SIGPLAN conference on languages, compilers and tools for embedded systems. The website is http://www.ittc.ku.edu/lctes14/
The place of Oracle DBAs to develop.
Discuss 3D and VR technologies.
This list is for learning and helping each other out using the JAWS screen reader program.
Discussion of Oracle 10g/11g architecture and performance
This list is to talk about all blindness products. Including BrailleNotes VoiceNotes descriptive videos and podcasts. JAWS for windows Kurzweil 1000 and everything else that has to do with technology.
Mailing list for Spandex graphics benchmarking and testing framework for OpenGLES1, OpenGLES2, and OpenVG.
A group of programmers from Omaha trying to learn a new language. This year, it's Haskell
a way for java students at virginia western community college to assist each other in developing their programming skills.
T/NT stands for Teams/NetTech. We are a student team at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario researching a network deployment, and preparing two reports: a presentation and a technical specification.
Adelaide Wanderers SC
BACnet - A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks. Developed under the auspices of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), BACnet is an American national standard, a European pre-standard, and an ISO global standard. The protocol is supported and maintained by ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 135
This is the mailing list service for the Lamar ACM.
For my study EDP-auditing in Erasmus University Rotterdam I am writing a thesis (on which I will hopefully graduate). The thesis is about the real benefits of Server Based Computing (or Terminal Server, Thin Client Computing, …). We all know what the “theoretical” advantages are (cutting cost, easier management, safer, …), in all advertisements and seminars these are used to pursuade potential cutsomers, but what I would like to find out is what happens in real life. Why did you implement Server Based Computing? What was your businesscase and how did it work out? Dit you cut costs, or finally ended up with a mixed environment? Specific areas I am interested are: - cost reduction - security matters - software distribution - systems management (software upgrading, client hardware maintenance, …) Your input will be highly appreciated. Thanks.