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Ubuntu 15.10 Daily Images Haven't Been Refreshed in a Month

Wednesday 8th of July 2015 04:42:46 PM
Ubuntu has daily images for its development cycle, and you can always download the latest version for the distros that is being worked on right at the moment. Or at least you could until Ubuntu 15.10. It seems that no image has passed testing for a few weeks.

5 open source tools for taming text

Wednesday 8th of July 2015 03:45:35 PM
Text is everywhere. It fills up our social feeds, clutters our inboxes, and commands our attention like nothing else. It is oh so familiar, and yet, as a programmer, it is oh so strange. We learn the basics of spoken and written language at a very young age and the more formal side of it in high school and college, yet most of us never get beyond very simple processing rules when it comes to how we handle text in our applications.

DigitalOcean CEO Considers Open-Sourcing Platform to take on OpenStack

Wednesday 8th of July 2015 02:48:24 PM
DigitalOcean CEO Ben Uretsky explains how he's building one of the world's fastest-growing cloud providers and his plans for open-sourcing his company's platform.

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