Archives: April 2014

Front-end ops gaining prominence in Web development

April 25, 2014
Desire for faster websites -- and faster development -- is driving efforts to improve coding and application testing
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Nginx's new versions: More speed, less Heartbleed

April 25, 2014
Newly released Web servers support version 3.1 of experimental SPDY Web protocol and include post-Heartbleed SSL fixes
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Don't like Windows now? Wait a few months for the upgrade

April 25, 2014
Rumors about Windows 8.1 updates and Windows 9 indicate Microsoft is serious about stepping up its development pace
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Google+ creator Vic Gundotra quits

April 24, 2014
Gundotra had come over to Google from Microsoft and had been involved with mobile app creation, as well as Google+
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Now AWS users get to deploy with Docker, too

April 24, 2014
A new version of Amazon Web Services' Elastic Beanstalk technology allows users to launch Docker-packaged apps
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Microsoft OneDrive for Business changes files

April 24, 2014
Users are claiming that OneDrive for Business alters files behind the scenes. It's true -- and it's an old problem tracing back to SharePoint
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Linux Foundation enlists Microsoft, Google to prevent the next Heartbleed

April 24, 2014
Backed by tech giants, Core Infrastructure Initiative will provide support for crucial Internet projects like OpenSSL
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Microsoft confuses Windows 7 users with sudden release of KB 2952664

April 24, 2014
With no fanfare or warning -- and scarce details from Microsoft -- an 'important' update has appeared on fully patched Windows 7 machines
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Go 1.3's first beta promises a sleeker, faster language

April 23, 2014
New edition will run better, compile faster and more cleanly, and target Google's experimental NaCl cross-platform technology
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Microsoft may actually be on the right track with Windows 9

April 23, 2014
New leaked details -- including some from the reemerged Russian blogger Wzor -- bring renewed hope for a better Windows 9
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