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Google BigQuery Now Allows to Query All Open-Source Projects on GitHub

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 08, 2016 2

A full snapshot of more than 2.8 million open source project hosted on GitHub is now available in Google’s BigQuery, Google and GitHub announced. This will make it possible to query almost 2 billion source files hosted on GitHub using SQL.

Mozilla's Servo Browser Now Available Nightly

by David Iffland on  Jul 07, 2016

The Servo browser, built from scratch by Mozilla Research, has matured to the point where nightly builds are available for download. The group hopes to broaden the browser's reach so that they can quickly improve its web compatibility and performance.

Overcoming Paradigms to Become Truly Agile

by Ben Linders on  Jul 07, 2016 1

Truly agile is what you are, and to become agile you need to overcome paradigms, argues Arie van Bennekum, co-author of the agile manifesto. It takes "being agile" and not "doing agile" to achieve success. Agile is an interaction concept based on the values and principles of the agile manifesto. Technology facilitates agile working, but tools don’t make you agile.

How to Study and Apply Ideas from Successful Organisations

by Ben Linders on  Jul 07, 2016

Studying successful organisations can inspire you and provide ideas to improve your own organisation. Helena Moore explains how reading case studies about high performance leadership and culture from organisations like Netflix, Zappos, and Virgin, and visiting organisations like Timpson has helped to understand what makes these organisations successful and to find ways to apply them.

Samsung Acquires Cloud Provider Joyent

by Elton Stoneman on  Jul 06, 2016

Samsung has acquired Joyent, the public cloud provider positioning itself as a container-native cloud platform. The buyout gives Samsung an immediate cloud presence, and the potential to build an integrated back-end platform to support its consumer-facing devices. The biggest attraction for both parties may be the ability to offer an end-to-end experience in the Internet of Things space.

C++17 Feature List is Now Complete, Enters Review

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 06, 2016

During the last meeting in Oulu, Finland, the ISO C++ committee completed the definition of the C++17 feature list. At the meeting, a number of new language and library features were approved, including constexpr if, template , structured bindings, and others.

Java 9 on the Brink of a Delivery Date and Scope Review

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Jul 06, 2016

Following the passing of the May 2016 deadline for a feature complete Java 9, Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of the Java Platform, suggested a method to collectively review all work remaining in unfinished JEPs and decide whether to delay the project further in order to accommodate, or to descope them. Although the process hasn't finished yet, the current state suggests a combination of both.

npm Releases Enterprise Add-ons for Security, Licensing

by James Chesters on  Jul 06, 2016

Npm has released Enterprise add-ons, allowing developers to directly integrate third-party tools for the first time

Amazon Announces Immediate Availability of Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region

by Kent Weare on  Jul 05, 2016 1

On June 27th, Amazon announced the immediate availability of their 6th AWS Region in Asia Pacific. This region is in Mumbai, India and it joins other regions in Asia Pacific including Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo. With the addition of Mumbai, Amazon is now up to 35 Availability Zones across 13 geographic Regions worldwide.

.NET Core 1.0 Released

by Jeff Martin on  Jul 05, 2016 2

Microsoft has formally released version 1.0 of .NET Core, the freely available and open source version of .NET. This provides developers a multiplatform way to target Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X systems with a single codebase.

Apple Open-Sources its New Compression Algorithm LZFSE

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 02, 2016

Apple has open-sourced its new lossless compression algorithm, LZFSE, introduced last year with iOS 9 and OS X 10.10. According to Apple, LZFE provides the same compression gain as ZLib level 5 while being 2x–3x faster and with higher energy efficiency.

QCon San Francisco 2016 Tracks Announced and First Glimpse at Workshops

by Wesley Reisz on  Jul 01, 2016

QCon San Francisco, the 10th annual bay area software conference that attracts attendees from all over the world, returns to the Fishermen's Wharf area of San Francisco November 7-9, 2016.

Juval Löwy: Why Every Class Should Be a Service

by Thomas Betts on  Jul 01, 2016

Juval Löwy has pioneered a method of building service-oriented applications in which each class represents a service onto itself. While these applications may initially seem like 'class explosion', they are actually the product of a truly decomposed system; one that has been properly analyzed and designed. Juwal explains his intent and describes how development teams can improve from this process.

Experiences Using Event Storming

by Jan Stenberg on  Jun 30, 2016

In the context of Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Event Storming is incredibly useful and valuable, Dan North claimed in his presentation at the recent DDD eXchange conference in London, explaining the basic mechanics of Event Storming and sharing his experiences from modelling different systems during the last few years.

Vert.x 3.3.0 Features Enhanced Networking Microservices, Testing and More

by Clement Escoffier on  Jun 30, 2016 1

Vert.x core developer Clement Escoffier of RedHat explores key features of just released Vert.x 3.3.0 reactive toolkit.

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