Jason Levitt

Jason Levitt is a programmer, consultant, book author and web jockey. He is is a former senior technology editor for InformationWEEK. Currently, Levitt is completing an upcoming book on web services for O'Reilly and Associates.

Fixed Wireless Brings Cell Service to Analog Jacks

With all of the advances in computer and wireless technology over the past 20 years, youd think that landline telephone systems—sometimes referred to as the "Plain Old Telephone System"...

Amazon, eBay Get Attached to SOAP Messaging Spec

It seems inevitable that when you put Microsoft, IBM and Sun (and HP and TIBCO and BEA, etc.) in the same room over and over again, youll end up...

Latest Posts

DataRobot CTO Michael Schmidt on Democratizing AI

I spoke with Michael Schmidt, CTO of DataRobot, about new developments that are supporting greater success for AI in the enterprise. Among the topics we...

SAS’s Katy Salamati on Data and Intelligent Decisioning

I spoke with Katy Salamati, Sr. Manager, Advanced Analytics Lifecycle at SAS, about how intelligent decisioning uses data to create competitive advantage. Among the topics...

Arista CI Pipeline Modernizes Network Operations

Cloud computing has impacted almost every part of the IT stack. Applications are built with composability in mind, compute has been disaggregated to improve...

Cloud and AI Combined: Revolutionizing Tech

Cloud computing and artificial intelligence are both enjoying torrid growth curves, but it’s their combined relationship that is most driving digital transformation. AI, as the...

TigerGraph CEO Yu Xu on the Future of Graph Analytics

I spoke with Dr. Yu Xu, CEO of TigerGraph, about why graph analytics hasn’t been adopted as much as other analytics methods – and...