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Intel Open Sources Arduino 101 Real Time OS

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 29, 2016

Arduino announced that Intel has released Arduino 101 real time operating system (RTOS) for hacking and studying purpose.

Continuous Deployment at Instagram

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Apr 28, 2016

Instagram's continuous deployment pipeline lets them push code faster to production, identify bad commits easily and always be release ready. Put together in an iterative manner over a period of time, the key principles behind it include a high quality test suite, quick identification of bad commits, visibility at each stage to improve buy-in from stakeholders and a working rollback plan.

Vulnerability in Java Reflection Library Fixed after 30 Months

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Apr 28, 2016 4

In July 2013 Security Explorations discovered a vulnerability in Java by which attackers could elevate their access privileges. Oracle released a patch, but a simple modification was discovered that still makes the attack effective. Once known, Oracle released a patch as part of 8u77. In this article we investigate the little understood class loading process at the heart of the problem.

Collision: How Flash Storage Will Transform IT

by David Iffland on  Apr 28, 2016

Massive reductions in cost for flash storage along with new technologies promise to dramatically change how well IT shops can satisfy what's expected of them in the cloud era. John Roese, CTO of EMC lays out a case for why companies need to adopt new technologies in order to out-perform their competitors.

Operational Data Stream and Batch Processing at Netflix with Mantis

by Dylan Raithel on  Apr 27, 2016

Operational Data Stream and Batch Processing at Netflix with Mantis

Open Sourcing Artificial Intelligence Research

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 27, 2016

Today OpenAI, a non-profit artificial intelligence research company founded by InfoSys and Amazon Web Services, announced a beta for OpenAI Gym. Gym is a Python based toolkit for developing and comparing reinforcement learning (RL) algorithms offered under the MIT license.

Firefox 46 Tackles Security Issues, Improves Performance

by James Chesters on  Apr 27, 2016

Mozilla has released Firefox 46, including improved security of the JavaScript JIT Compiler, and delaying Addon signing.

Collision: Online Harassment and Machine Learning

by David Iffland on  Apr 27, 2016

Online harassment is a serious issue, one that the engineers and designers behind the keyboard don't always think about when building software. Machine learning is become more prevalent but as more technology companies take advantage of it, they risk alienating their users even more by presenting content that isn't actually relevant.

Concourse: Scalable Open Source CI Pipeline Tool

by Grischa Ekart on  Apr 27, 2016

Concourse, an open source CI pipeline tool that uses yaml files for configuring pipelines and configuration-free setup, has recently bumped its major release and is currently available in version 1.1.0. Major conceptual benefits of Concourse are explicit and first-class support of pipelines, running isolated builds in containers, avoidance of snowflake build servers and easy access to build logs.

Samsung and Codenvy release Artik IDE for IoT

by Alex Blewitt on  Apr 27, 2016

Today at the Samsung Developers Conference, Codenvy announced the first public release of the Samsung Artik IDE which allows building applications for the Samsung Artik IoT devices.

Xamarin.Forms Open Sourced

by Jeff Martin on  Apr 27, 2016

Xamarin.Forms has been released as an MIT-licensed open source project as Microsoft continues to open up their .NET software platform. Coinciding with this announcement is news that Visual Studio users will find it easier to perform development for iOS devices from within Visual Studio.

V8 JavaScript Engine 5.1 Brings More ECMAScript Compliance, WASM Support

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 27, 2016

Google has announced version 5.1 of its V8 JavaScript engine, which improves compliance with the ECMAScript 2017 draft specification and adds preliminary support for WASM, a low-level portable bytecode aimed to enable near-native execution speed.

Node.js 6.0 Supports 93% of ES2015

by Abel Avram on  Apr 27, 2016

Node.js 6.0 has been released, becoming the new current version. It comes with performance improvements, better test and documentation coverage, better security and wide support for ES2015.

A Whole System Based on Event Sourcing is an Anti-Pattern

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 26, 2016

Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) was never meant to be the end goal of what we are trying to achieve, it is a stepping stone towards the ideas of Event sourcing, Greg Young stated in his presentation at the Domain-Driven Design Europe conference earlier this year. He noted though that just applying CQRS is still a valuable pattern.

Collision: VR Content Democratization Key to Proliferation

by David Iffland on  Apr 26, 2016

Most Virtual Reality content is expensively and professionally produced by technology companies. For the technology to proliferate and satiate consumers wants, we need more ways to produce and share content.

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