Topic: vim

SD Times news digest: Google’s PAIR progress, SpaceVim 1.0.0, and LG Electronics joins lawsuit against Qualcomm

In 2017, Google founded its People + AI Research (PAIR) team in order to conduct research and develop new technology that would facilitate productive partnerships between humans and artificial intelligence. Over the course of the last year, PAIR has worked to create a design library, talk more about AI across different disciplines, and create open-source … continue reading

Stack Overflow

Stack Overflow: Over a million developers have had trouble exiting Vim

Stack Overflow is celebrating a major milestone with one of its most popular questions. It seems a majority of developers are having difficulty escaping from the Vim editor once inside. Over the past five years, there have been more than a million developers asking “How to exit the Vim editor?” “Indeed, the difficulty of quitting … continue reading

SD Times Blog: What the CIA can teach you about development

The week’s big International news is focused on the massive leak of CIA surveillance documents at WikiLeaks. A lot has already been written about the tools used by the CIA: They bug smart TVs, mobile devices and desktops to feed them information and audio. Frankly, isn’t this exactly what spies are supposed to be doing: … continue reading

HP buys Samsung’s printer business, CA updates API management portfolio, and Vim 8.0—SD Times news digest: Sept. 12, 2016

Shortly after HPE’s decision to split-merge with Micro Focus, HP Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire Samsung Electronics’ printer business for US$1.05 billion. The goal of HP is to reinvent its printer business, which hasn’t seen innovation in years, according to HP. Samsung has built a portfolio of A3 MFPs (multifunction printer technology for … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: React Native

Facebook captured the hearts of the open-source community this week by announcing the release of the iOS version of React Native on GitHub during its F8 developer conference. React, a JavaScript framework for native development environments, allows developers to build mobile UIs without browser or WebView involvement. React Native for Android will be coming soon, … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week

Five all-new projects include a collection of loading indicators, a jQuery plugin, and a CSS preprocessor … continue reading

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