“We are seeking the best of the best product software engineers from around the world to come to Atlanta,” Krishna Mikkilineni, Honeywell senior vice president of engineering, operations and IT said in the release. “At Honeywell, product software engineers have the opportunity to develop some of the world’s most sophisticated software- and digital-based products and solutions that play a major role in the IoT, helping airplanes, automobiles, buildings, homes, industrial plants, warehouses, and workers stay connected, safe, productive and secure.”
Ekos Brewmaster is the industry leader in providing management software to independent craft breweries. We are a fast growing company helping over 750 craft beverage producers manage their day to day operations. We make it easy for customers to organize, manage, and integrate information from every area of their operation into one easily accessible location. Ekos Brewmaster integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks, which gives customers the ability to monitor everything from sales and inventory to raw ingredients and equipment history with a few clicks of a mouse or swipes of a mobile device.
Privacy rights advocates are speaking out against a Boston Police Department plan to spend $1.4 million on software that will help officers scan social media websites.
A Google drone lowered a box of dog treats and chocolate bars to a rancher in the Australian outback in August 2014, the payoff from two years’ work to show that a drone could make deliveries.
Google then scrapped the drone and started over.
Fitbit Inc., the fitness band maker, is close to buying software assets from struggling smartwatch startup Pebble Technology Corp. in a bid to better compete with Apple Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.
The deal is mainly about hiring the startup’s software engineers and testers, and getting intellectual property such as the Pebble watch’s operating system, watch apps, and cloud services, the people said. They asked not to be identified speaking about an unannounced transaction.
A new Google program aimed at continuously fuzzing open source software has already detected over 150 bugs.
The program, OSS-Fuzz, currently in beta mode, is designed to help unearth programming errors in open source software via fuzz testing. Fuzz testing, or fuzzing is when bits of randomly generated code is inputted into programs as a means to discover code and security flaws.
“I would wholly expect that [iOS developers] would be complaining constantly,” Sanders said, adding that each new rollout of the operating system has been bumpier for developers than the previous one.