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Published in The Wired CIO

Secure coding company Secure Code Warrior's latest feature is Missions – interactive coding simulations of real-world applications that demonstrate the impact of poor code practices.

Published in Education

A cryptocurrency-mining botnet known as Lemon Duck has been displaying increased activity since the end of August, researchers from Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group say, adding that while defenders would have spotted this activity, it would not have been noticed by end users.

Published in Security
Thursday, 24 October 2019 20:11

SAS opens up with Open Model Manager

Data scientists put a lot of work into creating models for their organisations, but a surprisingly small percentage find their way into production. SAS is looking to change that.

Published in Business Software

An unknown developer has published details of a zero-day exploit in the popular vBulletin forum software on the Full Disclosure mailing list, raising fears that there may be a spate of attacks across the Internet.

Published in Security
Friday, 30 November 2018 15:09

AWS extends serverless language and IDE options

AWS used a keynote presentation by Amazon.com chief technology officer Werner Vogels at its AWS re-Invent conference to announce a raft of new products and features aimed at developers, with an emphasis on serverless.

Published in Cloud

After the successful launch of Australia’s first blockchain university short course, Developing Blockchain Strategy, RMIT Online has announced the launch of two additional blockchain courses that will provide students with a comprehensive overview of the technology, including the understanding of how to design blockchain infrastructure, to further their skills and learn how to think strategically about implementing a blockchain solution into the core of their businesses.

Published in Development

The author of the Python programming language says he is stepping back from his primary role as leader of the project and removing himself entirely from the decision-making process.

Published in Open Source
Wednesday, 15 March 2017 11:38

Irish firm offers free online Python course

Ireland-based e-learning platform Alison has launched an online course to teach the Python programming language.

Published in Open Source
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Monday, 22 August 2016 10:15

MariaDB open-source credentials take a hit

The open-source credentials of MariaDB, the database company that was born as a fork from MySQL, have taken a hit after it announced that it would be releasing the new version of its MaxScale database proxy software under a proprietary licence.

Published in Open Sauce
Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:01

Pure Storage joins OpenStack

Pure Storage has joined the OpenStack Foundation as a corporate sponsor and committer, and announced two pieces of software that improve the integration between FlashArray and OpenStack.

Published in Cloud
Friday, 22 June 2012 15:04

Silk Mobile simplifies mobile testing

With Silk Mobile, mobile application testing becomes 'just another test' according to Micro Focus officials.

Wednesday, 07 March 2012 08:31

Haylix uses Akamai to speed cloud storage

Haylix claims to have brought competition to the Australian cloud storage market. A deal with Akamai delivers speedy data access for overseas users.

Published in Cloud Computing
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 12:46

Python conference to be held in August

Enthusiasts and users of the open-source Python programming language will gather in Sydney in August for the two-day PyCon AU, the second such conference to be held Down Under.

Published in Open Source
Microsoft’s own SourceForge-like repository of open source projects, CodePlex, celebrated its third anniversary recently. According to Sara Ford, CodePlex program manager, the site is accepted and welcomed among the fans of open source and Linux software.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Thursday, 25 June 2009 06:27

Microsoft and FOSS: uneasy bedfellows

Maybe it's the cynic within that makes me think this way - but at the end of an event titled “Microsoft”.“Open Source” == “unhandled exceptions.” I was left wondering: Is this all an elaborate set-up?

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