As of late October (announcement), Modulus switched to using Docker as its container technology.
Check Bradon’s post for full details.
Modulus is now available at the AWS Marketplace, just in time for AWS re:Invent. If you go to the event, drop by booth 250 to learn about the latest features in our recent release. You can also get an invitation to our party Wed night at the Bellagio.
Progress is one of the sponsors for YHack, this weekend at Yale University. The Modulus team will be represented by Jeremiah Harlan and Rollbase and Rollbase Mobile will be represented by Shelley Chase. The team will bring some Gimbal iBeacons ahd some Philips Hues (flickr album) and a couple of BeagleBone Blacks as prizes (flickr album).
Jeremiah and Shelley are also collecting SWAG. The new Modulus stickers just arrived so Jeremiah will bring some.
See my blog at the Progress website: Happy Halloween at YHack 2014.
The good folks in Cincinnati have a new Modulus release. There are some cool changes underneath plus some very useful new user-visible changes:
More details on this release are in the Modulus blog.
I’ve been publishing my presentations at SlideShare to make them more available. The most recent presentations are:
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Today Progress and Telerik announced that Progress has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Telerik AD; check our Press Release and Vassil and Zarko’s post. This is great news; welcome aboard, Telerik!
You may know Telerik from their UI components and tools (DevCraft), available for .NET, Web and Mobile, from their excellent KendoUI HTML5 components, from the Sitefinity WCMS, from Fiddler, the popular MiM debugging proxy, or their ALM tools like TeamPulse and TestStudio. Most recently they released the comprehensive mobile Telerik Platform. Telerik’s mobile product supports native and hybrid development, the latter using Apache Cordova and they have a nice catalog of verified Plugin.
Telerik’s HQ is in Sofia, Bulgaria. I visited this summer and thoroughly enjoyed it and I’m looking forward going back. Telerik is a key contributor to the high-tech culture in Bulgaria (see awards); they have been named Best Employer in Bulgaria for 6 years in a row, and this year they received their second award as Best Employer in Central and Easter Europe. They have a great culture, with very interesting approaches to the needs of their company like Telerik Academy. Telerik also has offices in other locations including Walthan, MA, and Palo Alto, CA; altogether 9 offices in 7 countries.
Telerik has over 130K customers from 60K organizations in 94 countries. They have a solid presence in the Fortune 500 companies (over 450), goverments and non-profits. They have a very agile organization and use modern processes and tools (including OpenStack and Node.js).
I’ve had an opportunity to meet some of the team and I can’t wait to work more closely with the co-founders Vassil, Zarko, Boyko, Hristo, as well as Aaron, Dimi, Todd, Zaris and the rest of the team.
The combination of Progress and Telerik creates a complete platform combining cloud and on-premise offerings to enable the rapid creation of applications driven by data for any device or cloud. The combined company builds on OpenEdge and our DataDirect offerings with the Pacific components of Rollbase productivity platform and our Node.js and MongoDB offering in Modulus.
Moving forward to a new chapter in the story of Telerik and Progress. Fun times ahead!
Originally posted on June 27th, 2014. Last updated on Oct 11th 2014 - We are now making a pause on IOT work. I’ll publish soon an overview post built on the content below. This summer we will have several interns in our Redwood City office, hosted within Progress’ Office of the CTO. We will do an “agile” internship, adjusting as we go, but two key themes will be node.js and IoT. Progress is also hosting interns in Cincinnati, Bedford, Morrisville and Hyderabad. This running post tracks public activities of these interns.
Using the data from modulecounts.com we can see that NPM is growing twice as fast as Maven Central:
Thanks to the NPM folks and to Erik DeBill for modulecounts.com.