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  • Cloud: Google App Engine adds C#, Node.js, and Ruby options #IT #cloudcomputing

    Google App Engine adds C#, Node.js, and Ruby options

    itworld.com 09 Mar '17, 7pm

    Google is enhancing developer options on two fronts, adding language options to its App Engine PaaS cloud and moving its event-driven computing platform, Cloud Functions, to public beta. It announced the moves at the Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco. App Engine will now p...

  • Google App Engine adds C#, Node.js, and Ruby options

    itworld.com 19 Mar '17, 11pm

    Google is enhancing developer options on two fronts, adding language options to its App Engine PaaS cloud and moving its event-driven computing platform, Cloud Functions, to public beta. It announced the moves at the Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco. App Engine will now p...

  • MIT's new bug finder uncovers flaws in Web apps in 64 seconds

    itworld.com 15 Apr '16, 6pm

    Finding bugs in Web applications is an ongoing challenge, but a new tool from MIT exploits some of the idiosyncrasies in the Ruby on Rails programming framework to quickly uncover new ones. In tests on 50 popular Web applications written using Ruby on Rails , the system found 23 previ...

  • Ruby on Rails-style development comes to Apple's Swift

    itworld.com 25 Feb '16, 9pm

    Apple's trendy Swift language is getting a Web framework inspired by the popular Ruby on Rails MVC framework. Open source Swifton, running on Mac OS X and Linux, is in an early stage of development. But it's already picking up traction, attractibg more than 1,200 stargazers on GitHub ...

  • Losing steam: Don’t drop everything to learn Ruby on Rails |

    itworld.com 26 Nov '14, 5am

    If you’re a budding software developer trying to decide which programming skills would be most valuable to devote your time to learning - or, if you’re a seasoned pro just looking become more marketable - Quartz had some interesting news for you last week. Using U.S. job listing data ...

  • How to keep governments from over-regulating BitCoin - ITworld

    How to keep governments from over-regulating Bitcoin

    itworld.com 02 Jun '15, 10am

    In April, the M.I.T. Media Lab announced its Digital Currency Initiative , which is aimed at encouraging research into and discussions about digital currencies. The impetus for the initiative came from Joi Ito, the Media Lab’s director, who had previously expressed his belief in the i...

  • "#Russia|n #military attacked, possibly by Chinese #cyber group": #China #cybersecurity #security #phi…

    Russian military attacked, possibly by Chinese cyber group

    itworld.com 19 Sep '15, 6pm

    Members of the Russian military have been receiving well-crafted phishing emails since mid-summer from attackers that use Chinese-language tools and Chinese command-and-control installations, according to a report released Wednesday . The campaign also targets Russian telecom firms an...

  • Losing steam: Don’t drop everything to learn Ruby on Rails |

    itworld.com 25 Nov '14, 4pm

    If you’re a budding software developer trying to decide which programming skills would be most valuable to devote your time to learning - or, if you’re a seasoned pro just looking become more marketable - Quartz had some interesting news for you last week. Using U.S. job listing data ...

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