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- GitHub's Atom Editor Reaches 1.0 Maturity
On a blog post and at a conference somewhere in Tennessee, GitHub announced the first stable release of its open source, Web-based source code editor: Atom. Launched to the public for the first time in February 2014, Atom's origins actually reside somewhere in Chris Wanstrath's early days as a developer when he fell in love with Emacs, a similar source code editor written in Lisp, man...
- Eclipse Mars Released, Docker and Java 9 Support Included
In the month of June of each year, the Eclipse Foundation releases updates to many of its software, in a process it calls a "release train." The foundation also has the tradition of naming these releases after celestial bodies, and this year, Eclipse's release train is called "Mars," while in the nine previous years the other releases where known as Eclipse Callisto, Europa, Ganymede, Galileo, Helios, Indigo, Juno, Kepler, and Luna. In 2015, Eclipse's release train cover...
- Google's Matt Cutts Prolongs Absence from Company
Matt Cutts, the third most well-known employee after the two founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, has announced he will extend his unpaid leave he took from the company. One of the first and most important "googlers," Matt Cutts has been crucial in developing Google's main project, its search engine, where he helped develop products like SafeSearch, and headed the Webspam Team. Mr. Cuts
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