Well, it’s that time again, when surf and sand evaporate and Ken gets to explain why it was just sooo cool to be on Amelia Island for JSConf 2014. (If you like great locations for conferences AND new technology it’s hard to beat that conference). Ken has his recap coming soon. However, if you want to see him fly a drone with RedHat’s @IanPageHands – Check this out!
Anyway, until that article comes out, here are our news items for June 2, 2014!
- TrueCrypt bites the dust
- Microsoft opens up the IE roadmap
- Google data centers make themselves more efficient
- Cordova now being delivered for Visual Studio 2013
- Hey managers, more proof! don’t bug your developers continually if you want them to get things done!
- Apple and Google settle current patent row
- Google Fiber: we don’t charge for peering, don’t have fast lanes
- Do SSDs really help your build times?
- Renderman is now OPEN SOURCE and so you can be the next Cars
- Rack-Attack: Rack middleware for blocking and throttling
- Raneto: OSS markdown powered knowledgebase for Nodejs