Outsourcing vendors are also getting into cloud play. The larger ones such as IBM are trying their hand at various layers of the cloud from infrastructure to apps. The smaller ones, for example, the Indian vendors who habitually shy away from spending on infrastructure, are mostly focusing on app layer, to offer platform-based solutions.
Manitoba Students contribute documentation for the e4 project.
The first release candidate of the Scala 2.8 distribution is now available. Scala 2.8.0 RC features a redesigned collection library, […]
The Eclipse Community Survey 2010 is now live! “The Eclipse Foundation wants to better understand how you develop software, use […]
Twitter are currently putting together a developer portal. The website will allow developers to register an application to start using […]
As the XML frameworks and plugins grow, Dave Carver suggests creating a sub-project to better facilitate their growth and visibility.
Seva Lapsha has challenged the community to create a Phing plugin for Eclipse PDT, pledging to invest his own time […]
At the Chirp developer conference, Twitter CEO Evan Williams revealed that they will offer an official Android Twitter client. Android […]
Comodo Security Solutions have released Comodo Dragon, based on the Chromium source code. Comodo Dragon adds ‘Incognito Mode’ to the […]
VMware and Salesforce.com have left a cryptic comment on their recently-launched joint VMforce.com website. The two companies will host a […]
Agile application lifecycle management company acquire Web-based Kanban board tool.
On April 5th, 2010, hackers broke into a server the Apache Software Foundation uses to keep track of software bugs, […]
Version 0.9.7 of easyb has been released. easyb is a BDD framework that provides a domain specific language for application […]
Mia-Software has joined the Eclipse Foundation as an associate member. Paris-based Mia-Software specialises in a Model-Driven approach to application lifecycle […]