By ZDNet Staff
| February 21, 2012 -- 22:59 GMT (14:59 PST)
| Topic: Developer
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
GitHub security alerts now support PHP projects
GitHub is now also a CVE CNA and can issue its own CVE numbers for bugs disclosed in projects hosted on the platform.
Microsoft acquires code-analysis platform vendor Semmle
Microsoft plans to more tightly integrate Semmle's security products with the GitHub product line.
Is the world ready for cross-platform quantum programming?
Oracle: This 1,060 Raspberry Pi supercomputer is 'world's largest Pi cluster'
Oracle's Raspberry Pi 3 B+ supercomputer should provide 4,240 cores for processing.
Oracle: Programming language Java 13 is out, it'll make you more productive
Oracle commits to six-month release cycle for Java.
Richard Stallman resigns from Free Software Foundation after defending Jeffrey Epstein behavior
Richard M. Stallman, godfather of free software and open source, has resigned as FSF president and board member and his position at MIT.
Windows 10 1903 problems: Now Microsoft reverts change that muffled audio
Microsoft's attempt to squish one bug exposes several more. Fixes are coming but users struggle.
Linus Torvalds releases Linux 5.3: Kernel fixes are about user impact, nothing else
Linux kernel developers get a gentle reminder of a lesson Linus Torvalds has been shouting at them for years: if there's no user impact, shut up.
GitHub reveals how it handles US trade restrictions, after blocking UK developer
GitHub's top lawyer sets out its recent efforts to comply with US trade restrictions affecting open-source code.