Apple making sparse use of Swift in its own apps, engineer claims

Article Image In spite of Apple expressing a desire to switch its apps to Swift, just a handful of them are actually using the programming language so far, according to a software engineer.

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Enthusiasts fuel 'new industrial revolution'

Some inventors say it’s not just a fad, but a new industrial revolution. Peoples’ renewed desire to build things with their own hands is attracting everyone from artists to engineers to the “maker movement.”

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Potato-salad rookie cashes in on Kickstarter

Zack Brown of Columbus, Ohio, posted his Kickstarter project with a goal of $10 and a desire to make potato salad for the first time. As of Monday morning, more than 800 backers had pledged $8,000 for a chance to taste Brown’s creation.

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Adobe's Open Source Tightrope Walk


Open source software continues to gain momentum — but what is not growing is an open desire among individual software developers to port their commercial Windows wares to Linux. Open source support is not a mere in or out decision. Some software makers shape their business models to take advantage of open source support for some products but not others. For other software developers, making a commitment to support FOSS often goes well beyond the notion of putting one’s money where one’s mouth is.

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