Excellent news – Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Software Collections 2.
You’ll see considerable additions to support multiple language versions. For example, it includes updates to “Python 2.7, continues to support Python 3.3 and also adds Python 3.4 – providing a fully-supported language library and blending developer agility with production stability.”
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It seems like just a few months ago when we introduced Red Hat Software Collections 1.0 (RHSCL), followed by 1.1 and 1.2 will lots of additions and updates.
Continue reading Software Collections 2.0 now in BETA – new and shiny
DevAssistant is a new project that aims to make developers’ lives easier by automating repetitive and time-consuming tasks. It uses assistants—Yaml “recipe files”—that contain information on how to create new projects, modify existing projects, and how to set up environments for developing upstream projects.
Continue reading “DevNation 2014 recorded session: Slavek Kabrda – DevAssistant: What's in it for You?”
WARNING: Shameless plug! If you do nothing else today, you should go to these two Red Hat Summit tracks. Not only are the guys speaking the smartest dudes in the room, closet super heroes and have all held world records for Olympic speed walking, they work in the same department as me and can give you a look into how Red Hat IT is using Red Hat products.
Meeting the challenge with PaaS: OpenShift in the enterprise – 10:40 with Tom Benninger, Andrew Butcher, and Anderson Silva — Track Details
Red Hat JBoss Middleware in the trenches – 3:40 with Tim Bielawa and Andrew Block* — Track Details *Andrew is in consulting at Red Hat, but since he presenting with my teammate Tim, he gets a shameless plug too. 😀
Now… let’s talk about what I did all day yesterday.
Continue reading “Tech Fun Day at DevNation – a review of Tuesday”