Netflix has created a platform to monitor their own programmer’s mistakes, using tools that are soon to be released as open source. The aim is to become proactive about data leakage and boost security of assets via in-house technology.
Ever wondered what the difference is between server-side and client-side containers? John Whiley, CTO of Moka5, explains their core functions and why you need both.
It’s never easy to know quite when you’ve finished testing. That’s why a group of researchers have developed an Eclipse plug-in that evaluates your testing habits.
After months of work, a major milestone has been reached for Java’s JDK repository, which now builds warning-free – that’s a whopping several thousand warnings being taken care of.
The upcoming release of AngularJS 1.4 is good news for aficionados, offering hope for the 1.x series. In a bid to make the planning process as transparent as possible, the team have opened up all development for feedback.
Internet of Things specialist Julien Vermillard takes a look at the most popular M2M use cases and explains why they often require more than one protocol.
News of a MongoDB 3.0 release brings promises of more power, flexibility and easier management, as the document database gets a thorough make-over.
Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, Akka, Java 8 streams and Quasar: A look at the classic use cases to the newest concurrency approaches for Java developers.
CoreCLR is now Open Source. The .NET execution engine sources are now available to check, fork, clone and build, with cross-platform components expected in the coming months.
A new law recently passed in China will require foreign tech companies servicing banks in the country to release their source code and give back-door access in order to continue doing business. Foreign business groups are objecting to the new policies.
Oracle’s Gerrit Grunwald shows us the hardware and software setup needed to create a sensor network infrastructure that runs purely from embedded devices.
The city of Ghent, Belgium is working to join the ranks of Europe’s Bitcoin cities – Arnhem, Hannover and Madrid have all managed to bring more merchants over to the Bitcoin ecosystem, with the Flemish city now following suit.