This week's developerWorks newsletter: How's that again? Plus Ceylon, Dojo Mobile, and MongoDB
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... and apologies, Endicott! If you've never heard of this scenic and storied village in upstate New York -- well, you can blame me. Last week, I stated confidently that IBM was founded in New York City.
IBM was, in fact, incorporated a century ago as Comp
So, rather than prolong the history lesson (and risk making any more errors), I'll cut to the content -- starting with this week's feature on Ceylon, the VM language now being developed by Red Hat. Author M. Tim Jones investigates this unique new language, which is geared toward business-oriented software development. Can it hold its own in a world where C/C++ and the Java language rule the roost? Give it a read, and be sure to scan our other top features listed below; you're sure to find something of interest.
Much like you would at Endicott's picturesque En-Joie Golf Course, which this weekend hosts the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and a Maroon 5 concert. What's not to love? (And yes, I double-checked my facts.)
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
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