Sarah Schlothauer

Sarah Schlothauer
Sarah Schlothauer is an assistant editor for She received her Bachelor's degree from Monmouth University and is currently enrolled at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany where she is working on her Masters. She lives in Frankfurt with her husband and cat.

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Navigate the high seas with Sourcegraph

Open source code search: Sourcegraph is your new navigational captain

Another one joins the open source club. Sourcegraph is a code search tool available for individual users and businesses that helps you navigate with powerful queries. The creators have a noble vision about the future of software creation, and by open sourcing their project we are one step closer.

Saving code from extinction

Digital obsolescence: Saving software from the march of time

Digital obsolescence isn’t slowing down. Many of the files from yesteryear are lost to time, and we have no way of recovering lost data. However, efforts are being made to preserve retro code and software. Meet some of the teams that are changing how we think about cultural archiving.

Brew a cup of JOE

Java on Everything! JOE gets back to basics with no OS

Java on Everything (JOE) implements an object-oriented design that tosses the entire operating system. What benefits are there to saying sayonara to the OS? This virtualized Java environment has some tricks to make applications more secure and better designed.

What will you build?

Bringing Node.js to IoT: Meet low.js

Are you a hobbyist or professional struggling with JavaScript eating up your RAM? With low.js you can use Node.js with low system requirements. Find out what potential low.js brings to the table for developers.