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Interview With Luke Kanies on $40 Million Funding of Puppet Labs

by Matthias Marschall on  Jul 30, 2014

Puppet Labs recently closed $40 million funding round. Five investors including VMware, Google Ventures and Cisco want the company invest into talent, technology and global expansion. This fifth round nearly doubles the company’s venture capital to $85.5 million. InfoQ has talked to Luke Kanies about growing his company so fast.

Agile 2014 Vendor Roundup #1

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 29, 2014

The Agile 2014 conference is underway in Orlando, Fl, USA this week. This is the first of a number of news items summarising the offerings from the vendors who are exhibiting at the conference.

Cloud 9 IDE 3.0 Now Runs in Ubuntu Containers via Docker

by Abel Avram on  Jul 29, 2014

Cloud 9 has recently launched a new version of their online IDE. Usually, online developer tools are simpler than their native counterparts, some even refusing to call them IDEs. But Cloud 9 does not want to be just a rich editor, incorporating more and more features of a traditional integrated development environment.

AWS Expands Credential Lifecycle Management and Monitoring

by Steffen Opel on  Jul 29, 2014

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) recently expanded available password policy rules to enable self-service password rotation. A new credential report provides visibility into the AWS credentials security status. AWS also added logging of AWS Management Console sign-in events to AWS CloudTrail.

Firefox 31 Released; Includes New ECMAScript 6 features

by James Chesters on  Jul 29, 2014 1

Mozilla has released Firefox 31, including the implementation of new ECMAScript 6 features, malware blocking and new features for game developers.

ElasticSearch Gets Better Aggregation, Adds Groovy for Scripting

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jul 29, 2014

ElasticSearch 1.3.0 has been released. Based on Lucene 4.9, it comes with better aggregation features, some security and scripting improvements, several index performance improvements and more.

Amazon Web Services Mobile SDK Version 2 Brings in Enterprise Features for Better Development

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Jul 29, 2014

Amazon has updated Web Services Mobile SDK with support for iOS, Android and Fire OS. It also introduces several new tools such as Cognito, Mobile Analytics, Kinesis Recorder and S3 Transfer Manager in addition to improvements and bug fixes.

Agile 2014 Opening Keynote

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 28, 2014

Sam Gluckenheimer opened the Agile 2014 conference with a talk titled "The Journey to Cloud Cadence" in which he discussed the transformationt at Microsoft Developer Division from a waterfallian box product delivery cycle of four years to Agile practices enabling a hybrid SaaS and on-prem business, triweekly delivery of new features in the service, and quarterly delivery for on-premise customers.

InterState: A Language and Environment for Expressing Interface Behavior

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 28, 2014 3

InterState is a new programming language and environment aimed at addressing the challenges of writing and reusing user interface code. InterState's creators Stephen Oney, Brad Myers, and Joel Brandt claim in their paper that InterState can help programmers to better understand, navigate, and reuse their GUI components even with complex interfaces involving thousands of objects.

Oracle Database Gets In-Memory

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jul 28, 2014 2

Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1.0.2) is now available and includes the much anticipated “In-memory” feature, along with several other improvements.

Blameless Post-Mortems

by João Miranda on  Jul 28, 2014

Blameless post-mortems of production incidents are increasingly seen as an essential fixture of any organisation's procedures. Mathias Meyer, from Travis CI, shared how blameless post-mortems had a profound effect on him. InfoQ took this opportunity to have a look at post-mortem practices of organizations like Etsy, GitHub or Chef.

Oracle Launches Project Valhalla for Java

by Ben Evans on  Jul 28, 2014 11

Oracle launches Project Valhalla to experiment with advanced features for the JVM and Java language, including a major revision of Java's approach to generic types.

Protocol Design and Implementation with Martin Thompson

by Harry Brumleve on  Jul 27, 2014

Martin Thompson answers a few questions about the opportunity for developers and architects to introduce custom protocols to their system's interaction points.

GitHub, BitBucket, Twitter and other Secure Services Affected on Mac OS X By Expired SSL Certificate

by Dio Synodinos on  Jul 27, 2014

On Saturday July 26th, an intermediate certificate issued by DigiCert that was used by online services like GitHub, BitBucket, etc expired. Since this certificate was widely cached in the keychains of many Mac OS X users, this expiration caused any connection via browser or API to raise certificate chain errors.

Hypermedia is like Dancing

by Jan Stenberg on  Jul 27, 2014

To take full advantage of the benefits of hypermedia driven systems, the client must allow the server to take the lead and drive the state of the client, Darrel Miller writes comparing with a couple who can dance, one leads and the other just follows, there is no a choreographed sequence of steps defined beforehand.

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