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New query language could turn log files into business insights

There's gold in them thar hills of log data, Logentries says

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Keep your legacy management style out of the cloud, Intuit exec says

At the O'Reilly Velocity conference, Intuit advised to go all in on cloud-native tools and don't worry about lock-in

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Google gives Android developers new tools for tracking app performance

Now in alpha, 'Fetch as Google' aims to help developers confirm that an app URI works and see how Google renders it

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Apigee adds some Swagger to API design

The Apigee API Studio can generate documentation and test new APIs

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Java's key to success is simplicity

As Java turns 20, Oracle looks to what keeps the programming language so vital

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IBM brings OpenStack to its SoftLayer cloud

Enterprise customers can move their OpenStack workloads to the IBM SoftLayer cloud

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Freescale woos developers with tools for building IoT apps

The company's goal is to make it easier for developers to access information collected by sensors

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Startup Twistlock seeks to padlock Docker containers

Security tools for virtual machines are highly evolved, but not so for containers

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Battle over app analytics accelerates with Apple's entry

Third party vendors will come under pressure to improve products to stay relevant

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Instagram engineer delves into emoji madness

The company's engineers did painstaking work to allow users to search by emoji.

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Telerik pitches new framework for building Android, iOS, Windows apps

NativeScript lets JavaScript programmers reuse their skills to build native apps

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Developers, download these apps to see if Microsoft is on the right track

This week Microsoft made previews of a number of tools available to developers

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Microsoft jumps into application monitoring

Application Insights can be used to instrument applications to better understand how well they perform