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IBM's Swift Response

by Alex Blewitt on  Dec 04, 2015

IBM has committed itself to the Swift platform, with a newly launched Swift Engineering blog and a web-based Swift sandbox environment to allow users to test out Swift code remotely.

Raspberry Pi Launches the Zero, a $5 Computer

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 26, 2015

The Raspberry Pi foundation has launched their latest device, a five dollar computer smaller than a playing card. Based on the model A, it won't win speed records, but it is cheap enough to publish on the cover of a magazine. InfoQ investigates.

Linux Debugging Comes to Visual Studio

by Jeff Martin on  Nov 19, 2015

Visual Studio 2015 continues to expand its reach into non-Windows development scenarios. A new extension enables Visual Studio to be used to debug C++ code being run on Linux-based systems.

Red Hat Linux Enterprise is Reference Platform for .NET Core on Linux

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 05, 2015

Microsoft and Red Hat announced they will bring official support to .NET runtime on Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux. According to the two companies, Red Hat Enterprise Linux will become the primary reference operating system for .NET Core on Linux.

Lightweight, Embeddable VM Avian Supports 64-Bit iOS Devices

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 02, 2015 2

Avian is a lightweight, portable, embeddable virtual machine that aims to support a reduced subset of Java on iOS alongside Linux, FreeBSD, and Windows. Version 1.2 added support for ARM64 on Linux and iOS.

New Linux-Only Mainframes Support Chef

by Guillermo Beltri on  Sep 16, 2015

IBM has announced LinuxONE, a Linux-only hardware portfolio which runs SUSE, Red Hat or Ubuntu distributions and adds support for different open-source tools such as Docker and Chef. This offering is targeted to both large enterprises and mid-size businesses.

Qt 5.5 Adds New GL Modules, Improves Cross-platform Support

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 10, 2015 2

Coming only six months after the release of Qt 5.4, Qt 5.5 fixes almost 1500 reported bugs and adds new features, while also ensuring that it will be ready for Windows 10 on time, improving Linux compatibility and OS X parity.

Microsoft Recommits to Providing SSH for Windows

by Jeff Martin on  Jun 04, 2015 1

The third time may be the charm as Microsoft has announced intentions to produce native SSH client and server tools for the Windows platform. Using OpenSSH as a starting point, Microsoft says their goals for the new toolset includes easier system management of both Windows and Linux systems.

Security Vulnerabilities in Docker Hub Images

by Chris Swan on  May 29, 2015 2

BanyanOps have published a report stating that ‘Over 30% of Official Images in Docker Hub Contain High Priority Security Vulnerabilities’, which include some of the sensational 2014 issues such as ShellShock and Heartbleed. The analysis also looks at user generated ‘general’ repositories and finds an even greater level of vulnerability.

Serious Red Hat Linux Bug Affects Haswell-based Servers

by Jeff Martin on  May 19, 2015

Users and administrators of Red Hat-based Linux distributions version 6.6 should plan to update their systems as soon as possible due to the presence a significant bug that cause their system to deadlock.

Docker Security Benchmark

by Chris Swan on  May 08, 2015

Docker Inc have worked with the Center for Internet Security (CIS) to produce a benchmark document containing numerous recommendations for the security of Docker deployments. The benchmark was announced in a blog post ‘Understanding Docker Security and Best Practices’ by Diogo Mónica who was recently hired along with Nathan McCauley to lead the Docker Security team.

Systemd Debuts in New Debian 8 “Jessie”

by Sergio De Simone on  May 06, 2015

The Debian project has announced the new stable version of its operating system, codenamed “Jessie.” The new OS marks the shift to systemd, which replaces the previously used SystemV, and many more improvements.

Running .NET on Linux and Mac OS X

by Jeff Martin on  May 04, 2015 5

The .NET Core runtime has realized the vision of being truly cross-platform with its arrival on Linux and Mac OS X. Last week at Microsoft Build, Microsoft Program Manager Habib Heydarian talked about how this benefits developers and where they can start to explore the new opportunities.

Microsoft Unveils Visual Studio for Linux and OS X

by Jeff Martin on  Apr 29, 2015 5

Microsoft has announced the release of a native Visual Studio application for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

RancherOS: A Minimal OS for Docker in Production

by Manuel Pais on  Mar 31, 2015

RancherOS claims to be a production-ready minimalist Linux distribution running on and dedicated to Docker containers. Fast booting, small binary fingerprint and alignment with latest Docker releases are some of the arguments supporting the claim.

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