A time for giving
We take a look some of the ways techies and not-for-profits are combining their expertise to make a difference - and how you can get involved.
If at first you don’t succeed...
Following user confusion in October, Firefox devs take second shot at a click-to-play interface for Java applets.
Scaling from the back to the frontend
We speak to Sébastien Doeraene, student of Martin Odersky and creator of an experimental Scala to JS compiler.
Small team aims high
Client-side implementation is highest stretch goal in ambitious project to create new, free internet.
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Perfect your playlist
Build your own bespoke music recommendations engine with the help of this smashing Kiji tutorial.
Things from the ThingMonk IoT thing
Is the Internet of Things about the individual, or huge ecosystems? And how’s it being used to monitor radiation and save beer? We headed to East London to find out.
Latest update shows that Google’s programming language is burrowing towards maturity.
When push comes to shove
We quiz the founders of IoT and M2M solution specialists dc-square GmbH on all things MQTT.
Under the umbrella
Acquisition of cloudy licensee marks move by OIN to protect Linux mobile and virtual storage environments from hungry trolls.
NoSQL and Neo4j and Spring - oh my!
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Turning data into knowledge: JAXenter’s takings from GraphConnect London 2013.
We’re all in this together
World’s largest IoT organisation joins forces with open source giant to help steer the future of the technology.
Takipi sifts through 30,000 GitHub Projects to find out how much each one is being used.
Travel through time with Git
Of all the things git can do, perhaps one of the most feared is the ability to rewrite history - Ben Straub explains how.