This Week in Open Source News: AGL Releases Unified Code Base 2.0, Enterprise Software Uses Flawed Code, & More
The Linux Foundation | 15 July 2016
1) The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux project announces release of Unified Code Base 2.0.
Open-Source Linux a Step Closer to Automotive Use– CNet
2) Though the use of 3rd-party code in enterprise software projects grows, the code still often has open flaws.
Enterprise Software Developers Continue to Use Flawed Code in Apps– ComputerWorld
3) Anyone using a Chromebook/Chrome on Linux can visit web.skype.com to make one-to-one and group voice calls.
Linux Users Can Now Make Skype Calls From the Web in Chrome– TechCrunch
4) AT&T to release virtualisation automation software, amounting to over eight million lines of code.
AT&T’s ECOMP Code to Land Soon at Linux Foundation– The Register
5) New IBM innovation center to deliver tech pilots based on blockchain for finance and trade.
IBM to Open Blockchain Innovation Centre in Singapore– ZDNet
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