January 2013 Blog Posts (5)

OSCON Call for Speakers

OSCON 2013
Call for Speakers Is Open for OSCON 2013

We're looking for speakers to be part of the program for the 15th edition of OSCON, happening July 22-26, 2013, in Portland, Oregon. If you have a new idea, a better way to do something, an interesting and instructive case study (battle scars optional), or the desire to pass on your hard-won knowledge, submit a proposal to lead sessions or tutorials.

Added by Michael Levin on January 25, 2013 at 6:45pm — No Comments

Nighthacking Tour with Java Evangelist Stephen Chin

From Jan 25th to Feb 7th Stephen Chin will be traveling across the Nordic countries and doing live video streaming of the journey. Along the way he will visit user groups, interview interesting folks, and hack on open source projects. The last stop will be at Jfokus 2013.…

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Added by Michael Levin on January 23, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

FLEX goes to Apache

Not familiar with FLEX but this article has some interesting info on it.  Another tool in the web developer's toolbox?

http://www.eweek.com/developer/apache-software-foundation-delivers-flex-as-top-level-project/?kc=EWKNLLIN01222013STR2

Added by Mike Bivins on January 22, 2013 at 12:02pm — No Comments

Is the next big thing already here?

Create or innovate. What does East know about West? A lot. We speak different languages, even use different alphabets. No problem, says Samsung. Samsung's ad dep't makes it clear, even funny. Hilarious!

Economic models are different, too. Like polar extremes. One gives you everything you need in exchange for your time. The other promises you everything you…

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Added by Michael Levin on January 22, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments

Oracle Security Update (Java)

Oracle Security Update CVE-2013-0422
An Oracle Security Alert was issued today.  To learn more about the alert please refer to the following link.…
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Added by Michael Levin on January 14, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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Octosuite: A GitHub Open Source Intelligence Framework

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By Aditya Kulkarni

Go 1.20 Improves Compiler Performance and Extends Coverage Support

The latest release of the Go language, Go 1.20, improves compiler performance, bringing it back in line with Go 1.17. Additionally, the language now supports conversion from slice to arrays and revises struct comparison.

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Permit Elements Enables Low-Code User-Managed Access Control

Permit.io has released Permit Elements, a low-code end-user authentication interface builder. Permit Elements allows developers to embed interfaces enabling their end-users to decide which roles have permission to perform actions. At the time of release, there are elements available for user management and audit logs.

By Matt Campbell

Infrastructure from Code: The New Wave of Cloud Infrastructure Management

Infrastructure-from-Code (IfC) is an approach that creates, configures, and manages cloud resources understanding a software application's source code, without explicit description.

By Claudio Masolo

Azure Now Supports Database as a Service Couchbase Capella

A cloud database platform company Couchbase recently announced that its Capella database as a Service (DBaaS) offering as a fully managed service is available on Azure.

By Steef-Jan Wiggers

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