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Severe flaws in widely used archive library put many projects at risk

Researchers from Cisco Systems' Talos group found three severe flaws in libarchive that could impact a large number of software products and their users.

Lucian Constantin

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Eclipse's annual release train focuses on JavaScript, PHP

This year's open source tooling package, called Neon, also gives nods to Docker and Android

Paul Krill

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Java's Spring Framework gets a new competitor

The Datamill framework brings functional programming to Java

Paul Krill

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16 ways to build a better dev team

The secret to building and maintaining a great development team requires transparency, flexibility, and yes, good vibes

Paul Heltzel

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JavaScript specification gets official thumbs-up

ECMAScript 2016 has limited new features due to the new philosophy of providing smaller, more frequent updates

Paul Krill

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5 big data sources for strategic sentiment analysis

Every company wants to know what its customers feel about it. But sentiment analysis can get more granular -- and turn inward to improve employee satisfaction

Andrew C. Oliver

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JS email attachments may carry potent ransomware

Attackers are infecting computers with a new ransomware program called RAA that's written entirely in JavaScript and locks users' files using strong encryption.

Lucian Constantin

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Unikernel power comes to Java, Node.js, Go, and Python apps

Anyone who wants to experiment with deploying apps as self-contained miniature OSes now have a UniK, a new software tool to speed the process

Serdar Yegulalp

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Gosling rallies against Oracle for Java EE neglect

Java's creator and the Java EE Guardians group believe Oracle has all but abandoned the language

Paul Krill

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We have the big data tools -- let's learn to use them

Few enterprises enjoy even the first-order benefits of big data. The real payoff will come when we interact with systems much less than we do today

Andrew C. Oliver

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Learn from SOA: 5 lessons for the microservices era

The rise and fall of SOA can teach us much about making the best use of microservices

Matt McLarty

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Google just made a leap for quantum computing

Many approaches are being tried in the race to develop a working quantum computer, but Google this week reported using a combination of techniques with particularly promising results.

Katherine Noyes

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