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MongoDB 3.2 Released
Dec 01 | Kay Ewbank
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MongoDB 3.2 has been released with support for document validation, partial indexes, and new storage engines.

Intel Buzz Workshop Comes To London
Dec 01 | Alex Denham
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A full day of free sessions where you can learn about the latest in gaming and play with industry experts is on offer on December 8th in London.

Coordinated Cyber Attack on Greek Banks
Dec 01 | Nikos Vaggalis
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Financially tortured Greece has been caught in the middle of another turmoil, that of a hacking thriller currently in full deployment. Hacker team Armada Collective last week notified the National Bank of Greece of a series of pending DDoS attacks against its banking infrastructure unless 700 bitcoins is paid in ransom

Flink Gets Event-time Streaming
Nov 30 | Kay Ewbank
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Apache Flink 0.10.0 has been released with improvements for data stream processing, support for event-time streaming and exactly-once processing.

Google Turns Apps Into Web Pages - Insanity!
Nov 30 | Mike James
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You may not like web pages that keep on trying to get you to install the app, but as programmers we know apps have advantages. Now Google is undoing all your hard work and turning your app back into a web page - the jargon is streaming apps. 

Coursera's Machine Learning Specialization
Nov 30 | Sue Gee
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The first course in Coursera's Machine Learning Specialization starts next week on December 7th, 2015. Meanwhile the second course, Regression, opens today, November 30th.

Quantum Cats
Nov 29 | Lucy Black
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Can you learn about quantum mechanics, and quantum computing in particular, simply by playing a game?

2015 Source Code Poetry Competition
Nov 28 | David Conrad
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No this is not some vague philosophical point about code being so beautiful it is a logical poem - although it undoubtedly is - this is real poetry. It has to rhyme and it has to compile. 

November Week 4
Nov 28 | Editor
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I Programmer reports news of interest to developers. We cover new releases of languages and tools and a lot more besides. So if you want to catch up with what's been happening, read on.

Asm.js Goes All Edgy
Nov 27 | Ian Elliot
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Edge, Microsoft's browser replacement for IE, has been quick to drop the legacy technologies and just as quick to embrace the new stuff. The lastest new technology to make it into Edge is asm.js and there is a nice proof of principle that it is indeed faster. 

No More Tweet Counts
Nov 27 | Lucy Black
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If you are a member of the Twitterati, last Friday was a sad day. Twitter turned off the Tweet counter feature and does not intend to restore it.

Raspberry Pi Zero $5 Computer
Nov 26 | Harry Fairhead
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Rumours that something new was coming from the Raspberry Pi team have proved true - a $5 computer the Raspberry Pi Zero is here to give the BBC micro:bit and other low cost devices some competition.

Microsoft Open Sources Quantum Computing
Nov 26 | Alex Armstrong
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Microsoft has a lot of interest in quantum computing and even though we don't actually have any such thing at the moment this hasn't stopped it from creating a simulator called LIQUi|>.

Android Studio 2 In Preview
Nov 25 | Mike James
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Soon after the release of Android Studio 1.6 to the stable channel, Google is showing off what a full version 2.0 will look like. 

Minecraft Hour Of Code
Nov 25 | Kay Ewbank
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This year's Hour of Code has added a Minecraft-themed activity to encourage kids to try coding.

Dart SDK Improves JavaScript Access
Nov 24 | Kay Ewbank
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Dart 1.13 has been released with improved JavaScript interoperability.

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