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Deep Dive Into New Angular Compiler at ng-conf 2016

by David Iffland on  May 05, 2016

The day 2 keynote at ng-conf 2016 provided a deep dive into the new offline compiler and showcased some of the directions Angular 2 is moving towards in the future.

Deep Mind Discloses Details to InfoQ about NHS Partnership amid Reports of Vast Patient Data Access

by Dylan Raithel on  May 05, 2016 1

After months of awaiting details about the NHS and Google DeepMind partnership InfoQ gains insights into recent claims of widespread patient data access.

3 Development Patterns of Angular Universal

by David Iffland on  May 04, 2016

At the 2016 ng-conf, Jeff Whelpley and Patrick Stapleton showed off Angular Universal, the ability to render an Angular app on the server. Often, there are a few patterns that Angular Universal projects run into. Whelpley and Stapleton show off how to deal with three of those patterns.

Mobbing On An Article

by Stéphane Wojewoda in a Mob on  May 04, 2016

At the first Mob Programming Conference a group of authors experimented with mobbing to write a news item about working in this way. This is the result.

Angular 2 Reaches Release Candidate at ng-conf 2016

by David Iffland on  May 04, 2016

At the 2016 ng-conf, Brad Green and Jules Kremer took the Keynote stage to show off a little bit of the new Angular 2 Release Candidate and showcase some of the new features and community efforts.

GitLab Discloses Critical Vulnerability, Provides Patch

by Sergio De Simone on  May 04, 2016

GitLab has just announced a fix for a number of important security fixes, including a critical privilege escalation, and strongly recommends that all GitLab installations from version 8.2 onwards be upgraded immediately. InfoQ has spoken with GitLab’s Stan Hu, VP of Engineering.

Ticketmaster Launches API Suite

by Benjamin Young on  May 04, 2016

Ticketmaster joined the event API landscape in late March with the launch of their developer portal, a suite of public-facing APIs, Web page widgets, and a forthcoming SDK for mobile application integration.

SQL Server 2005 is No Longer Receiving Security Updates

by Jonathan Allen on  May 04, 2016 1

SQL Server 2005 has now officially hit its end of life. This means that it will no longer receive security updates and new vulnerabilities that are discovered will go unfixed. Yet a recent survey commissioned by Microsoft showed that 46% of companies using SQL Server had at least one production machine running SQL Server 2005.

DIGIT Act Defines Framework for U.S. Internet of Things Policy

by Kevin Farnham on  May 04, 2016

The Commerce Committee in the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the "Developing Innovation and Growing the Internet of Things (DIGIT) Act." The bi-partisan bill requires "the establishment of a working group tasked with identifying proposals meant to facilitate IoT growth." The bill follows-up on a March 2015 resolution that called for a national Internet of Things strategy...

MSDN/TechNet Being Open Sourced as docs.microsoft.com

by Jonathan Allen on  May 04, 2016

After 15 years of running on a “brittle codebase with an archaic publishing and deployment system”, Microsoft has finally decided to retire MSDN and TechNet. The replacement will be an open source project known as docs.microsoft.com.

GCC 6.1 Brings New C++17 Features, Full Support for OpenMP, Improves OpenACC

by Sergio De Simone on  May 03, 2016

Version 6.1 is the first major GCC release in about one year. It contains substantial new functionality, says GCC maintainer Jakub Jelinek, including new C++17 features, full support for OpenMP, and improved support for OpenACC.

Microsoft Graph Unifies Access to All APIs

by Jerome Louvel on  May 03, 2016

At the Microsoft Build conference in San Francisco, InfoQ had the opportunity to speak with Gareth Jones, API architect for the Microsoft Graph API which aims at making life easier for developers by providing a unified API endpoint. With the prevalence of Microsoft products in most businesses around the world, it is interesting to see how Microsoft solves this issue at their scale.

Rewritten Framework for Vue.js 2.0 Release

by James Chesters on  May 03, 2016

The team behind Vue.js has released v2.0, in what is described as a "full rewrite" of the framework. Vue creator Evan You describes Vue as the framework as consisting of "a core view layer and accompanying tools and supporting libraries," and says that the 2.0 release makes it even leaner and faster.

At Collision, Networking is King

by David Iffland on  May 03, 2016

At the 2016 Collision Conference in New Orleans, LA, networking is king. Beyond the massive room filled with start-ups is the opportunity for start-ups to checkout what others are doing and get a chance to meet with investors.

CoreOS Release ‘Stackanetes’, a Framework for Running OpenStack IaaS on Kubernetes

by Daniel Bryant on  May 03, 2016

At the OpenStack Summit, held in Austin, USA, CoreOS released ‘Stackanetes’, a framework that deploys standard OpenStack services into containers and uses Kubernetes’ application lifecycle management capabilities to allow organisations to run OpenStack Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and containers side-by-side.

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