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  2. Trivial File Transfer Protocol - Wikipedia

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    TFTP has always been associated to network booting. One of the first attempts in this regard was the Bootstrap Loading using TFTP standard RFC 906, published in 1984, which established the 1981 published Trivial File Transfer Protocol standard RFC 783 to be used as the standard file transfer protocol for bootstrap loading.

  3. Bonita BPM - Wikipedia

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    Bonita is an open-source business process management and Low-code development platform created in 2001. Bonita technology was developed originally in 2001 by Miguel Valdés Faura, at the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, and subsequently transferred to Groupe Bull.

  4. Cygwin - Wikipedia

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    Cygwin (/ ˈ s ɪ ɡ w ɪ n / SIG-win) is a POSIX-compatible programming and runtime environment that runs natively on Microsoft Windows.Under Cygwin, source code designed for Unix-like operating systems may be compiled with minimal modification and executed.

  5. ASP.NET - Wikipedia

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    ASP.NET is an open-source, server-side web-application framework designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages.It was developed by Microsoft to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites, applications and services.

  6. Bushfires in Australia - Wikipedia

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    Australia's hot, arid climate and wind-driven bushfires were a new and frightening phenomenon to the European settlers of the colonial era. The devastating Victorian bushfires of 1851, remembered as the Black Thursday bushfires, burned in a chain from Portland to Gippsland, and sent smoke billowing across the Bass Strait to north west Tasmania, where terrified settlers huddled around candles ...

  7. systemd - Wikipedia

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    systemd is a software suite that provides an array of system components for Linux operating systems. Its main aim is to unify service configuration and behavior across Linux distributions; Its primary component is a "system and service manager"—an init system used to bootstrap user space and manage user processes.

  8. Kubernetes - Wikipedia

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    Kubernetes (κυβερνήτης, Greek for "helmsman," "pilot," or "governor", and the etymological root of cybernetics) was announced by Google in mid-2014.The project was created by Joe Beda, Brendan Burns, and Craig McLuckie, who were soon joined by other Google engineers, including Brian Grant and Tim Hockin.

  9. Twitter - Wikipedia

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    Twitter is a microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets", owned by American company Twitter, Inc. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, however, unregistered users have the ability to only read tweets that are publicly available.