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Author's profile photo Chris Kleisath

SQL Anywhere QA testing

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As seen last week in the SQL Anywhere QA lab.   I wonder what it could mean?

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      Author's profile photo Breck Carter
      Breck Carter

      It's the singularity!

      Author's profile photo Vladislav Volodin
      Vladislav Volodin

      Am I correct that A20 (what is available on the bottom right corner) is the ARM processor? Are you testing something really weird? 🙂

      Author's profile photo Breck Carter
      Breck Carter

      The symbol looks familiar...http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-E7Y4pw25hDI/T4VI5NQj2EI/AAAAAAAAAHk/3KwyXF1yOEM/s400/Laser-Cut_Clear_Acrylic_RasPi_Case.JPG

      Author's profile photo Chris Kleisath
      Chris Kleisath
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      For those who wondered, those are Raspberry PI machines in the middle, with some Olimex ARM boards around the outside of the picture.

      Why was QA using these?  We are pleased to announce the release of SQL Anywhere for Linux ARM platform machines, such as the Raspberry PI.   Here is a link to Eric Farrar's article: SQL Anywhere 16 Available on Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi)