Nitish Singh

Nitish Singh is the founder of TechAltair, learning, development and resource portal with an aim to provide the best of education and development resources for developers and other computer savvy people. Let's talk at Google+ or Facebook.

Facebook launched FB Techwire: Cutting Edge News for Journalists

Facebook has come up with yet another product called FB Techwire, which will host all the major and breaking tech news to users of their own social network in real time. The news went live from their blog, showcasing the need for cutting edge technology news for journalist to keep embraced with all the latest updates …

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Firefox Developer Edition

Firefox Developer Edition: A developers Playground

Firefox made news just a few days back with its announcement of Firefox Developer Edition. And now the beautiful blue fox is remaking history with the release of a browser completely for the developers.  Firefox now-a-days is active in celebrating for users as they introduced their new Polaris Privacy Initiative. They also kept developers in the list …

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Proxygen

Proxygen: Open Source HTTP Framework From Facebook

Facebook on 5th November announced the release of Proxygen, an open-source framework comprising of bundle of C++ HTTP Libraries and an easy-to-deploy HTTP Server. The motive behind the release of Proxygen is to give other developers the chance to build extremely flexible HTTP servers. Proxygen comes with full support for HTTP/1.1, SPDY/3 and SPDY/3.1. Facebook is currently working …

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DARPA PLINY costs around $11 million : an Auto complete program

The world is moving towards automation with more emphasis on machine doing the work for us. To take advantage of the technology and the big data floating around, Rice University recently announced their big data project costing around $11 million called PLINY.  PLINY is said to work just like any other search engine that will autocomplete …

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