Topic: sourceforge

SD Times Blog: SourceForge is on the mend

There was a time in the last century when Slashdot was the Reddit of the Internet. There was a time when SourceForge was GitHub. And still, yes, there is a time when these and other Internet media properties were owned and operated by good actors, seeking to foster community and open-source development. In 2011, Freecode, … continue reading

Google’s machine learning chip, Apache Software Foundation’s new executive director, and the SBRA developer portal—SD Times news digest: May 19, 2016

There have been plenty of announcements coming out of Google I/O this week, and yesterday, Google said that one of its projects that was created years ago is helping it accomplish its own custom accelerators for machine learning applications. The result of that project is called a Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), which is a custom … continue reading

Udacity training programs for Android, diversity at Google, and SourceForge changes policies—SD Times news digest: June 2, 2015

Google has announced a new partnership with Udacity to provide beginner and advanced Android training courses. The courses will be taught by experts from the company’s developer platform team. In addition, developers can sign up for the new Android Nanodegree. Users enrolled in the Nanodegree program will have access to coaches who will review their … continue reading

SourceForge removes offending Binkiland software from its installer

SourceForge has removed Binkiland, software believed to be malware by users of the open-source code repository, from its well of installer options for developers. Roberto Galoppini, director of the SourceForge Community, explained that the company tries to review all of the third-party, paid-for-install software before it goes into its installer, but sometimes they have to … continue reading

SD Times Blog: SourceForge now a source of malware

UPDATE: SourceForge has removed the offending Binkiland software from its installer. Read the full story here.  If you’ve been working with software for longer than five years, then you can remember a time when SourceForge was one of the pillars of open-source software. It used to be the only good place to go to find fresh … continue reading

How to get Git into the enterprise

Developers love Git. But as Git adoption grows in the enterprise, the complexity can become overwhelming, and in retrospect, some say more thought should have been given to things like access control. While centralized version control systems remain popular, Git is gaining traction fast, especially among agile teams. Since more enterprise tool vendors are integrating … continue reading

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