PHP framework gives developers control over MVC

June 19, 2014
The new framework, called Bastard, works with the Nginx HTTP daemon
PHP Web
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Red Hat bets $95 million on OpenStack dominance

June 19, 2014
Red Hat's purchase of eNovance isn't only about becoming the go-to company for OpenStack -- it's also about hoarding talent
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Tech job seekers holding out for higher pay, better positions

June 18, 2014
As tech hiring continues to rise, job candidates are getting choosier and demanding better salaries, according to Dice
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Microsoft slow to fix Office 2013 Click-to-Run Error 30145-4, but a solution exists

June 18, 2014
If last week's Black Tuesday patches knocked out Office 2013 Click-to-Run, don't look to Microsoft for help. But there's a well-documented fix
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Microsoft allegedly paying bloggers to promote IE

June 18, 2014
A marketing company, apparently working on behalf of Microsoft, offers to pay bloggers and tweeters a pittance to hype Internet Explorer
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Not so fast, NoSQL -- SQL still reigns

June 18, 2014
Developer survey shows SQL databases are going strong, and NoSQL is the accompaniment, not the replacement
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Ki injects Lisp into JavaScript

June 18, 2014
JavaScript adds one more functional programming possibility in the form of Ki
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5 no-bull facts you need to know about the 'no-Internet-fast-lane' bill

June 17, 2014
Puzzled by the bill put before Congress to make the FCC ban Internet fast-lane schemes? Here's the 5 fast facts you need most right now
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Code boot camps finally go MOOC

June 17, 2014
Hack Reactor is preparing to offer a remote-attendance version of its software engineering course
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Project Panama builds a bridge between Java and C/C++

June 17, 2014
Project Panama would provide a native interconnect between code managed by the JVM and APIs for non-Java libraries
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