Links for April 5th through April 14th
- Project Atomic – Create and Run Applications in Linux Containers – Create your application using Docker containers. Deploy and manage containerized applications on a proven, trusted platform.
- How To Avoid Being Replaced By A Robot #Innovation – Your job will probably be affected by automation, but the future isn't as bleak as it seems. Here's 5 steps to remain relevant and employed.
- Facebook’s React Native gets backing from Microsoft and Samsung – Facebook announced that both Microsoft and Samsung have committed to bringing React Native to Windows 10 and Tizen, respectively. This means developers will soon be able to use React Native to write apps for the Universal Windows Platform (and for the Universal Windows Platform, that may also mean that more developers will now support it, too). Samsung’s Tizen HTML5-based platform mostly powers Smart TVs and smartwatches, so this opens up a new market for these apps, as well.
- Open Source Learning – React Native tutorial describing how Facebook build the F8 conference app – This is a series of tutorials designed to introduce React Native and its Open Source ecosystem in plain English, written alongside the building of the F8 2016 app for Android and iOS.
- Sputnik, a new service that performs continuous automatic code reviews for Java, can integrate directly with open source projects hosted on GitHub – Sputnik checks quality of contributions to your GitHub projects saving your time.
It runs Checkstyle, PMD, FindBugs, Scalastyle, CodeNarc, JSLint for you.
- Datera emerges from stealth to offer another take on cloud scale-out storage – Stealthy startup Datera is launching today with its promise to bring an Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud-type of offering to large enterprises and service providers.
- Inside Microsoft’s build-a-bot strategy – Microsoft Research, its Developer Experience team and its Applications and Services Group are all building out pieces of the company's evolving bot platform. Here's what's under the hood.
- Android Studio 2.0 is out #android – As the official IDE from Google, Android Studio includes everything you need to build an app, including a code editor, code analysis tools, emulators and more. This new and stable version of Android Studio has fast build speeds and a fast emulator with support for the latest Android version and Google Play Services.
- Deep Learning – free book from MIT Press – The Deep Learning textbook is a resource intended to help students and practitioners enter the field of machine learning in general and deep learning in particular. The online version of the book is now complete and will remain available online for free. The print version will be available for sale soon.
- No Joking: No-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux is Now Available for Developers – No, last night’s news wasn’t an early April Fool’s Day joke: Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now available through a no-cost developer subscription as part of the Red Hat Developers Program. All that’s needed is an email address to register for the program and developers then have access to not only Red Hat Enterprise Linux