Following a mind-boggling debugging marathon, Apache Software Foundation declares GitHub infrastructure integration better than ever, with some cool new features.
Can the ubiquitous compiling tools first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
Jean-Baptiste Quéru leaves position at Google after conflict over release of factory images for Nexus 7.
Realising their own hypocrisy, the biggest open source coding hub iron out the creases in their licensing policy with handy tools.
Life on the edge is innovating a system that is ultimately responsible for 1/3 of all internet bandwidth usage in the US, and Adrian Cole is going to tell you how Netflix does it in his presentation from JAXConf 2013. This talk will look at a combination of services and open source projects that comprise the edge network, including Neflix Denominator. Discussions will include how Netflix deals with DNS, distributed load balancing as well as discovery of mid-tier services. You’ll understand which service components are involved with edge traffic management. After watching this video, you’ll have enough context to create your own life on the edge with NetflixOSS! Filming courtesy of Marakana – http://marakana.com/s/
Which code is better-written: open source or proprietary? The answer depends on the size of the codebase, it seems.
Community sticks up for developer whose open source code was publicly mocked on Twitter.
The latest showing in the Netflix OSS cinema is designed to provide greater latency and fault tolerance.
‘The 2012 Future of Open Source’ survey reveals some interesting findings about where open source is at and where it’s going.