HyperLedger - WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for April 2019

HyperLedger – WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for April 2019

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Continuing our series of innovative and useful open source projects that you should know, we spoke this month with Hyperledger’s Director of Ecosystem to learn more about their project. First released in December 2015 by the Linux Foundation under the Apache License 2.0, Hyperledger is an open source environment for ... Read More
The Results for 2019 are in: Here are the Key Takeaways from Stack Overflow’s Developer Survey

The Results for 2019 are in: Here are the Key Takeaways from Stack Overflow’s Developer Survey

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With the publication of the annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey earlier this month, the developer community has gained important insights into how the community gets work done. The survey dug into which tools developers are using the most, the industries they work in, and most intriguing, how they got to ... Read More
March Madness 2019: Competing To Be The Top GitHub Repository

March Madness 2019: Competing To Be The Top GitHub Repository

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March. Madness. The two words which send chills to every sports fan. It’s the month where everyone overthinks and tinkers when filling out their big dance brackets. This is the month where people will spend countless hours watching college basketball and overreading every stat possible to get any kind of ... Read More
Jenkins X- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for March 2019

Jenkins X- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for March 2019

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Continuing our series of innovative and useful open source projects that you should know, we spoke this month with the creators of Jenkins X. Launched in early March 2018 under the Apache License by Cloudbees, Jenkins X is a free and open source CI/CD tool designed to help ship apps ... Read More
Bulma- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for February 2019

Bulma- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for February 2019

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Continuing our series of innovative and useful open source projects that you should know, we spoke this month with the creators of Bulma. First released in early January 2016 under the MIT license by Jeremy Thomas, Bulma is a free and open source modern CSS framework based on the Flexbox ... Read More
Experience over Best Practices- Interview with CyberArk’s WhiteHat Hacker Len Noe

Experience over Best Practices- Interview with CyberArk’s WhiteHat Hacker Len Noe

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Every week, a new data breach makes headlines. Target, Yahoo, Equifax, JP Morgan Chase, and many more have all been subject to massive information data breaches compromising the personal information of millions of customers. Even as phishing has grown as a threat in recent years, one of the simple ways ... Read More
SweetAlert2- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for January 2019

SweetAlert2- WhiteSource’s Open Source Project of the Month for January 2019

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Continuing our series of innovative and useful open source projects that you should know, we spoke this month with the creator of SweetAlert2. First released in January 2015 under the MIT license by Limon Monte, SweetAlert2 is an open source responsive, customizable, and accessible (WAI-ARIA) modern replacement for JavaScript's popup ... Read More
The Best of WhiteSource 2018: Top 7 Reader’s Favorites Articles

The Best of WhiteSource 2018: Top 7 Reader’s Favorites Articles

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We are just 24 hours into 2019, but we must not forget the trend-setting year we experienced in 2018. Over the past year, here at WhiteSource, we launched new features, integrations, free developer tools, issued reports, and much more. For the entire open source industry, 2018 was quite an exciting ... Read More
Algorithms and Data Structures

Who’s been naughty or nice in the Open Source-verse over 2018?

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Because we’re checking our list twice It’s that time of the year again. It’s the middle of the holiday season and now is the time to reflect on our experiences over the past year in the ever exciting world of open source. If it was vulnerabilities Grinches trying to find ... Read More
Grace Hopper on Letterman

5 Female Pioneers of Software Development We’re Grateful For This Thanksgiving

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When we think about the average stereotypical developer, a couple of images quickly pop into mind. First off, he probably is on the younger side, early to mid-20s, likes a lot of pop culture icons like Dr. Who, has some cool gadgets, and most commonly, is a he. Overwhelmingly, the ... Read More