In case you missed some, we’ve got a run down of some of the crazy stuff from last week! The Europeans landed on a comet, Microsoft is open sourcing .NET, and there’s a new variety of Firefox just for developers. Oh and we found an awesome list of UI kits!
One Land For Robots, One Giant Leap For Mankind
For the first time in history a lander, called Philae, successfully landed on the surface of P67, a 2.5-mile-wide comet, on Wednesday (November 12) at approximately 11:00 A.M. EST. For more details on this historic landing keep reading >
.NET Core Is Now Open Sourced on GitHub
.NET has announced that .NET Core stack will be open sourced on GitHub, which includes the runtime and framework libraries. To learn the reasoning behind this decision and what it will entail keep reading >
.Introducing the New Firefox Developer Edition
Firefox recently turned 10 this week and as a birthday present to the world, Mozilla has launched the Firefox Developer Edition. A new version of Firefox, the developer edition is of course designed for developers and places all the browser’s developer tools in front instead of previously being available only as add-ons. To check out the tools available in this edition keep reading >