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Codescaling.com: Code at all scales from embedded to cloud
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Yes, it has been quiet here. Things have been busy elsewhere and I’m in the process of reworking what and how I’ll be populating Codescaling. I’m currently leaning to talking more about the scaled down world, small systems and working with them. But its…

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Finally – ODF 1.2 is an ISO standard. This was an important iteration of the Open Document Format. Version 1.2 filled in the elephant in the room in previous versions, that elephant being a lack of formula definitions in the standard. This made sensible…

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It’s not really a surprise, but after just over six months since the “forking” of both Node.js and Docker, the two different projects have ended up back in some sort of alignment. For Node.js, it was the reunification with io.js under the Node.js…

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## Rust wakes up First up, Rust has reached version 1.0, though this is an announcement that was hardly unexpected. It has a lot to live up to given the Rust web site goes for such unloaded language as “blazingly fast, prevents nearly all segfaults, and…

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The Arduino IDE is heading into a rather neat consolidation of the numerous Arduino inspired boards out there. The introduction of a mechanism, in version 1.6.2, to allow people to plug their boards into the IDE easily is starting to snowball. To…

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Node-RED 0.10.6:  Nick O’Leary has announced Node-RED 0.10.6 with various changes to the editor, nodes and API. If you don’t know Node-RED, it’s a rather graphically splendid way of wiring the internet of stuff and stuff in general together – I did a few…

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Redis 3.0.0: Antirez (Salvatore Sanfillippo) brought us Redis 3.0.0 on April 1st (and I salute him for ignoring the worst day on the Internet by doing real things). The big thing with 3.0 is clustering, better smarter clustering that is, out of the box…

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Disque: Antirez ,the man behind the splendid Redis in-memory key/value store has been working away on a new message broker called Disque. He’s not released it as yet, but he is giving status updates on his progress and thinking. Redis gets used a lot as a…

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gRPC: Google, doing it’s whomp-here’s-a-“standard” thing, has just announced an open sourced remote procedure call framework called gRPC. With libraries for seven languages (C, C++, Java, Node.js, Python and Ruby are done – ObjC, PHP and C# coming), gRPC…

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It’s kind of hard to remember when Linux last had a version upheavel like the first release candidate of Linux 4.0…. sorry, no I tell a lie, it was 22 July 2011 when Linus finally pulled the handle on Linux 2.x and released Linux 3.0. That was quite a…
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