Open source licensing: A clear trend towards permissiveness?

by Dave McLoughlin • No Comments

Open source licensing: A clear trend towards permissiveness?

We are seeing the trend of open source moving towards permissive licenses and away from copyleft licenses. Which one is right for you...

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ActiveMQ community deprecates LevelDB – What you need to know

by Justin Reock • No Comments

ActiveMQ community deprecates LevelDB – What you need to know

In a surprising move, the ActiveMQ community has deprecated the use of LevelDB as a persistence store for their popular messaging broker. Find out why and what you can do to protect your applications...

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ADHD and how to get non-feature engineering work done

by Mike Bessuille • No Comments

ADHD and how to get non-feature engineering work done

How we found the time to fit in engineering work - things the customer won't see - when swamped with new features and bug fixes...

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Software engineers – Revive your software soul

by Don Boughey • 5 Comments

Software engineers – Revive your software soul

Next time you're in a funk (that’s the technical term, by the way) and disillusioned by the seeming normality of day-to-day work, try this ...

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Meet the OSS experts – John

by Amanda Boughey • No Comments

Meet the OSS experts – John

Interested in knowing who's on the other end of the line when you call our support? Meet our OSS expert John...

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Meet Patrick Boily, director at CQADS

by Roy Sarkar • 2 Comments

Meet Patrick Boily, director at CQADS

Interview with Patrick Boily, manager and senior consultant at CQADS, about the centre's mission and upcoming series of data science workshops...

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Static Analysis

One small step for Klocwork, one giant [productivity] leap for developers

November 15, 2016, Roy Sarkar - No Comments

One small step for Klocwork, one giant [productivity] leap...

How full MISRA documentation helps save compliance time when performing static code analysis...

Software Security

Where the world talks security – RSA 2016 recap

March 15, 2016, Larry Edelstein - No Comments

Where the world talks security – RSA 2016 recap

It seems that everyone attending RSA was looking for ways to mitigate their security vulnerabilities and keep their products, employees, customers,...

High Performance Computing

SC16 and upcoming ARM support for HPC

November 11, 2016, Martin Bakal - No Comments

SC16 and upcoming ARM support for HPC

Marty Bakal discusses the future of ARM in HPC and what we're showing at SC16 next week in Salt Lake City...

Open Source

Open source licensing: A clear trend towards permissiveness?

December 6, 2016, Dave McLoughlin - No Comments

Open source licensing: A clear trend towards permissiveness?

We are seeing the trend of open source moving towards permissive licenses and away from copyleft licenses. Which one is right for you...

Software Testing

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

September 23, 2015, Roy Sarkar - No Comments

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

The Volkswagen emissions scandal reminds us of an important question: is independent testing good enough...

Embedded Software

No CI, please, we’re embedded!

November 8, 2016, Steve Howard - No Comments

No CI, please, we’re embedded!

Is true continuous integration (CI) steadily making its way into embedded software development? ...

Analytics & Data Mining

An update to BCPOL

October 6, 2016, Ed Stewart - No Comments

An update to BCPOL

An example of using the BCPOL function, an implementation of a direct search complex algorithm, and how to fine tune it...

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