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Friday 07. December 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey Python Featured JaD Plone

December 2018 Updates

After doing a shadow launch in September 2018 to gain some initial data, we at JaD have been customizing our website to meet the needs and wants of our prospective customers and users.

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Friday 07. December 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey

Programming Languages

This list of programming languages aims to include programming languages that is mainly used in Jamaica, both those in current use and historical ones, in alphabetical order. Dialects of BASIC, esoteric programming languages, and markup languages are not included.

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Friday 07. December 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey Training Java Tutorial

Learn to speak Jamaican

Introducing Jamaica, a JVM macro assembler language. The JamaicaVM is a virtual machine and builds environment for developing and running real-time Java programs. It includes a deterministic garbage collector and implements the RTSJ. It is designed for use in both real-time and embedded systems. It provides the base runtime environment for JamaicaCAR.

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Wednesday 05. December 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey Docker Webinar

Docker and MuleSoft Partnership

Join us to learn how Docker Enterprise and the MuleSoft Anypoint platform unlock existing applications and integrate data to enhance new application delivery while reducing IT complexity and costs.

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Wednesday 05. December 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey Blog Podcast


SiliconCaribe is a digital media and events company that’s amplifying the stories of Caribbean entrepreneurs, who are leveraging technology and innovative thinking to launch all kinds of digital businesses that are changing the way we live, work and play.

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Wednesday 28. November 2018 Posted by: oshane-bailey Networking Computing Blog Featured Information Society Podcast ICT

ICT Pulse

ICE Pulse is a blog which gears toward discussing topical Information and Communications Technology (ICT) issues from a Caribbean perspective. ICTs are critical drivers of development in the world today and are shaping the future to be knowledge and information focussed. We have catchphrases such as “Information Society” and ‘knowledge-based society”, but many of us really do not know what they mean, how they affect the use of ICT, or what is required to realise them.

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