April 27th, 2020 | 2 mins 44 secs
a cloud guru, bsd license, c++, clang, clear linux, cloud, daily linux podcast, desktop, documenation, gnome, go, golang, kernel language, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, open computing language, opencl, rust, server, the khronos group, void, void linux, xbps
The Khronos Group rebases its OpenCL specification to an older version, Golang and Rust both remain popular despite some shortcomings, Intel refocuses Clear Linux for server and cloud usage, and the founder of Void Linux walks away for the second time.
March 18th, 2020 | 3 mins
a cloud guru, android, apache struts, chrome, chrome os, chromebooks, computer graphics, cross-site scripting, daily linux podcast, git, github, google, ios, keyboard, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, mobile app, open hardware, pop!_os, ray tracing, risksense, security, software development, software vulnerabilities, system76, the khronos group, vulkan, wordpress, works with chromebook
GitHub goes mobile with new apps for Android and iOS, Vulkan has new ray tracing extensions, RiskSense reports on the most vulnerable web and application frameworks, System76 enters the keyboard market, and Google starts rolling out new labels for Chromebook-compatible accessories.