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Windows 10 SDK Brings Universal Apps to Visual Studio

by Jeff Martin on  Mar 26, 2015

The Windows 10 SDK, dubbed the Tools for Windows 10 Technical Preview, has been released allowing developers to experiment firsthand with writing apps for Windows 10 that take advantage of the Universal App platform. When enabled developers can produce an app that runs unmodified across all Windows 10 enabled devices: including PC, phone, and XBOX.

FB ComponentKit: Declaratively Creating Native UIs on iOS

by Abel Avram on  Mar 26, 2015

Facebook has open sourced ComponentKit, a declarative library for creating native views on iOS.

Microsoft Acquires Revolution Analytics

by Jérôme Serrano on  Mar 25, 2015

Microsoft increased its foothold in the data science community last winter by acquiring Revolution Analytics, a major provider of software and services based on the open-source R project for computational statistics. The deal is expected to bring R capabilities to the Microsoft suite of products and facilitate the adoption of R-based solutions in the enterprise environment.

Informal HTML6 Proposal for "Single-page Apps Without JavaScript" Attracts Controversy

by James Chesters on  Mar 25, 2015 1

Bobby Mozumder, editor in chief of Future Claw magazine, has sparked debate by putting forward his "HTML6 proposal for single-page apps without JavaScript."

Microsoft Consolidates Azure Application Services into App Service

by Janakiram MSV on  Mar 25, 2015

Microsoft attempts to bring web, mobile, API and workflow development under one umbrella called App Services. Along with this, Microsoft also added integration for many 3rd party APIs.

Clarifying Domain-Driven Design Using a Trading Application Example

by Jan Stenberg on  Mar 24, 2015

Domain-Driven Design (DDD) is an approach to building software emphasizing collaboration between domain experts, developers and others involved in order to meet business objectives, Naresh Bhatia explains introducing the DDD base concepts exemplifying with Bullsfirst, an example system of medium complexity from the financial trading domain.

Lodash, the JavaScript Library You're Already Using

by David Iffland on  Mar 24, 2015

lodash, the JavaScript utility library has become the most dependend on package in npm. Originally a fork of Underscore.js, lodash has shaken off its underdog status and become the go-to utility library.

Experiencing the Difference Between Dev & Ops and DevOps

by Ben Linders on  Mar 24, 2015

In a workshop at the Agile Testing Day Netherlands attendants experienced the Dev & Ops and DevOps approaches. An interview with Jaap Schuttevaer about what DevOps can bring to organizations, tearing down the walls between Dev and Ops and advice for organizations that want to apply DevOps.

InnoDB Enhancements for MySQL 5.7

by Jonathan Allen on  Mar 23, 2015

MySQL 5.7 comes with over 20 enhancements to InnoDB. In this, the first of our reports on MySQL 5.7, we will cover some of the highlights such as temp table performance, spatial indexes, and full text search parsers.

Playing the Product Owner Value Game

by Ben Linders on  Mar 23, 2015

The product owner value game is a card game for teams. The objective of the game is to deliver as much value as possible. Teams learn to prioritize backlogs, plan iterations, and deliver results. The game helps teams to talk about agile principles, and exchange experiences.

Amazon EBS Service Supports Enhanced Size and Increased Performance

by Janakiram MSV on  Mar 22, 2015

Amazon announced increased size and IOPS for Elastic Block Store (EBS) at AWS re:Invent 2014. This feature has now become generally available in all AWS regions.

The Demise of Open Source Hosting Providers Codehaus and Google Code

by Alex Blewitt on  Mar 22, 2015 1

Open Source project hosting sites like SourceForge, Codehaus and Google Code inspired developers to share their code for projects not associated with a foundation like Apache or Eclipse. Over the past few years, these hosting sites have been superseded by GitHub, to the extent that they are closing down over the next year. InfoQ looks back at their contributions and into the future.

Making Sense of Event Stream Processing

by Jan Stenberg on  Mar 22, 2015 1

Structuring data as a stream of events is an idea appearing in many areas and is the ideal way of storing data. Aggregating a read model from these events is an ideal way to present data to a user, Martin Kleppmann claims explains when describing the fundamental ideas behind Stream Processing, Event Sourcing and Complex Event Processing (CEP).

Lessons Learned From Scaling Services at Google and eBay

by João Miranda on  Mar 22, 2015

Randy Shoup shared his experiences to the QCon London audience in scaling services at Google and eBay, giving advice on building and operating services. A successful services strategy requires end-to-end service ownership, decentralized decision-making and standardization efforts focused on protocols of communications and supporting infrastructure.

Install Eclipse Projects with a lot more Oomph

by Alex Blewitt on  Mar 21, 2015

At last week's EclipseCon, Eike Stepper and Ed Merks introduced Eclipse Oomph, which aims to simplify the out-of-the-box experience for Eclipse installations, facilitating IDE setup and project checkouts. Eclipse Oomph is available as a standalone installer for Eclipse and is built into Eclipse Mars packages, which are available as M6 releasees with a release date of June 2015.

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