- Server Sales Are Down As Cloud Apps Abound At The Expense Of IBM, Enterprise Giants | TechCrunch – Gartner Research reports worldwide server sales are down 5 percent for the first quarter of the year, with IBM, HP and other members of the top five taking the biggest hit. Server shipments declined 0.7 percent.
- The Elm Programming Language – Elm is a functional reactive programming (FRP) language that compiles to HTML, CSS, and JS. FRP is a concise and elegant way to create highly interactive applications and avoid callbacks.
- Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends – The latest edition of the annual Internet Trends report finds continued robust online growth. There are now 2.4 billion Internet users around the world, and the total continues to grow apace
- My takeaways from “Clean Code” — On Coding — Medium – There are many more principles, patterns, and practices in the book. This list summarizes what stood out for me most. I think any serious programmer will pick up something useful from reading this book. Highly recommended!
- Global Tablet Shipments to Outpace PCs by 2015, IDC Says – Bloomberg – Tablet shipments are expected to surge 59 percent to 229.3 million units this year, from 144.5 million in 2012, Framingham, Massachusetts-based IDC said in a statement today. PC sales will decline 7.8 percent this year, IDC said in a separate statement, wo
- NetSuite and Workday Rivalry Carries On an Old Tech Feud – NYTimes.com – If the Hatfields and McCoys lived in Silicon Valley, they’d be fighting with piles of cash and lines of software code instead of knives and shotguns. And the fight would be over who wins the most customers in the computer industry’s growing “cloud” of soft
- Wintersmith – Flexible, minimalistic, multi-platform static site generator built on top of node.js. – Flexible, minimalistic, multi-platform static site generator built on top of node.js.
- Google Annotations Gallery – A rich set of annotations for developers to express themselves – The Google Annotations Gallery is an exciting new Java open source library that provides a rich set of annotations for developers to express themselves. Do you find the standard Java annotations dry and lackluster? Have you ever resorted to leaving message
Links for May 27th through May 30th