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01.29.2013
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Pick a Name for the 2014 Eclipse Release
The Eclipse foundation will once again go to its developer community for the decision on naming next year's Eclipse release.  We're on the letter L, so the choices all start with that letter.  Not to influence the vote, but I think "Luna" is the only one that sounds decent.

Another Look at US Immigration Reform
With the announcement that several US senators are going to propose an increase in the H-1B visa cap, this blogger from Sequoia Capital gives us another recap of the problems underlying US immigration, and how it's hurting silicon valley and other industries.

Ouya, the Android Gaming Console, Reviewed
We don't get a lot of chances to talk about gaming here, but I think Ouya, along with the upcoming Valve console are going to be huge disruptions to the gaming industry.  And the fact that Ouya is running Android means that Java developers might want to keep an eye on this one.

The Future is Now

Recess: CSS Linter and Less Compiler, All in One. 
Check out this CSS Hinter on Github.  It's from Twitter, so you know it's legit.

NEWS


Rails Vulnerability Patched Today 
All Rails users on the 3.x or 2.3.x line need to update today.  Two patches were released due to a vulnerability in the JSON parser.

Ubuntu Phone Will Have a Terminal
One of the advantages of the Ubuntu Phone OS.

Scratch 2.0 Beta - Programming for Kids 
The next version of MIT's programming language for kids, Scratch 2.0, is now in beta.  It's amazing to see how many programming languages and frameworks there are for children these days.

Scratch 2.0 from ScratchEd on Vimeo.

HUMOR

A Dramatic Reading Of The RoR Creator's Famous Blog Post
I think he may be to on to something here...