What’s new in Microsoft .Net Core

February 6, 2018

Microsoft’s .Net Core, a cross-platform implementation of the company’s .Net development platform, is being readied for its 2.1 release, featuring improvements to build time performance and tools deployment. When to expect .Net Core 2.1 The open source .Net Core 2.1 […]

Avoiding the agony of acquiring code

January 30, 2018

These words seem particularly haunting when you’re neither the coder nor the maintainer, but the acquirer. There are many reasons you might end up acquiring code, but one thing is certain: any pre-acquisition code audit happened in a lot less […]

Dawn of intelligent applications

January 12, 2018

Data remains a foundational element of computing. Recently, Hadoop and big data have been a central part of data progression, allowing you to capture data at scale. But companies now look to the expanding use of cloud computing and machine […]

Mobile, Mobile Apps

What’s new for developers in Android P

March 15, 2018

Via: Info World

The initial developer beta of Google’s forthcoming Android P operating system looks to entice developers with enhancements for Kotlin coding, machine learning, and application compatibility. The use of Kotlin as a supported language in Android Studio (via a plugin) lets developers […]

Mobile, Smartphones

Samsung Galaxy S9+ vs Galaxy Note 8

March 15, 2018

Via: Phone Arena

Six months after releasing its super-powered phablet — the Note 8 — Samsung is launching its flagship phone duo for 2018 — the Galaxy S9. With such a short distance of time between the two releases, it’s only natural that […]

Mobile, Mobile Apps

What’s new in Google’s Flutter mobile dev framework

March 14, 2018

Via: Info World

Flutter, Google’s UI framework for building native interfaces for Android and iOS mobile applications, has just moved to its first beta release. With the open source Flutter, you build applications and interfaces via a single code base that compiles directly […]