Microsoft leads most of the news due to the announcements at their conference. As reported by The Next Web, they announced that developers will be able to reuse their Android code to bring apps to Windows 10. Having a bridge between ecosystems should help drive the availability of apps. Also reported by The Next Web, […]

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Two top stories lead our day. First, Mashape open sources its Kong API management platform, which could be a big deal for anyone that writes externally consumable APIs. The second story is at Broken Links where they talk about the future of the open web. I am highlighting this one because it is something we […]

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Wired starts our day with an interesting story about how our satellites can be used for mapping earthquakes. Following on that we have a few good scalability articles. On ferd.ca, we get to read about lessons learned working on large-scale server software. This article also gives us the best quote on distributed systems that I […]

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Leading off today is an interesting story from Cardiff University about a potential “highly effective” treatment for asthma. This is a big deal because both my daughter and myself struggle with it, so you get to read some interesting science. Another link blog milestone today, the Morning Dew posted it’s 2000th Dew Drop! It is […]

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WordPress kicks off our day by announcing release 4.2 “Powell”. So, if you are running WordPress, you need to update. Three good articles are highlighted in the security section. On Wired, they report on how the NSA “Quantum Insert” attacks work. Weblog Lexsi talks about Dyreza’s anticrypt. Lastly, Coding Horror goes on a rant about […]

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