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More Than Half of Cloud Developers Contribute to Open Source: Survey

In India, 68% developers contribute to open source projects as compared to any other country About 55% of cloud developers said that they contribute to...

Bentley Systems Releases iModel.js, an Open-Source Library

iModel.js library can be used by IT professionals and developers to easily and quickly develop immersive applications that connect their infrastructure digital twins with rest...
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NativeScript: Creating a Mobile App Using JavaScript

This article explores NativeScript, an open source framework for building truly native mobile apps. There are a number of options available in the market today...

DevOps Series Ansible Deployment of Nginx to Serve Static Files and...

This is the 15th article in the DevOps series, in which the author demonstrates how an Nginx server can be set up to serve...

Netflix open sources FlameScope CPU tool

To solve latency problem in a microservice, Netflix has open sourced the FlameScope tool. The tool is being released publicly and new features are added to...

JavaScript support for Nexus Repository by Sonatype

In a major move, Sonatype announces contributing source code to the community for all formats currently supported in Nexus Repository. The company will contribute...
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Ellcrys has designed the network to reward contributors

In a hope to spur creativity and innovation, Ellcrys announced a blockchain network that aims to revolutionize the way developers work together. This newly...

Regular Expressions in Programming Languages: The JavaScript Story

Each programming language has its own way of parsing regular expressions. We have looked at how regular expressions work with different languages in the...

What’s New in Java 9?

After a couple of delays, Java 9 is finally here. Three years after Java 8, it comes with some of the biggest changes to...

Electron: Building Cross-platform Desktop Apps with Web Technologies

The programming languages used to build desktop and Web applications are obviously different. Electron is an effort to bridge this gap. With it, you...
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