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This week in open source #3 (2012-10-21)

James Ward joins Typesafe

Another big transfer to Typesafe - this time an evangelist of Heroku has joined the team. He will be now teaching us the Typesafe Stack (Play, Scala, and Akka).


SpringOne 2GX 2012

SpringSource and No Fluff Just Stuff organized a conference advertised as "one-of-a-kind conference for application developers, solution architects, web operations and IT teams". Many talks regarding SpringSource' frameworks: Spring, Grails and Groovy. This was also first SpringOne without it's founder - Rod Johnson, who joined Typesafe.

Here's a blog post with interesting set of notes from the conference.

Java SE 7 Critical Patch Update Released

A bug fix release including 30 fixes for security vulnerabilities.


The State of JavaScript - video

Presentation from the creator of JavaScript - now with video from Strange Loop conference (video hosted on InfoQ).

EcmaScript6 for Node.js

A detailed blog post on DailyJS discussing changes that ES6 could make to the Node.js ecosystem.


Rails 4 Whirlwind Tour

40-min video showing new features is next major release of popular framework.


Sencha Touch vs. jQuery Mobile

A head to head comparison of two popular frameworks for building cross-platform mobile apps.


Things I wish I knew about MongoDB a year ago

Another post by user warning about some MongoDB gotchas. Also over 100 comments on Hackernews.



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