Amazon introduced their IoT button, Wercker released a new way of working using workflows, and the EFF announced Certbot.
A little earlier than usual due to my holiday, this week's update brings you my initial impressions of Jenkins' first major update and a couple of other small things I wish to note.
Now that it's been released, I'll give my thoughts on why CareKit is potentially so important and talk a bit about the new automation features for OmniFocus.
It's a very AWS heavy period, and I'll dive into a couple of the more personally interesting announcements of last week. Then there are Intel's recent changes, and I have some thoughts on subscription services in the wake of TextExpander's changes.
A lot of short points this week as there was a lot of interest. Where last week brought big rockets, now there are plans for nanocrafts, Facebook held its F8 conference, Microsoft sues the US government, Swift supports Android, and a new Kindle.
Connected devices don't do a lot when their servers are shut down, Tesla's new car, encryption, and rocket landings.
At their Build conference last week, Microsoft had several interesting announcements that I'd like to discuss. Similarly, Apple changed the way they develop their Safari web browser.
Docker's birthday made me think about containers, and then there are some more thoughts about online payments and the iPhone SE.
AWS celebrated its 10th birthday last week, and it has grown incredibly in that time. Lately there have been a couple of pretty big shifts in the cloud as well, and today some things happened for Apple.
Microsoft releases another Linux product and AIs take over the world (or the Go board at least.
More security issues, and a short look at what the Amazon Echo means.
This week comes with a focus on programming languages, and specifically cross-platform work.
Once again, this is a security centric note with a major security issue in core Linux functionality and a follow up on Error 53.
A huge scientific discovery concerning gravitational waves and zombie clauses in terms and conditions are the main points of the week, but we round it out with a couple of smaller things.
A major update for Docker and Apple has once again managed to rile up the media with something that according to some is either a feature, a bug, or a step in their evil plan towards world domination.