October 2013 Blog Posts (5)

Java Spotlight Episode 150: James Gosling on Java

Interview with James Gosling, father of Java and Java Champion, on the history of Java, his work at Liquid Robotics, Netbeans, the future of Java and what he sees as the next revolutionary trend in the computer industry.

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Added by Michael Levin on October 31, 2013 at 11:23am — No Comments

Healthcare Secretary Sibelius discusses Healthcare.gov

Here's more on the www.healthcare.gov website issues:

From the NYTimes:

"Kathleen Sebelius, the health and human services secretary, gave an opening statement at a House hearing on the troubled rollout of HealthCare.gov."

Here's a link to a video about what to watch for in the proceedings: …

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Added by Michael Levin on October 31, 2013 at 7:46am — No Comments

JavaOne 2013 Sessions

60 or so sessions are now available with more to come:



http://www.oracle.com/javaone/sessions/index.html



Thanks to Joe for the link (Jaxjug)…

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Added by Michael Levin on October 31, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments

What's Up With www.healthcare.gov?

Healthcare.gov - What's up with it? Yes, the politics are interesting, but from a software development perspective, the SDLC and issues with www.healthcare.gov are fascinating! Check out the interview with John…

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Added by Michael Levin on October 25, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

vJUG: One small step for JUGs, one giant leap for JUG-kind

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I love community, networking and interactions with other geeks, that's why I married one! :) The greatest thing about Java User Groups (JUGs) isn't just the great content, but also the close knit community, the beers and chatting/networking with like-minded geeks talking tech and sharing ideas. I’m an active leader of the LJC (London JUG) and speak at events as well as organiser for the LJC Open Conference (Happening this Nov 23rd ;) ). I've actually… Continue

Added by Simon Maple on October 11, 2013 at 10:00am — 4 Comments

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Octosuite: A GitHub Open Source Intelligence Framework

Octosuite, an open-source intelligence (OSINT) framework, recently released its latest version 3.1.0. Octosuite provides a wide range of commands to investigate publicly-visible GitHub accounts and repositories through GitHub’s Public APIs. Written in Python, Octosuite provides a secure and user-friendly interface to easily search and explore data related to a repository, organization, or user.

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.

By Sergio De Simone

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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