Microsoft just released its latest version of their Edge web browser. This one is called “Canary” and is based on Google’s Chromium. Hopefully it will be stable and more-robust than previous versions.Continue reading
SWEENEY TODD, THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET plays October 5-20 at the Selma Arts Center – Rated R, Directed by Joseph Ham
You still have a few more days to catch the show. Tickets are available online at selmaartscenter.com and by calling the box office at 559-891-2238. #SACSweeneyTodd.
Here are the results of our recent, internal, UN-scientific survey of open source packages that we’ve used in the recent past. Its a long, sorted, de-duped list, but neither comprehensive, nor hierarchical. Still it gives a sense of the breadth and scale of the open source code in almost all modern software development projects these days. Enjoy.
Adobe Software announced today that they are buying Magento. Just like Day Software’s CQ a few years ago, this is another good package we like, have experience with, integrate with, frequently recommend to our customers and now it is also part of the growing Adobe portfolio. I think Adobe is reading our mail.
This Summer Boyle Software will celebrate its 30th Anniversary. It’s unbelievable really. You blink and 30 years has flown by. Poof.
Oracle released Java SE 10 today – March 20, 2018. This is the first release under their new six-month release schedule. Lots of good, new stuff in there, such as a consolidated JDK environment, new local variable types and application data class sharing. Exciting!
Why are the big tech companies (Facebook, Amazon, NetFlix, Google, etc) silent on the current attack on Net Neutrality? Net Neutrality is clearly a good thing for everyone, so why o why are these companies backing off the fight?
Some details emerged today about Amazon’s “floating warehouses” and drone delivery ideas, which were originally patented back in 2015. Crazy interesting stuff. Jeff Bezoz and Amazon are certainly not shy about pushing the envelope.