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Apache Aurora v0.7.0 Released with Docker Support

by Daniel Bryant on  Feb 22, 2015

The Apache Aurora community have released version 0.7.0-incubating of the Apache Aurora framework for Mesos, which provides a platform for long-running services and cron jobs. This release includes beta integration with Docker, official support for the Aurora command-line client v2, and performance improvements for running Aurora at scale.

Artistic Parallels Between Making Music and Agile Testing

by Ben Linders on  Feb 21, 2015

Music can be used as a metaphor to illustrate learnings from agile and testing. Alexandra Schladebeck and Huib Schoots will do a live performance in their keynote “where words fail, music speaks” at the Agile Testing Day Netherlands 2015. An interview about artistic parallels between music and agile testing, what agile teams can learn from musicians, and feedback in agile software development.

Ruby Developers can now Manage Microsoft Azure Services with Fog

by Daniel Bryant on  Feb 20, 2015

Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. have released a Ruby ‘fog-azure’ gem to provide Microsoft Azure support for the Fog cloud services library.

MongoDB 3.0 - WiredTiger Storage Engine and Updated MMS

by Alex Giamas on  Feb 20, 2015

Some time ago, when MongoDB 2.6 was released Kelly Stirman, Director of Products at MongoDB answered our questions regarding the latest release. Now with MongoDB 3.0 announced for March and MongoDB 3.0 RC-8 already available, it’s time to see in more detail what WiredTiger storage engine, new and improved MMS and storage compression can bring to NoSQL users.

Lenovo Responds to Superfish Vulnerability

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 20, 2015

Lenovo has responded to the criticism of the Superfish software pre-loaded onto its computers with advice on how to remove the offending tool. But what was the issue, and why was it pre-loaded in the first place? InfoQ investigates. Meanwhile, Microsoft has pushed out a definition of Microsoft Defender to remove Superfish and its root certificate.

Diana Larsen talks about Agile Fluency, Barriers to Agility and the value of Open Space Technology

by Shane Hastie on  Feb 20, 2015 1

Diana Larsen is keynoting at the upcoming Agile India conference. Her talk is titled "Dancing Along the Agile Fluency Path" in which she will present a model for achieving and assessing the level of fluency an organisation has in their adoption of agile values and principles. She spoke to InfoQ about collaborative work cultures, barriers to agility, retrospectives and the value of open space.

Advancing The Realtime Web With RethinkDB

by Alex Giamas on  Feb 19, 2015

RethinkDB is an open-source distributed database built to store JSON and scale with very little effort. Self compared with MongoDB, RethinkDB is aiming to be developer friendly all the while maintaining an operations oriented approach of being highly available and high scale..a way to subscribe to change notifications from the database. A client can subscribe to changes in a table and get notified

Pivotal Open Sources Their Big Data Suite

by Abel Avram on  Feb 19, 2015 7

Pivotal has decided to open source core components of their Big Data Suite and has announced the Open Data Platform, an initiative promoting open source and standardization for Big Data.

New UXKit Framework Spotted in OS X 10.10.3 Provides UIKit-like API

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 19, 2015

There has recently been a lot of talking about a new UXKit framework that was spotted in OS X 10.10.3 beta. What is interesting about it is that its API is very close to iOS UIKit’s, leading several developers to hope that it can bring the two platforms closer to one another.

Monitoring as a Service

by Carlos Sanchez on  Feb 19, 2015

James Turnbull, VP of engineering at Kickstarter and author of The Docker Book, presented at both FOSDEM and Config Management Camp about monitoring, sharing his views on modern, scalable, business oriented monitoring, provided as a service with self service APIs, and integrated in the project development.

Q&A with Dave Gray about Liminal Thinking for Organizational Change

by Ben Linders on  Feb 19, 2015 1

The majority of change initiatives fail because people feel that they do not have any influence in the proposed changes and don’t understand how they affect them or would make things better for them says Dave Gray. Liminal thinking is a change approach that focuses on understanding how people construct and change their beliefs. It provides a skill set to create and use thresholds to effect change.

Both IE and Chrome Are to Support asm.js

by Abel Avram on  Feb 19, 2015

The modern.IE Platform Status indicates that now asm.js is in Development. According to Microsoft, the Chakra engine in Windows 10 will support asm.js, and Microsoft has been collaborating with Mozilla to implement it faster. Chrome is going to support it via TurboFan, a new optimizing compiler for V8.

Docker Inc., Release Docker 1.5 With Read-only Containers, Stats and More

by Daniel Bryant on  Feb 18, 2015

Docker Inc., have released version 1.5 of the Docker application container runtime, which contains IPv6 support, read-only containers, access to container statistics, “named Dockerfiles” and a Docker image specification v1.0.0.

Community Debates API Specification Alternatives

by Jerome Louvel on  Feb 18, 2015 6

Hacker News was recently home to an active debate on the best way to write an API specification. The community weighed in with the latest information on API languages including API Blueprint, RAML, Swagger, as well as the API tools including Apiary, apiDoc, Readme.io, Slate and many other options.

Apple Announces TestFlight Groups, Larger Binary Submission Limit

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 18, 2015

Apple announced TestFlight Groups, a new feature aimed at making it easier to manage groups of beta users in TestFlight. On the same day, Apple also announced that the App Store is now accepting larger binaries.

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