Pyston 0.2 Python Compiler
Sep 19 | Alex Denham
There’s a new release of Pyston, the high-performance Python implementation developed by cloud storage provider Dropbox.
Microsoft Research Silicon Valley Axed
Sep 19 | Sue Gee
As part of its program of layoffs, Microsoft is closing its Silicon Valley Research Labs with the loss of 50 jobs. The Trustworthy Computing Group is another victim of the cuts.
Microsoft's WinJS - New Cross-Platform Library
Sep 19 | Ian Elliot
Qt’s new home
Sep 18 | Alex Denham
Digia has announced the name of the new company that will be the home of the Qt cross- application framework.
Imagine Cup 2015 Kicks Off With Code Hunt
Sep 18 | Sue Gee
The Imagine Cup 2015 season is officially underway and the first of a series of new online coding contests takes place on September 20th.
Mathematica Online Launched
Sep 18 | Mike James
Wolfram has just launched Mathematica Online and it provides an easy way to do difficult math.
Mozilla Labs Closed And Nobody Noticed
Sep 17 | Ian Elliot
A blog post by Ian Bickling conveyed the news that mozilla Labs has closed. A big and disturbing event for web development. But this happened months ago and this is the first we had heard about it.
CLion – IDE for C/C++
Sep 17 | Kay Ewbank
JetBrains has made its new intelligent cross platform IDE for C and C++ available through its Early Access Program.
TODO - A New Group To Tell Open Source Programmers
Sep 17 | Mike James
A new group, which currently includes big hitters like Facebook, Google, Twitter and GitHub, aims to tell open sourcers how to do it better.
New Downloads For Raspberry Pi
Sep 16 | Harry Fairhead
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced new releases of its OS Raspbian and the installer software that helps users to get started, NOOBS.
Robot Cheetah Runs Free
Sep 16 | Harry Fairhead
This may not be the robot cat you were wishing for, but it is impressive and the stuff nightmares could be populated by.
NetBeans IDE 8.0.1
Sep 16 | Alex Armstrong
Twitter Mobile Developer Conference
Sep 15 | Alex Armstrong
Twitter as scheduled its first annual mobile developer conference. Called Twitter Flight, the event takes place in San Francisco and the cost per delegate is just $140.
Intel's New Edison Is As Small As A Postage Stamp
Sep 15 | Harry Fairhead
It is difficult not to see the Edison and think "Arduino killer" and perhaps for some applications "Raspberry Pi killer". In fact it has a place in the low cost tiny system ecology all of its own.
Google Cloud Platform For Startups
Sep 15 | Lucy Black
Google seems to be pursuing a "catch 'em while they are young" strategy by offering a good deal to startups for using its Cloud Platform.
Students Flocking to Computer Science
Sep 14 | Sue Gee
Harvard's, the school's Introduction to Computer Science course for undergrads, has attracted record numbers of students this semester.
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