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Zeichick's Take: Trust, maybe verify, maybe not Alan Zeichick For smaller companies, they must use code that they can’t verify themselves, leading to risky situations Read More... 4/23/2014 09:00 AM

Google redesigns ThreadSanitizer for C++ and GoRob MarvinNew ThreadSanitizer v2 tool detects data races and reports synchronization issues Read More...4/22/2014 03:55 PM
OpenBSD to patch Heartbleed with LibreSSLRob MarvinOverhaul of the popular open-source encryption protocol has removed more than 240,000 lines of Heartbleed-vulnerable code Read More...4/22/2014 01:00 PM
GitHub cofounder steps down after investigationChristina MulliganTom Preston-Werner and his wife were under scrutiny for gender-based harassment and creating a hostile work environment Read More...4/22/2014 10:24 AM
Datameer 4.0 expands on visualizationAlex HandyVisual feedback on data manipulation is the biggest change in the update Read More...4/22/2014 08:30 AM
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Linkapalooza: April 21, 2014 The Linker JavaScript's birth and death; Go performance tales; detecting Heartbleed with static analysis; and more Read More...
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Linkapalooza: April 14, 2014 The Linker API design manual; Erlang/OTP 17.0; Go makes code elegant; and more Read More...
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Enterprise HTML5 document viewer launches new API, enhanced DICOM SD Times Newswire Prizm Content Connect v8.4 sweetens developer control of document viewing on HTML5 browsers Read More...
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BMC Software brings 'Dev' and 'Ops' teams closer together SD Times Newswire New change management console eliminates painstaking manual processes, enforces standards Read More...
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SoftFluent announces release of CodeFluent Entities for SQL Server 2014 SD Times Newswire SoftFluent announced today that CodeFluent Entities supports SQL Server 2014 Read More...
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Challenging Some of the Myths About Static Code Analysis
Static code analysis, or SCA, can be described as the analysis of whole-program source code without the execution of that Read More...
How to Scale MySQL for Big Data Applications
Join Tokutek’s Jon Tobin as he demonstrates how to use MySQL or MariaDB in Big Data applications by simply upgrading Read More...
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This free whitepaper from Cloud Technology Partners discusses common problems in many Java applications that can sabotage performance, scalability, or Read More...
How to Scale MySQL for Big Data Applications
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Zeichick's Take: Trust, maybe verify, maybe not Alan Zeichick For smaller companies, they must use code that they can’t verify themselves, leading to risky situations Read More...
4/23/2014 09:00 AM
Zeichick’s Take: In a world of apps, word processors and spreadsheets rule Alan Zeichick The popularity of office applications proves that productivity is still a priority for users Read More...
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Code Watch: Embracing Java 8 Larry O Brien The additions and improvements in Java 8 are a further push toward the functional programming paradigm Read More...
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Industry Watch: Be resilient as you PaaS David Rubinstein Uncertainty over costs has developers reluctant to move to PaaS, for now Read More...
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Guest View: Heartbleed proves we need to change how we use open source Damien Choizit Not enough people are checking code integrity, which means bugs of this magnitude will keep happening Read More...
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Five traditional vulnerabilities that get worse in mobile HTML5 Geoffrey Vaughan Because HTML5 apps on devices store and access data, they are more vulnerable than they appear Read More...
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Five tips for big integration projects Aaron Mulder Tools and processes that make integration easier can help you out greatly in this kind of project Read More...
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Five things the industry can do to encourage young girls to code Christopher Whittum Making a welcome environment for women will encourage them to take on STEM careers Read More...
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