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D-Link's DAP-2590 AirPremier N Dual Band PoE Access Point with Plenum-rated Chassis
Description: The D-Link AirPremier� N DAP-2590 Dual Band PoE Access Point is the ideal solution for enabling selectable dual band wireless connectivity in any business. D-Link, an industry pioneer in wireless networking, introduces a solution for businesses seeking to deploy next generation 802.11n LANs. D-Link unveils its new AirPremier N Dual Band PoE Access Point (DAP-2590), designed specifically for business-class environments such as large or enterprise corporations to provide secure and manageable dual band wireless LAN options for network administrators. Versatile Access Point The DAP-2590 allows network administrators to deploy a highly manageable and extremely robust dual band wireless network. All three dual band antennas are detachable and can provide optimal wireless coverage in either 2.4GHz (802.11g and 802.11n) or 5GHz (802.11a and 802.11n) bands. Enclosed in a plenum-rated metal chassis, the DAP-2590 adheres to strict fire codes for placement in air passageways. For advanced installations, this new high-speed Access Point has integrated 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) support, allowing installation of this device in areas where power outlets are not readily available. Enhanced Performance The DAP-2590 delivers reliable wireless performance with maximum wireless signal rates of up to 300Mbps** in either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz wireless band. This, coupled with support for Wi-Fi Multimedia? (WMM) Quality of Service features, makes it an ideal access point for audio, video ...
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Advanced Python or Understanding Python
Description: Google Tech Talks February 21, 2007 ABSTRACT The Python language, while object-oriented, is fundamentally different from both C++ and Java. The dynamic and introspective nature of Python allow for language mechanics unlike that of static languages. This talk aims to enlighten programmers new to Python about these fundamentals, the language mechanics that flow from them and how to effectively put those to use. Among the topics covered are duck-typing, interfaces, descriptors, decorators, metaclasses, reference-counting and the cyclic-garbage collector, the divide between C/C++ data and Python objects and the CPython implementation in general. This talk is part of the Advanced Topics in...
Keywords: python, google, howto
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The Lively Kernel
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I/O BootCamp 2011: Real World Go
Description: Speakers: Andrew Gerrand One year after its launch, the Go Programming Language has made its way into the hearts and minds of thousands of programmers around the world. In this session, find out how and where Go is being used today.
Keywords: Google I/O 2011 Bootcamp, Go Programming Language
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Google I/O 2010 - Go Programming
Description: Google I/O 2010 - Go Programming Tech Talks Rob Pike, Russ Cox The Go Programming Language was released as an open source project in late 2009. This session will illustrate how programming in Go differs from other languages through a set of examples demonstrating features particular to Go. These include concurrency, embedded types, methods on any type, and program construction using interfaces. Very little time will be spent waiting for compilation. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com
Keywords: Go, open source, language, C++, Java, Python, googleio2010, google, Google I/O, developer conference, #io2010, #techtalks-go
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The Essence of Caching - Ehcache
Description: Google Tech Talk January 24, 2011 Presented by Greg Luck, Founder of Ehcache, Ehcache CTO of Terracotta. ABSTRACT In this talk we will start with a performance problem and lead you through solving it with caching, discovering along the way the problems of distributed caching and their solutions. This will equip you with the tools to analyze a performance situation and to see whether a cache will help and what type of cache to apply. Then we'll talk about Ehcache: New and Notable that walks us from standalone Ehcache which Java developers at Google are probably familiar with to the Distributed Ehcache with Terracotta and then to new features like Search, Write-Behind and Transactions. Topics include: - The nature of system load - Desirable Properties of Scalable Systems - Caching as a solution for off-load, scale out and performance - Why caching works - Tiered Cache Design - SOR Coherency Problem and Solutions - N * Problem and Solution - Cache Cluster topologies - Cache Coherency Problem and Solutions - CAP and PACELC constraints
Keywords: google tech talk, java, caching
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Open Source Developers at Google: Amit Singh on MacFuse
Description: File systems provide one of the most familiar interfaces end users know. Since implementing a traditional file system is extremely complex and difficult, presenting information seamlessly through files and folders has typically been limited to a small set of select programmers--often kernel hackers who develop at the lowest layers of a system. The MacFUSE mechanism breaks this barrier on Mac OS X by doing all the in-kernel hard work once and for all and leaving to the developer only the file-system-specific logic, which can be implemented as a regular user-space application. MacFUSE, with its simple programmer-visible API (same as the Linux FUSE API) and multiple language bindings, almost trivializes the process of making anything and everything appear seamlessly as a set of files and folders. You can use it to blur the line between the Macintosh Desktop and the Web. In this talk, you will hear the story of MacFUSE from its creator.
Keywords: google, open, source, developers, software, engineering
Average rating: 4.6
Google I/O 2009 - Coding for Life -- Battery Life, That Is
Description: Google I/O 2009 - Coding for Life -- Battery Life, That Is Jeffrey Sharkey The three most important considerations for mobile applications are, in order: battery life, battery life, and battery life. After all, if the battery is dead, no one can use your application. In this session, Android engineer Jeffrey Sharkey will reveal the myriad ways -- many unexpected -- that your application can guzzle power and irritate users. You'll learn about how networking affects battery life, the right and wrong ways to use Android-specific features such as wake locks, why you can't assume that it's okay to trade memory for time, and more. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
Keywords: googleio2009, google, Google I/O, developer conference, Android, mobile, java
Average rating: 4.7