It’s a wonderful time to be a space nerd. NASA has dropped their 2017 software catalog because everyone needs code for an autonomous swarm of robots.
NASA has produced its own set of coding standards to ensure code quality and safety among all NASA applications. These standards have evolved from their own guidelines and are set to be applicable to the greater software development industry.
As the OpenStack Amazon Web Services debate continues to roll on, we spoke to Eucalyptus CEO, Mårten Mickos about why they willingly embrace AWS
No one can deny the strides OpenStack has made in 36 months, but are the real challenges just around the corner?
An open source data visualisation tool from Mirantis drills down into every single OpenStack commit by release, company and developer.
Days after releasing the latest version, WSO2 send their cloud platform to Apache in hope of generating a community behind the project. Engine Yard and Citrix jump onboard.
Also featuring a new dead drop system and our tribute to Chris Hadfield,
Diana Kupfer talks to Tamar Cohen, who works with NASA Ames’ Intelligent Robotics group.
The day the vendors were waiting for – Rackspace steps aside from the infrastructure project, leaving the vendors to continue the success of OpenStack
One of the founding fathers of OpenStack decides to opt out now that its work is complete
Red Hat has been upping its contributions to the cloud platform OpenStack, according to statistics published last week
Big boost for JavaFX as fanatics Stephen Chin and Jim Weaver both join the Java Evangelist Team for JavaFX
Could it be a launchpad towards further JDK 7 support?