Category Archives: Ready for the Enterprise

RftE: Python

After finding this gem through Matthias Clasen and Ryan Lortie, I realised that my Ready for the Enterprise series simply had to include negative reviews too: Things that are clearly not Ready for the Enterprise. Apparently, Arjan van de Ven … Continue reading

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RftE: Ubuntu Server

You can install Ubuntu Server 6.06 LTS with your big toe. I know because I just did it. It’s worth pointing out that I have a pretty large big toe, too. Those with smaller, nimbler big toes will have an … Continue reading

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Ready for the Enterprise: Nokia 770

The Nokia 770, with the latest Internet Tablet 2006 beta firmware, is Ready for the Enterprise. Thanks to Nokia, I’ve had the 770 for a while, but given the lack of pervasive public wifi in Australia, its housebound use cases … Continue reading

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Wave Your Bullshit Wand With Me

When someone says “not ready for the enterprise” (or similar context- and content-free assertions), what they actually mean is: “They never had to deal with this shit in Star Trek!” Of course, this also means that claims of enterprise-readiness suggest … Continue reading

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