Summer may be here but the tech sector continues to churn out the news, and several stories hit the headlines on V3 last week.
Top story of the week was Linus Torvalds' epic rant over the use of comments in the Linux developing community, in which he called for some semblance of common sense to ensure that people can keep track of changes being made.
Meanwhile, V3 was in the headlines with the announcement that the V3 Technology Awards 2016 are now open for entries, with a closing date of 19 August.
Entry is free and easy, so make sure you get your product or projects in for consideration before the deadline.
Finally, we put the Cat S60 rugged handset through its paces to see how the specialist device stacks up and whether those working in tough environments may want to consider the device over a more precious iPhone or Samsung handset.
Linus Torvalds goes on epic rant over Linux devs' comment syntax
Not happy with current situation
V3 Technology Awards 2016 open for entries
Awards take place on 25 November
Sainsbury's' DevOps 'revolution' cuts upfront capital costs and lead times for new services
Benefits to be had, but they take planning
Cat S60 review
Just how tough is this rugged handset?
HPE looking to sell software assets, according to reports
More streamlining even after split
NHS England announces top-level shake-up, including CIO appointment
All change in top roles
Rolls-Royce to use Microsoft IoT and analytics tools for jet engine predictive maintenance
Another example of IoT in use at major organisation
Leaked chats show Microsoft staff celebrating departure of Kevin Turner
Staff not sorry to see executive leave
Amazon previews Python microframework for 'serverless' applications on AWS
Aims to meet evolving need of customers
Satana 'ransomware from hell' prevents Windows PCs starting up
Another threat to your machine
Insecticides based on sulfoxaflor might be as bad for bees as neonicotinoids
Intel teases forthcoming new graphics card accompanied by the text "We will set our graphics free"
Think your password manager is completely secure? Think again...
ARM plans 7nm 'Deimos' for 2019 and 5nm and 7nm 'Hercules' for 2020