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Codio: A Multi-language IDE with Its Own Ubuntu Instance

by Abel Avram on  Jul 08, 2014 7

Codio is a browser-based IDE supporting a large number of languages and including its own Ubuntu instance to test the code.

Docker Gets Ignore, Auto-Pauses Containers On Commit

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jul 08, 2014

Docker 1.1.0 was recently released, within a month of the 1.0 release, with several features such as .dockerignore, pausing of containers when a commit is made to them, tailing logs and several other improvements.

Patterns for Building and Deploying Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Jul 08, 2014

Managing micro-services means looking after lots of small systems talking to each other and automated provisioning as well as infrastructure automation is crucial, James Lewis states when sharing techniques and practices that have helped him manage the increased operational complexity a microservice architecture gives.

BipIO Goes Beta - An Interview With Michael Pearson

by Saul Caganoff on  Jul 08, 2014

BipIO is a light-weight open source IPaaS which lets you visually interconnect various cloud services as micro-apps or personal workflows. After running as a private beta, BipIO recently opened up to the public. We spoke with Michael Pearson, Founder and Technical Lead for BipIO about the platform and his experience developing it using NodeJS and lots of public APIs.

rest: Open Source REST Framework For Haskell

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jul 07, 2014

Silk has recently open-sourced a REST framework for Haskell, called "rest". It provides a DSL for defining REST services which can then be run in popular web frameworks such as happstack. This comes with features such as type-safe URLs, abstraction of format-type support, and a clean separation of API specification and business logic.

Google's Study Provides Insights into Programmers' Build Errors

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 07, 2014

Google engineers have recently published a research paper presenting an empirical study of 26.6 million builds produced during a period of nine months by thousands of developers at Google. The paper describes the build workflow, and analyzes failure frequency, compiler error types, and resolution efforts. Such a study, its authors say, can help improve the build process and support to developers.

InfoQ Mobile Site Launched

by Dio Synodinos on  Jul 07, 2014 2

InfoQ has launched a mobile-specific version of the site that is optimized for smartphones and offers a faster user interface, with a smaller download footprint, whilst making the most of the limited screen real-estate.

Fail Fast Means Learn Fast

by Rui Miguel Ferreira on  Jul 04, 2014

Failing fast and often is one of the encouraged practices for agile teams. Sander Hoogendoorn, author of the This is Agile book discusses on his blog the importance of having a strategy that helps you on the decision of aborting a project by assuming its failure on an early stage.

Google Releases Google Play Services 5.0

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 04, 2014

Recently released Google Play Services 5.0 includes a number of new features, such as Android wearable services APIs, Dynamic Security Provider and App Indexing, along with updates to existing APIs. The new release should already be rolling out worldwide to Android devices running Android 2.2 or better.

ART: The New Android Runtime

by Barry Burd on  Jul 04, 2014 3

At Google I/O 2014, presenters Brian Carlstrom, Anwar Ghuloum, and Ian Rogers (all from Google) discussed ART (the Android RunTime). ART replaces Dalvik as the default platform for the next Android release. (A preview of the next Android release, termed Android L, is available as a download for developers. Android L will go public sometime in the fall.)

The Release Process Used by Mozilla for Firefox

by Abel Avram on  Jul 04, 2014 1

This article presents the release process used by Mozilla for their browser.

The Term µServices Already Defined Four Years Ago

by Jan Stenberg on  Jul 04, 2014 2

“I coined the term µServices four years ago defining them as services that always communicate within the same process, without any overhead, as a way to separate these lightweight services from the heavy, costly, and complex services people tended to think about because of the advent of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)” Peter Kriens recently claimed.

Ecma Standardizes Dart

by Abel Avram on  Jul 04, 2014

Ecma International has standardized the first edition of Dart, ECMA-408.

The Spring IO Platform Released to Simplify Dependency Management

by Matt Raible on  Jul 03, 2014

Pivotal last week released the first version of their new Spring IO Platform 1.0. At its core, the Spring IO Platform is a list of dependencies (and their versions) that work well together. Its implementation is a Maven POM file that you can import into your projects to set the versions for dependencies. These dependencies are curated and harmonized across Spring projects.

Raddish: Node.js Framework with Support for Threads and Sockets

by James Chesters on  Jul 01, 2014

Jasper van Rijbroek has released Raddish, a new Node.js framework with "ridiculous speeds" that also comes with out of the box support for threads and sockets. According to its own notes, Raddish aims to be "amazingly fast". Van Rijbroek told InfoQ that by using a fallback system Raddish allows developers to write less code to reach their goals.

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