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SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Exercism

It’s hard to keep up with the vast array of programming languages available today, especially when new programming languages are popping up almost every week. Exercism wants to help. Exercism is an open-source project designed to help new and experienced programmers get up to speed with programming languages quickly. The project allows developers to experiment … continue reading

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Inferno 1.0, AOL opens Kanvas to developer community, and Algolia community gets Yarn package search—SD Times news digest: Jan. 6, 2017

There’s a new lightweight, fast and mobile-friendly JavaScript library called Inferno, which developers can play around with as version 1.0 launched this week. Inferno is derived from React, so its architecture and life cycles will feel and look similar. But the difference is the computational engines render in a different way, according to Luke Sheard, … continue reading

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SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Zazu

If you are a hacker, creator, developer, or you just dabble in code, this trending repo on GitHub might make its way into your life, especially if you are looking for a fully extensible launcher. Zazu is an open-source launcher with defaults that make it useful out of the box, according to its website. It … continue reading

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PagerDuty open-sources its Incident Response Documentation

After building up its internal incident response documentation for several years, the enterprise incident resolution service PagerDuty open-sourced the documentation so the community can better prepare for various incidents. The PagerDuty Incident Response Documentation is a collection of best practices for how to prepare new employees for on-call responsibilities, as well as how to handle … continue reading

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Developer trains artificial neural network to play Mario Kart 64

Holiday breaks are a good time to catch up on relaxing, reading, or maybe indulging in some video gaming. Kevin Hughes did just that over his winter break, only it wasn’t he who was playing the games: It was an artificial neural network he trained using TensorFlow. Hughes is a senior developer at Shopify, and … continue reading

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SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Android Architecture Blueprints

When it comes to Android development, there are a lot of interesting and unique ways to create an application. To help developers navigate their way through the ever-increasing Android Landscape, Google has put together the Android Architecture Blueprints. “The Android framework offers a lot of flexibility when it comes to defining how to organize and … continue reading

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SD Times top GitHub projects of 2016

The open-source community has had another wild year building free and open software. We have to give GitHub some of the credit, since over the course of 2016 plenty of unique libraries have been developed using its code repository. GitHub also had some of the most active organizations and popular projects by contributors from all … continue reading

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SD Times GitHub project of the week: Project Wycheproof

There’s a tiny hill located in the plains of Australia, dubbed Mount Wycheproof. Though it be little, it is registered as the world’s smallest mountain. A group of members of the Google Security Team wanted to set a small, easily-achievable goal, so it was fitting to name their newly open-sourced project after the tiny mountain; … continue reading

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Tryolabs’ Top 10 list of Python libraries for 2016

If you ask a bunch of developers what programming language they prefer, prepare for a bunch of different answers. One popular programming language that seems to still be on the rise, according to Tryolabs, is Python, which is why the organization recapped some of the best Python libraries of 2016 today. Tryolabs, a company that … continue reading

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SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Kickstarter Android and iOS

The popular crowdfunding site Kickstarter has announced it is bringing its Android and iOS apps to open source. According to the Kickstarter engineering team, while building and maintaining features for their apps they have adopted functional programming techniques and written well-tested code. They decided to open-source the apps to share their experience and benefits with … continue reading

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OpenMake Software turns its ARA solution into open-source offering

OpenMake Software wants to improve how developers use the Continuous Delivery pipeline with its recently open-sourced Application Release Automation (ARA) solution, Release Engineer, which is based on version 7.7 of the ARA solution and offered under the FreeBSD license. According to cofounder of OpenMake Tracy Ragan, the ARA solution is fully functional and will have an … continue reading

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GitHub previews membership APIs

GitHub is making it easier to remotely administer repositories and organizations on its platform. Yesterday the company opened access to a preview version of its new Organization Memberships APIs, which allow for the remote administration of access privileges and user-management tasks. The new APIs will be available in preview form until they are finalized, thus … continue reading

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