Red Hat has announced the availability of a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) subscription, available as part of the Red Hat Developer Program. You say program, I say programme
This week sees the Microsoft Build 2016 developer convention and symposium staged in San Francisco.
EMC's Enterprise Content Division (ECD) has announced enhancements to its developer programme by making a new body of open source code accessible to users on GitHub. 0 Comments RSS Feed Email a friend
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) with all its all-volunteer developers, stewards and incubators now looking after more than 350 open source projects and initiatives has announced the availability of Apache PDFBox v2.0.
Much has been made recently of large scale (previously proprietary) firms adopting new uber open stances and suddenly getting the open source religion. As we have commented before... there's a big difference between 'making your product available on Linux' and truly being an open source...
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DataStax has run a survey with developers worldwide -- of 273 responses, only eight per cent of those surveyed thought that there were enough skilled people available to meet demand from companies for skills around NoSQL. The firm itself is a provider of database software for cloud...
There's DevOps and then there's fake DevOps i.e. this 'new term' (it's all spin really, well kind of) attracts a lot of fakers.
Bouncing business extrovert Steve Ballmer has softened on his stance with regard to the Linux operating system, which he had famously previously derided as a cancer.
SAP is committed to the Eclipse Foundation, well come on now, who isn't these days?