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Microsoft Embraces GitHub for their .NET Compilers

by Jonathan Allen on  Jan 21, 2015

Microsoft is continuing their move from CodePlex to GitHub for their open source offerings. The F# compiler was moved on the 13th, with the Roslyn based C# and VB compilers following a few days later.

Facebook Open Sources Modules for Faster Deep Learning on Torch

by Abel Avram on  Jan 20, 2015

Facebook has open sourced a number of modules for faster training of neural networks on Torch.

Atom API 1.0 is Stable

by Abel Avram on  Jan 16, 2015 2

The Atom’s team has announced a pre-release but stable version of the editor’s API.

Major release for L20n, Mozilla's Localisation Framework

by James Chesters on  Jan 13, 2015

Mozilla has released version 1.0 of L20n, an open source, localisation-specific scripting language.

RESTier: A New Framework for Building OData Services

by Abel Avram on  Jan 09, 2015

The Microsoft OData Team has made available the preview version of RESTier, a middleware development framework for building OData 4.0 RESTful APIs. RESTier is based on ASP.NET Web API.

jQuery Takes Over the Pointer Events Polyfill from Google

by Abel Avram on  Dec 30, 2014

The Chromium team announced back in August that Google is no longer working on implementing Pointer Events in Chrome in order to focus on Touch Events. Now they have given control to the Pointer Events polyfill library to jQuery which is hoping to “drive developer adoption of this unified event system” and eventually see “all browsers implement this standard natively.”

Ruby 2.2.0 Released, Featuring Incremental and Symbol GC

by João Miranda on  Dec 29, 2014

Ruby 2.2.0, released on December 25th, is the gift rubyists got for Christmas. Highlights include several garbage collection (GC) improvements. There is a new incremental GC algorithm and symbols are now garbage collectable. Ruby also got a collection of minor improvements on the core classes and its standard library.

Prana: A Sidecar Application for NetflixOSS-based Services

by Daniel Bryant on  Dec 20, 2014

Netflix has released Prana, an open-source "sidecar" application the company developed to allow heterogeneous microservice applications to use the NetflixOSS JVM-based platform support libraries.

Critical Git and Mercurial Vulnerability on OS X and Windows

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 19, 2014 2

A critical security vulnerability affecting Git and Mercurial has been announced yesterday, making it possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands in the client machine. The vulnerability only affects clients running on OS X (HFS+) and Windows (NTFS, FAT). The Git core team has published new releases for all current versions of Git.

Google Open Sources Cloud Dataflow Java SDK

by Abel Avram on  Dec 18, 2014

Google announced earlier this year their Cloud Dataflow, a service and SDK for processing large amounts of data in batches or real time. Now they have open sourced the Dataflow Java SDK, enabling developers to see how it works and possibly use the SDK for services running on-premises or in other clouds.

Cloud Foundry Foundation Forms with 40 Member Companies

by Janakiram MSV on  Dec 11, 2014

Cloud Foundry Foundation is formed to established formal open governance model for the Cloud Foundry open source Platform as a Service (PaaS).

Serial Key Generating for .NET

by Jonathan Allen on  Dec 10, 2014

While many applications are now being sold through app stores, mid-sized and big-ticket software is still offered directly to customers via web sites. For these kinds of projects, out-of-band licensing is still a major concern. One way to manage licenses is via serial keys using libraries such as SKGL.

Android Developers Are Recommended to Switch from Eclipse to Android Studio 1.0

by Abel Avram on  Dec 10, 2014

Google has graduated Android Studio to 1.0 and is recommending developers to leave Eclipse behind.

Io.js, Node.js Fork, Plans First Release for January 2015

by James Chesters on  Dec 09, 2014

Io.js officially launched this week. A GitHub fork of joyent/node where contributions, releases, and contributorship are under an open governance model, plans its first release for January 2015. With some core members of the Node.js community dissatisfied with Joyent's Advisory board, and by Node's lack of releases, core team member Fedor Indutny set up io.js.

A First Look to .NET Core

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 08, 2014

Microsoft announced at connect() that .NET Core would be open sourced and it would provide a single code base to support all platforms, including Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. Recently, Immo Landwerth, Program Manager at Microsoft, has given more details about what .NET Core is and how it will provide "the foundation for all future .NET platforms."

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