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SD Times News Digest: September 17, 2014—pretty Easy privacy, WaveMaker Enterprise, and Keynote’s Mobile Testing solution

pEp looks to reclaim users digital privacy pEp, which stands for pretty Easy privacy, recently launched an Indiegogo campaign with the hopes of setting a new Internet standard for digital communication. “We designed pEp with the user in mind, as the solution that seamlessly integrates with the habits of the user, avoids central infrastructure and …

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Velocity NYC Roundup: How they tried to fix HealthCare.gov

As the New York City Velocity conference winds to a close, this year’s Web operations and performance event was highlighted by some engaging speakers and a laundry list of Web development news and releases from companies big and small. In addition, Mikey Dickerson, a former Google engineering manager who’s now a member of the tech …

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Artificial intelligence meets Web application performance monitoring

Applications have gotten smarter, and with methodologies like agile, continuous delivery and DevOps, releases and updates have gotten faster. But are application-monitoring approaches keeping up? “The way people build applications today has fundamentally changed over the last three to four years. But while applications have evolved, application monitoring is still about showing people charts and …

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Docker stacks up a $40 million round

Docker has taken the software development field by storm. Since launching as an open-source project in March 2013, it has been downloaded more than 21 million times and is used by thousands of organizations. And now the company has announced that it has just closed a US$40 million series C round of funding, just eight …

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Velocity NYC: Myths of enterprise control

Amid the many Web operations and performance presentations at the New York Velocity Conference, one keynote tackled the role of DevOps and developers in driving enterprise innovation. Justin Arbuckle, chief enterprise architect for IT infrastructure automation provider Chef, gave a keynote on “Myths of Control,” gleaned from his two decades of experience in large financial …

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Software allows developers to define and render UI specs on top Android’s UI

Android L’s material design is a new style of visual, motion and interactive design that can be applied to Android apps. But with this new functionality, developers have to start thinking about baseline grids, keylines and spacing markers. As a result, UI engineer Lucas Rocha, currently at Mozilla working on Firefox for Android, has created …

PaaSLane shifts emphasis from cloud migration to app modernization

Cloud Technology Partners is shifting its emphasis from migrating applications to the cloud to making them cloud-ready through modernization, culminating in today’s release of version 2.5 of its PaaSLane application platform. “Companies are moving the simplest, least important apps [to the cloud] to see how they can make the cloud work for them,” said Ben …

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Microsoft officially buys Minecraft developer Mojang

After several days of reports and speculation, Microsoft and Minecraft developer Mojang officially confirmed their US$2.5 billion deal. Most of the staff of Mojang, the Stockholm-based developer of the popular gaming franchise, will join the Microsoft Studios team, which includes companies behind games such as Fable and Halo. Microsoft will continue to make Minecraft available …

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SD Times news digest: September 15, 2014—A Chrome tool to remove Windows software, and The New York Times APIs

Google releases Chrome tool to remove Windows software Google has released a new software removal tool for its Chrome browser that scans and removes software that may be causing problems in Chrome. The Google SRT tool, currently still in beta, is Windows-only software that tries to detect if a user has installed software that changes …

Linkapalooza: September 15, 2014

The Linker is drowning his A’s-based sorrows in gallons of alcohol. You should do the same. Google launches cloud platform for startups. Rust guide by Steve Klabnik… Awesome Node.js packages… Peter Thiel Ask Me Anything… Rethinking Prolog… Audio fingerpriting and recognization in Python… Automatic Docker service announcement with registrator… The state of ZFS on Linux… …

Micro Focus acquires Attachmate for $1.2 billion

Enterprise software provider Micro Focus has entered into an agreement to acquire and merge with The Attachmate Group for US$1.2 billion in shares. The Attachmate Group is a software holdings company with a stable of Linux distribution, device-management and file hosting products, including Attachmate, NetIQ, Novell and SUSE. Micro Focus triples the size of its …

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CloudBees drops its enterprise PaaS

CloudBees (the Java PaaS company) is no more. It has now become an enterprise Jenkins company. Until now defined as a Java PaaS for mobile and Web deployment and delivery, CloudBees announced it’s shuttering its Run@cloud offering for enterprise Java developers. The company will transition completely to Continuous Delivery with a focus on Jenkins, the …

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HP releases testing tool for agile development teams

It’s no secret that agile has dramatically sped up the software development life cycle. But faster development means less time to test, and with the rise of mobile, it also means tests have to done at a larger scale. To help simplify and speed up testing in the agile world, HP is releasing a new …

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Zeichick’s Take: Three first impressions of Apple Watch, Yelp and something else

First Impressions of the Apple Watch: Surprised that it’s not called the iWatch. The user interface looks surprisingly cool. Distressed that the Apple Watch needs to be charged every day, but if the docking station is sufficiently easy to use, it shouldn’t be a deal breaker. The watches look like real watches, beautiful as well …

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