[Editors Note: As I was going through some of the details for my InfoNgen post from a couple weeks ago, InfoNgen’s Director of Sales, Jim Hanlon, pointed me to an online resource for setting up a mutually agreeable time to meet, in this case a phone call, called timetrade. I found it to be
So, Did You Party Like it Was 1234567890?
On Friday the 13th at at 23:31:30 GMT, Unix computers using ten-digit clocks displayed 1234567890.
Computer geeks around the world saluted that night. Twitterers tweeted the party rally: “1234567890”.
But apparently the party of geeks ushering in this new era must now turn their programming prowess into another type of number crunching: switching for 32-bit…