BT

Xamarin.Studio 5.9 Now Supports C# 6

by Sergio De Simone on  May 15, 2015

The recently released Xamarin.Studio 5.9 adds support for C# 6, improvements to Sketches, new debugger’s visualizers, and more.

MODE: An IoT Platform for Managing Smart Devices

by Abel Avram on  May 14, 2015 1

MODE is an IoT platform deployed in the cloud and providing support for registration, management and control of smart devices.

IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation 7.0 now Supports Cloudant, REST, oAuth

by Sergio De Simone on  May 13, 2015

Version 7 of IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation introduces many new features and enhancements to “enable enterprises to accelerate the delivery of their mobile strategy” by making development more efficient, supporting continuous delivery, and improving user experience, says IBM.

Microsoft Project Oxford Aims to Bring Intelligence to Apps

by Sergio De Simone on  May 12, 2015

Under the name of Project Oxford, Microsoft has made available a set of RESTful APIs that aim to make it possible for developers to build apps that feature face recognition, speech processing, and other machine learning algorithms. Part of the Azure portfolio, the new APIs are currently in beta and free to use up to 5,000 call per month.

CoreOS App Container Spec Gains Support from Google, Apcera and Red Hat

by Daniel Bryant on  May 12, 2015

At the inaugural CoreOS Fest in San Francisco, the CoreOS team announced that the App Container specification (appc) has recently gained support from Google, Apcera, Red Hat and VMware. Google have added support for CoreOS’s appc implementation ‘rkt’ into Kubernetes, and Apcera have created a new implementation of appc, named ‘Kurma’.

Deployment in Universal Applications

by Jonathan Allen on  May 11, 2015

While the enterprise deployment scenario remains unsatisfactory, deploying Universal Applications through the Windows Store has improved significantly in Windows 10.

QCon New York in 4 Weeks: Top Tracks and Sessions; New Mini-Talks (June 8-12, 2015)

by Nitin Bharti on  May 11, 2015

QCon New York 2015 will feature over 90 breakout sessions, daily open spaces, and for the first time this year, a series of mini-talks on Microservices, Product Engineering, Machine Learning, and more. The next early discount to save $300 ends May 16th. Here are the most popular tracks, sessions, and tutorials at the upcoming QCon NY according to page view traffic on qconnewyork.com.

Automating the Modern Datacenter with Terraform and Consul

by Daniel Bryant on  May 10, 2015

At CraftConf 2015, Mitchell Hashimoto argued that current provisioning and configuration tooling is not adequate for orchestrating the ‘modern datacenter’. The modern datacenter is agile and elastic, and ‘services’ may be spread across potentially disparate vendor platforms. Hashimoto introduced Terraform and Consul, which may be used to provide automation in these challenging environments

Python 3.5 will Support Async/Await Asynchronous Programming

by Sergio De Simone on  May 07, 2015 1

Python 3.5 will add support for coroutines with async and await syntax, according to Python Enhancement Proposal (PEP) #0492. The proposal aims at making coroutines a native Python language feature and to "establish a common, easily approachable, mental model of asynchronous programming."

Platypi JavaScript Platform Launches

by David Iffland on  May 07, 2015

The Platypi JavaScript Platform recently launched and offers developers a suite of tools including a MVC framework built in TypeScript as well as a UI library and a command line tool. The platform uses Apache Cordova for cross device compatibility.

Glenn Tamkin on Applying Apache Hadoop to NASA's Big Climate Data

by Srini Penchikala on  May 06, 2015

NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) is using Apache Hadoop for high-performance data analytics. Glenn Tamkin from NASA team, recently spoke at ApacheCon Conference and shared the details of the platform they built for climate data analysis with Hadoop.

Advantages of CQRS

by Jan Stenberg on  May 06, 2015

Today’s applications are commonly unnecessarily complex or slow because of not using Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), Gabriel Schenker claims while stating he believes CQRS to be one of the most useful architectural patterns when used in the context of complex Line of Business (LOB) applications.

Google Offers Bigtable in the Cloud

by Abel Avram on  May 06, 2015

Google is making available to customers Cloud Bigtable, their own database used for more than a decade for services such as Search, GMail, Maps or YouTube. While they are not open sourcing Bigtable as they did with other products, the new cloud service is accessible through an open source interface, the Apache HBase 1.0.1 API.

Apple Opens Up Engagement Metrics with App Analytics Beta

by Sergio De Simone on  May 05, 2015

Apple has opened up its new App Analytics service for beta testing. The service was initially mentioned at last WWDC and aims to provide a way to learn how customers “discover and engage with your apps.”

Adatao Launches Full Stack Data Intelligence Platform

by Alex Giamas on  May 04, 2015

Adatao recently announced the general availability of its Data Intelligence platform. Its platform aims to make data analysis and predictive analytics available to everyone in large organizations. Adatao had secured an investment of $13 million last year from a group of investors including Bloomberg Beta, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz.

General Feedback
Bugs
Advertising
Editorial
Marketing
InfoQ.com and all content copyright © 2006-2015 C4Media Inc. InfoQ.com hosted at Contegix, the best ISP we've ever worked with.
Privacy policy
BT