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Looking at .NET Core on GitHub

by Jeff Martin on  Jan 30, 2015

It has been roughly 2 months since Microsoft started the open source released of the .NET Core libraries. The project has seen tremendous growth, and has provided some details as to how the move to GitHub has boosted development.

Google Adds Private Docker Registry to Google Cloud Platform

by Janakiram MSV on  Jan 29, 2015

Google Cloud Platform now has its own private registry to host Docker images. This enables DevOps teams to securely store and retrieve Docker images.

JHipster 2.0 Released with AngularJS improvements, Liquibase diffs, and Spring WebSockets

by Matt Raible on  Jan 29, 2015

JHipster, the Yeoman generator for Spring Boot/Angular projects, released version 2.0 earlier this month, with some notable changes: 1) the AngularJS code has been modularized, making it easier to use JHipster for larger projects and 2) Liquibase is now able to create "diffs" between the JPA code and the database, making it easier to update your database schema.

YouTube Switches to HTML5 Video Player

by David Iffland on  Jan 29, 2015

After many years of working on HTML5 support, YouTube has decided to use their HTML5 video player as the default for modern browsers, using the old Flash-based player only for legacy browsers. Using MPEG-DASH and W3C Media Source Extensions, YouTube can use Adaptive Bitrate streaming to reduce buffering and improve initial playback speed.

The Road to C# 7 Has Begun

by Jonathan Allen on  Jan 29, 2015 2

With C# 6 nearly complete, work has begun on the next version. Like past versions, the first step is to set an overall theme and scope for what is to come. That vision has been shared by Mads Torgersen by publishing the first set of meeting notes for the C# 7 design team.

Microsoft Releases Details, Confirms Rumours On Spartan Project

by James Chesters on  Jan 28, 2015 1

Microsoft has released details of its rumoured Spartan browser project, and confirms a move towards standards used by other, more modern, browsers.

Bad Practices Building Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Jan 28, 2015 1

When adopting a microservices architecture, using an external architect to create the design of a service instead of helping a team make their own decisions about design and implementation is one of several traps or bad practices that Vladimir Khorikov has experienced in his work.

Mesosphere Release Mesos-DNS Service Discovery for Apache Mesos

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 28, 2015

Mesosphere have released an alpha version of Mesos-DNS, an open source service discovery framework for cloud environments running applications on the Apache Mesos cluster manager.

TestFlightApp.com is Going to Shut Down Next Month

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 28, 2015

Apple announced that "services offered at TestFlightApp.com will no longer be available after February 26, 2015." The announcement contains a few important hints to help transitioning existing apps from TestFlightApp.com to iTunes Connect.

Google Announces General Availability of Local SSD on Compute Engine

by Janakiram MSV on  Jan 27, 2015

Announced at Google I/O in June 2014, Local SSD moved from beta into general availability mode.

Groovy 2.4 Released, Brings Full Android support

by James Chesters on  Jan 27, 2015

Guillaume Laforge has released Groovy 2.4, bringing full Android support. LaForge says the new Android support "allows developers to write Android applications fully using Groovy, with much less boilerplate code than raw Java."

Unity Launches Analytics on iOS and Android

by Matt McComb on  Jan 27, 2015

Unity last week announced the launch of Unity Analytics, a service which assists game developers in gaining an understanding into the behaviour of their players. The service is currently in an open beta with support for the iOS and Android platforms only.

Vivaldi: A New Browser Created by Former Opera Developers

by Abel Avram on  Jan 27, 2015 2

A team of former Opera developers along with their ex-CEO Jon von Tetzchner have created a new browser called Vivaldi.

EMRFS Brings Consistency to Amazon S3

by Jérôme Serrano on  Jan 27, 2015

Amazon recently announced EMRFS, an implementation of HDFS that allows EMR clusters to use S3 with a stronger consistency model. When enabled, this new feature keeps track of operations performed on S3 and provides list consistency, delete consistency and read-after-write-consistency, for any cluster created with Amazon Machine Image (AMI) version 3.2.1 or greater.

QCon London 5 Weeks Away; Top Tracks, Sessions, and Speakers

by Nitin Bharti on  Jan 27, 2015

The ninth annual QCon London (March 2-6) will feature in-depth presentations and case studies from Netflix, Google, Facebook, Uber, eBay, SoundCloud and others. Learn from front line, industry practitioners on topics like Microservices, Docker, Engineering Culture, Go, Reactive Architecture, Low Latency Trading, Continuous Delivery, and more.

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