In an interesting twist, MySpace makes the news today. Motherboard reports on hackers claims about having 427 million MySpace passwords. There are some questions about the actual source of the data and when it was retrieved. Bill Jordan talks about the coming crisis in software development. His target is mostly on low quality applications built […]

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Google leads the day with the announcement of node pools for Google Container Engine. On the Jenkins blog, they show Blue Ocean, a new user experience that will be available soon. Ayende @ Rahien talks about server side replication in his series about RavenDB v4.0. There are also, several good development articles, so make sure […]

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Today we have some excellent articles, so make sure you read more than what I highlight. First, Twitter open sourced Heron, its’ distributed stream computation system. I am not sure how many companies have a need for this kind of thing, but it is good to see it available. On the Intent HQ Engineering blog, […]

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We start our day with a report on re/code about Microsoft giving up on consumer smartphones. Part of this is the impending layoffs of about 2000 jobs. Stratechery talks about the curse of culture and how it affects your business. Culture is a frequent topic here because it affects everything at your job, how coworkers […]

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There was no major news from yesterday, so our focus will just be on good content. Ilya Sher gives us an excellent article on threads, race conditions and deadlock. This is a good read for anyone that needs to write code using threads or locks. On FastML, they talk about adversarial validation, something that is […]

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