Archives: May 2014

Tech is the place to be for the top entry-level jobs

May 12, 2014
'Web application developer' ranks as the best entry-level job, and tech jobs claim 6 of the top 10 spots in WalletHub's report
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Microsoft extends Windows 8.1 Update/KB 2919355 deadline

May 12, 2014
With one day to go before Black Tuesday patches, Microsoft didn't so much blink as bow to the reality that users have been unable to install Windows 8.1 Update
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Red Hat ramps up OpenStack via collaborations with NetApp, eNovance

May 12, 2014
Collaboration with NetApp aims to make OpenStack a hybrid framework for interoperating with public clouds, and could set it up for a new level of enterprise usage
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Infoblox eases private cloud network management

May 12, 2014
Infoblox is offering an appliance-based solution to automate network address provisioning in private clouds
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Oracle's surprise win in Java API case could make it harder for developers

May 09, 2014
The ruling that APIs can be copyrighted could make it a lot harder to take advantage of APIs with a direct license
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How Joyent debugs Node code

May 09, 2014
Node.js's maintainers at Joyent share insights into how Node and its apps are debugged, and the most common issues they see with deployments in the wild
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CoreOS uses Docker to put Linux on a diet

May 09, 2014
Now in beta, the CoreOS Linux distribution uses Docker to create a distribution with a smaller memory footprint and fewer package-management hassles
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One now, two later: Groovy updates add Java 8 support

May 09, 2014
This week's Groovy 2.3 supports Java 8, but lambda support isn't due until Groovy 3.0
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Dear Microsoft: Please call off the KB 2919355 Windows 8.1 Update dogs

May 09, 2014
With just a few days to go and the May security bulletin advance notification now out, Microsoft's threat to cut off Windows 8.1 support hits a curve
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How can the FCC preserve an open Internet while gutting Net neutrality?

May 09, 2014
Chairman Tom Wheeler thinks fast-lane arrangements are not antithetical to an open Internet, but VCs and Internet giants disagree
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