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Interop NY 2014: Top Tweets

What's causing a buzz with IT pros at Interop New York? Take a peek.

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Charlie Babcock
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10/10/2014 | 5:36:12 PM
Get to know people different from you... and learn map of Europe
I got to know Bengt Vidin, infrastructure architect for Trafikverket. He genetly corrected me to Stockholm, when I referred to the capital of his country as Copenhagen. Oops. I got to know Ivan Pepelnjak of Slovenia, who gently corrected me to Central Europe when I referred to his country as in Eastern Europe. Oops.
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Li Tan,
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10/2/2014 | 10:30:05 AM
Overused terms
Big-data is one of the over-used and too much overloaded terms. Another exmaple is cloud/cloud computing. All the people, no matter IT professionals or not, talk about cloud and its architecture, application, so on and so forth. But how many really understand what cloud means to us? This is a question mark. I have to say most people just get lost in the cloud.:-)
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