Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Working on some largish projects at work, so not a lot of time to accumulate links this week. Here's what I have, or am planning to read this weekend.
jQuery 1.11.1 and 2.1.1 released: New bits.
Mediacenter.js: A mediacenter application in your browser.
Crossbreeding web fonts: This is pretty cool. Basically, grabbing just the characters you need, which reduces the amount of data the client has to download.
Node v0.10.27 released: New stable bits.
Finding the right Node.js WebSocket implementation: Nice write up of some testing with a few WebSocket implementations for Node.js.
Deploying a Node.js app to IBM BlueMix: Node.js on IBM's cloud.
Edge.js now brings Node.js and .NET together on Linux, OS X and Windows: Edge.js was already pretty awesome, but now it's cross-platform awesome.
Tails 1.0: Tails is a system built around preserving your privacy and anonymity.
Programming sucks: Funny, sad, sometimes horribly accurate.
torrent-mount: Mount a torrent or magnet link as a file system, in real time.
Is your product's documentation good enough?: Define 'good enough' and then maybe we'll talk.
How to prevent the next Heartbleed-like vulnerability: Some tools and techniques that might help catch the next big vulnerability.