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This week in open source #1 (2012-10-06)
Today we are launching a "This week in open source" series on our blog. In this section we'll try to summarize last week's biggest news from open-source frameworks, top blog entries and tweets, latest releases and what's up on our DevRates page.
So let's go with #1 issue!
 
News
Creator of Spring Framework to provide enterprise Java expertise to take company to the next level.
Widely known as the founder of Spring, Johnson brings more than 15 years of experience in the Java infrastructure software space. Curious what this will end up with...
 
Great collection of online tools, tutorials, cloud platforms, code hosting services. Even as developers, we didn't know of existence of maybe 70% of these...
 
TypeScript
Microsoft announced a language that is a typed superset of JavaScript and compiles to it. Language that can be somehow compared to CoffeScript and Dart.
Few reactional posts:
 
mongoDB flame war
Allen Coin publisher kind of provocative article as a reaction to haters of the most popular noSQL engine. He recalls a blog post by Diego Basch where the author torments mongoDB for failing silently after reaching 2GB of database size. It was published almost a year after the famous Don't Use MongoDB post by former user of mongoDB. The battle continues then :)
As you can see, on DevRates mongoDB is mostly used noSQL database and the ratings are quite positive.
 
Reddit debate about being a developer in your 50s. Lots of comments here and here. What do you think?
 
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