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Video: Reactive Programming Made Simple

Reactive Programming is very useful for building complex user interface and interactions. Unfortunately the most popular form of it is FRP (Functional Reactive Programming) which is not an easy paradigm to learn and use for newcomers. 194 more words


Channel 9 interview on open sourcing .NET

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With the recent announcement that the .NET Core is open source, Dan sits down with Immo Landwerth and David Kean to discuss what open sourcing means, how .NET Core will support both Windows and Linux, how Mono fits into the open source efforts, and how community members can contribute to this effort. 130 more words


The Polyglot Beaker Notebook

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PyData NYC 2014
The Beaker Notebook is a new open source tool for collaborative data science. Like IPython, Beaker uses a notebook-based metaphor for idea flow. 117 more words


Yeoman generators for ASP.NET 5

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Building complex modern web applications used to be difficult because of the lack of tooling to maintain and develop client-side code. Recent Open Source projects have made it easier to manage complex client-side code. 20 more words


Call all Node.js modules directly from DOM and enable a new way of writing applications

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node-webkit is an app runtime based on Chromium and node.js. You can write native apps in HTML and JavaScript with node-webkit. It also lets you call Node.js modules directly from the DOM and enables a new way of writing native applications with all Web technologies. 36 more words


Open Methodology for Security Tool Developers

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OMSTD (Open Methodology for Security Tool Developers) is a list of study cases, grouped and categorized as a guide which to achieve well-built development tools. 27 more words


GitHub Archive is a project to record the public GitHub timeline

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Open-source developers all over the world are working on millions of projects: writing code & documentation, fixing & submitting bugs, and so forth. 21 more words

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