Allan Hoffman

Working with Embedded Systems

Microprocessors are everywhere. Digital cameras have them. So do ATM machines, microwaves -- even door locks. If you start to look around you, youre bound to realize youre surrounded...

Novell Certification

Novell was once a name synonymous with technology certifications. The company pioneered certification programs as continuing education and a recognized credential for IT pros. Now, with certifications proliferating --...

The OOP Edge

Object-oriented programming concepts have become accepted practice within the programming world, but thats not to say object-oriented programming -- OOP, as its often called -- is universally appreciated or...

Citrix Certification

System administrators and network engineers often yearn for a hot certification to make them more marketable. In reality, certification alone -- without hands-on experience -- isnt worth much. But...

Selling Yourself, Part I

Wesley Jost didnt have to do much more than place his resume on an online job site or two to find his last job, working for a London software...

Latest Posts

Changing of Editors in the eWEEK Chair

Date: April 20, 2021 Redwood City, Calif. To: All my friends, colleagues and readers: After 16 years at the publication and 10 years as an editor, I’m...

How VMware Wants to Power an ‘Anywhere’ Workforce 

VMware has long been about B2B tech: virtualization, data center infrastructure, hypervisors, collaboration tools, mobility and a long list of other products and services. This...

Zscaler Advances Its Zero Trust Exchange Framework 

Cloud security provider Zscaler on April 20 revealed a number of innovations for its Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange platform designed to help organizations improve...

Aruba Announces Edge-to-Cloud Security, Network Capabilities 

Recently, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, held its annual Atmosphere user conference in digital format. At the event, the company announced a new...

NVIDIA, LED Walls: Creating the Future Virtual Office

NVIDIA held its virtual GTC conference, and it was particularly fascinating. One session hit me where I live, though. It was by Kathryn Brillhart,...