At the beginning of this year, we expanded TimesMachine, our virtual microfilm reader — learn about how we tackled some technical challenges to do so.
We’re excited to introduce Gizmo, a microservice toolkit for Go from The New York Times.
October 21st came and went. We still don’t have hoverboards. But all is not lost! We can still embrace hoverboards, at least as a metaphor for having a frictionless software development lifecycle. The hoverboard metaphor came to be as...Show More Summary
JP Robinson spoke at this year’s GothamGo conference about Newshound, the breaking news email aggregator he's been working on.
Michael Laing recently presented at the 2015 Cassandra Summit on the Internet of Things (IoT) and our work at The New York Times.
Canonical frees the Ubuntu One server-side syncing engine.
Alexander Spangher discusses recent work that's been done to revamp our article recommendation algorithm.
"The Company… has not successfully leveraged the Slashdot user base."
The 11th release of OpenStack is available for download today, and the event is being billed as "a turning point" for the open source project with contributions from nearly 1,500 developers and 169 organizations worldwide. Indeed, it's only been a few short years since there was early media coverage of the cloud computing platform. Show More Summary
Surely you've seen the news stories floating around about how has Microsoft finally, truly warmed up to Linux and open source. It's all thanks to new CEO Satya Nadella (shown), who has let everyone know that he "loves Linux" and claims that 20 percent of Microsoft's Azure cloud is already Linux-based. Show More Summary
Never underestimate how much the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is doing to drive the Hadoop community forward. This week, I reported on how it and the Open Data Platform partners are really driving standardization forward on the Hadoop scene. Show More Summary
Companies with household names ranging from HP to IBM have jumped rapidly on the cloud computing bandwagon, but they're not all necessarily focused on public cloud services. In fact, some companies are sending very mixed signals about the public cloud. Show More Summary
Bodhi founder and lead developer Jeff Hoogland today blogged that Enlightenment just isn't what it was back in the E17 days. So much so that Hoogland almost quit the distro business altogether. However, after his return, Hoogland decided the best way to handle Enlightenment was to fork it. Show More Summary
Recently, we've been covering Apache Mesos, along with Mesosphere, a company doing some interesting things surrounding Mesos and offering a data center operating system. Mesos is an open source project that abstracts CPU, memory, storage,...Show More Summary
Citrix is out with some interesting moves in the Linux virtual desktop arena. The company has a new kit called the “Linux Virtual Desktop Tech Preview” which is available here for XenApp or XenDesktop customers with active Subscription Advantage accounts. Show More Summary
What an exciting weekend that just passed. First up, the long-awaited Debian GNU/Linux 8.0 "Jessie" was released in live and traditional installation media. Elsewhere, Mageia 5 Release Candidate was released with UEFI support and other installation improvements. Show More Summary
The first Apple Watches are arriving on some wrists and drawing reviews around the web. In a recent post, I called out the fact that open source health initiatives and apps surrounding the watch may drive its ultimate success. AppleShow More Summary
Recently there has been a lot of coverage of Big Data leaders converging around the Open Data Platform, recently announced by Pivotal, which we covered here. The ODP is rapidly gaining members, and its founding members are GE, Hortonworks, IBM, Infosys, Pivotal, SAS, AltiScale, Capgemini, CenturyLink, EMC, Teradata, Splunk, Verizon and VMware. Show More Summary
DoS weakness shares starring role with revised FREAK vulnerability.
4k scaling issues keep it from being perfect—but, hey, it’s for developers, right?