August Week 3
Aug 27 | Editor
If you want to get up to speed on stuff that affects you as a developer, I Programmer Weekly is a digest of book reviews, articles and news written by programmers, for programmers.
Artificial Intelligence in Pokémons' Service
Aug 27 | Nikos Vaggalis
Even AI cannot escape Pokémons Go's viral craze after Human Intelligence readily submitted.That's all due to a bright idea of combining IBM's Watson AI with the gameplay of Pokémon Go.
New Tutorial Tool in Komodo IDE 10.1
Aug 26 | Sue Gee
ActiveState has released an update to its multi-language IDE. In addition to expanded support for AngularJS and GulpJS, Komodo 10.1 lets you create custom programming tutorials.
New StreetView Renderer For Google Maps API
Aug 26 | Kay Ewbank
The Weekly Top 10: Mainly Magento
Aug 25 | Alex Denham
In this week's round up of posts from external blog's you'll find Magento is a recurrent focus, with Shopify also making its presense felt. Drupal and Wordpress also get a mention.
Windows UWP Community Toolkit
Aug 25 | Kay Ewbank
An open-source toolkit that lets you build UWP apps for Windows 10 devices has been released by Microsoft. The Windows UWP Community Toolkit can be used to create apps for PC, Mobile, Xbox, IoT and HoloLens.
Learning Android Online
Aug 24 | Sue Gee
With Android clearly the dominant app market there's obvious interest in learning about it, both on the part of beginners and those who already program in one of more languages. Joining a MOOC seems a good route to follow and there are many to choose from.
Chrome Apps No Longer On Windows,Mac And Linux
Aug 24 | Mike James
Google has just announced that Chrome apps are no longer going to be supported on Windows, Mac or Linux. This is a source of some confusion, but it doesn't mean the end of Chrome apps running in Chrome or under Chrome OS.
dbForge Adds SQL 2016 Support
Aug 23 | Kay Ewbank
A new version of dbForge Query Builder for SQL Server has been released with support for SQL Server 2016.
10,000 Bugs Found - A Milestone for Static Analysis
Aug 23 | Alex Armstrong
Eliminating bugs from software requires attention to detail - or a good set of tools. In order to promote static analysis methodology in general and its own static analyzer in particular, PVS-Studio does free code analysis of open source code. Having inspected 262 projects it has now logged 10,000 bugs.
Microsoft Open Sources PowerShell And It Runs On Linux
Aug 22 | Mike James
PowerShell is a strange beast that has now been let loose on Linux as well as Mac. You could even say "on the world" as it is now open source. What is PowerShell and why should you care?
Intel Euclid - New Horizons For RealSense
Aug 22 | David Conrad
Intel demoed a prototype of Euclid at last week's Intel Developer Forum. This is a compact computer combined with RealSense 3D depth sensing technology that can serve as the brain and eyes of a robot.
Margaret Hamilton Pioneering Software Engineer
Aug 20 | Sue Gee
Margaret Hamilton, who coined the term "software engineer" and was lead developer for the team that wrote the programs that landed men on the moon, turned 80 years old last week.
ReefScouts - Swarm Water Robotics
Aug 20 | Harry Fairhead
This is fun to watch and thought provoking. Perhaps swarm-based robotics has something to offer after all. Watch as the ReefScouts take off like a group of dolphins and then sink to the bottom like a synchronized swimming display.
August Week 2
Aug 20 | Editor
Summer distractions make it hard to keep focused on the news feeds. So, let us do it for you. Simply consult our weekly digest of news, book reviews and articles to keep you up to speed.
Aug 19 | Ian Elliot
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