We know Keynote for Android will never happen, but keep listening until you hear about Ken’s encounter with a keyboarded, and moused, Android tablet in a remote assignment somewhere in Amish country…
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- Six technologies you should learn this year
- Yeoman 1.0 is official (1.0.3, actually) – The future of Yeoman.
- In the vista of Ballmer’s Microsoft, famous failures but also solid success.
- Keith Gregory – a visit to the kingdom of verbs. This is a funny commentary, which references back to Steve Yegge’s Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns is the source material for Keith’s character’s letter to the Verb Kindgom. Check out Keith’s programming resources page for some in-depth reading. (His articles on Git workflow are especially good reads!)
- New Spring releases:
- Spring Batch 3.0 Milestone 1 released – JSR-352 compatibility features, more…
- Spring Security 3.2.0 RC 1 released – adds CSRF support, more via headers and Spring security 3.2.0 RC1 CSRF protection.
- Spring Boot – what, another rapid framework for Spring? – This one is focused on quick starts of projects that can be run as Groovy scripts or JAR projects. A project to watch for 2014.
- Fantastic view into Twitter’s re-architecture. This platform reached a new Tweets per second record, and how! And it gave us a really interesting new remoting meta-protocol API.
- It’s Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over – and we don’t mean that everyone’s gonna get a box of greenbar.
Note – the DevNews, as always, represents the opinions of Ken and Joel, and not any official stance or line of Chariot Solutions. Now, let’s go code that statement in one line of Perl!