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Catch 22: to die or maybe die?

As it’s Friday the Thirteenth I thought I’d cheer you up with yet another core systems renewal story. There’s a great article that resonated with me in the Financial Times the other day, talking about ‘technical debt‘. The line that has stayed with me is this one: “Stripe estimates that

JetBrains Releases Rider, ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3

Earlier this week, JetBrains announced the last releases of 2019 for Rider and ReSharper Ultimate. The new IDE features include support for T4 Templates, cross-platform .NET Core profiling, multi-container Docker debugging, and Unity testing. ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3 includes a new Localization Manager, support for multiple C# 8 features, and dependency

Are you writing code for ambient computing? No? Don’t even know? Ch-uh. Google’s ‘write once, run anywhere’ Flutter is all over it

Techies lay out modest ambition to provide development framework for everything. Where have we heard that before? Google has translated Java's "write once, run anywhere" promise into the words "ambient computing," which it has begun using to explain Flutter's reason for being.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

SIA names new chairman

SIA’s Board of Directors, which met today under the Chairmanship of Giuliano Asperti, has coopted fi... Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

Revealed: NHS England bosses meet with tech and pharmaceutical giants to discuss price list of millions of Brits’ medical data

Nine 'commercial models' to access central database mulled at hush-hush meeting Exclusive  Talks to package millions of British medical records into a vast, commercially valuable database that may then be sold on are already underway between NHS England bosses and global giants, documents exclusively obtained by The Register show.… Read more...Powered

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