Ngnix gets a new major release while TechEmpower continues their epic web framework performance benchmarks. Plus, Google's mobile web performance checklist and a tool for rapid drag-and-drop prototyping with twitter bootstrap.
More about asm.js from John Resig and also some amazing benchmarks for comparing a ton of different web frameworks. Plus Rackspace is suing patent trolls and a blogger explores what is really necessary in a programming language.
Ice provides a communication solution that is simple to understand and easy to program with. Yet, despite its simplicity, Ice is flexible enough to accommodate even the most demanding and mission-critical applications.
Java/.NET interoperability tool provider, JNBridge just released the next major version of their software. The main new feature is Mono support (the open source clone of the .NET framework). The big advantage of this is the ability to migrate anything .NET (like an ASP.NET application) to run on a Linux machine.
Prepare for a deep, and critical performance review of Chrome along with some highly helpful principles for keeping your software simple. Plus, a huge Azure outage, another Linus Torvalds freakout, and a workplace with no bosses.