Topic: free code camp

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Emojicode

Programming languages don’t have to be boring; they can be fun, bright and colorful! One GitHub project aims reinvent what it means to be a programming language. Emojicode is an open-source object orientated programming language the uses emojis. “Emojicode aims to be the first high-level programming language that uses Emojis to structure the program and … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: TensorFlow Serving

Google has announced the release of TensorFlow Serving, a flexible, high-performance and open-source serving system for machine-learning models. The solution was designed for production environments and optimized for TensorFlow, the company’s machine-learning system. “Machine learning powers many Google product features: from speech recognition in the Google app to Smart Reply in Inbox to search in … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Wercker

Wercker, an automation cloud platform provider, wants to help developers rapidly build and deploy containerized apps and microservices on desktop environments. The company has announced it is open-sourcing its Command Line Interface (CLI) technology for developers. The company hopes the Wercker CLI will empower developers to create workflow capabilities, like attaining better development-production parity and … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Ninja

Want your development efforts to be swift, strategic and super productive? That is exactly what Ninja, a full stack Web framework for Java, aims to help developers do. “Doesn’t matter if you build huge enterprise apps or small RESTful JSON microservices, Ninja provides everything you need to get productive at once: development, testing, deployment, refactoring … continue reading

What topped the GitHub charts in 2015

It’s been a year of open-source projects. Both enterprises and startups have been releasing their code into the wild as a way to grow their capabilities. It’s not just the code that’s important; it’s the programmers and contributors that can get their hands on it, alter it, fix it, and make it better. For some … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Free Code Camp

Learn how to code, for free, through real-world experiences, and with access to a community of programmers. That is the goal of this week’s featured GitHub Project: Free Code Camp. According to a recent survey by Stack Overflow, almost half of developers are self-taught. Being able to teach yourself how to write code is a … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: JAWS

Da-dum…da-dum…da-dum da-dum da-dum da-dum… It’s JAWS, the combined JavaScript + Amazon Web Services stack surfacing in a great white way on GitHub this week. JAWS is a “monstrously scalable,” server-free Web application boilerplate using bleeding-edge AWS services. The stack provides new AWS tools for developers to build large scalable Web applications in JavaScript. The stack … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Phaser

This week’s featured GitHub project was created with the mantra that building HTML5 games should be just as fun as playing them. Phaser is an open-source 2D game framework for building HTML5 games to run on desktop and mobile browsers. The framework supports Canvas and WebGL rendering, and games can be compiled to Android and … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: JSCity

JavaScript is empowering JavaScript to build a 3D JavaScript conceptual city. If that sounds meta, it’s because this week’s featured GitHub project, JSCity, is an implementation of the CodeCity source-code visualization environment brought to life with three.js, the popular JavaScript library enabling 3D visualizations, to illustrate facets of the JavaScript programming language as the infrastructure … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: SIMP

The NSA is getting into open source with the System Integrity Management Platform (SIMP), a cybersecurity tool for the masses. From the National Security Agency, the governmental organization that brought you PRISM and the arsenal of surveillance tools leaked in the Snowden files comes SIMP, a Linux framework designed to provide a combination of security … continue reading

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