Node.js Security Project to become one of the largest community projects focused on detecting and fixing vulnerabilities for the fast-growing platform
Updates focus on ARM server enhancements, security hardening and quality code
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The Node.js Foundation is set to oversee the Node.js Security Project in an effort to consolidate and improve security for the popular open-source application programming framework.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Linux, we've released our seventh edition of the Linux Kernel Development report. It analyzes the work done by over 13,500 developers since the kernel’s early days, as well as more recent trends.
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