Bootstrap 4 is released

The Bootstrap team has announced that after years of development Bootstrap 4 is finally here. Bootstrap is an open source toolkit for developing HTML, CSS and JavaScript applications.  The latest release makes some key improvements over the previous versions. “Since our last beta, we’ve been hard at work stabilizing a few key pieces of our …

Report shows broken IT processes are causing employees to leave their jobs

A third of employees are currently looking for new jobs and over 86 percent claim that the broken IT processes are the driving factor in their decision to leave their position, according to a new study funded by workflow solution provider Nintex. The Definitive Guide to America’s Most Broken Process was conducted by Lucid Research …

SD Times news digest: Oculus Start, The Future Computed, and JoyToken’s new API protocol

Oculus has launched a new developer program called Oculus Start. The program is designed to provide access, support and savings to qualifying virtual reality developers. According to Oculus, the program will offload some of the development costs for developers so their main focus can be creating VR applications.  “We know there is no shortage of inspired …

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Luna

A newly released open source project wants to transform how data is gathered, understood and manipulated. Luna is visual and textual functional programming language created by Wojciech Danilo and Marcin Kostrzewa. “Luna is a general purpose, purely functional programming language incorporating many recent innovations in programming language design, such as higher-order functions, non-strict semantics, algebraic data …

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DefinedCrowd releases version 1.0 of its smart AI data platform

Intelligent data platform for AI provider DefinedCrowd is stating the new year off with the 1.0 version of its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform. The platform allows data scientists to collect, enrich, and structure data for artificial intelligence (AI), and is now publicly available. “Artificial Intelligence needs data to be properly trained. A lot of data. Currently, …

F5 Networks: Multi-cloud environments are causing multiple security headaches

Multi-cloud environments are speeding up organizations app driven digital transformation initiatives, but they come with a price. F5 Networks released its 2018 State of Application Delivery report, which revealed while nine in ten respondents are leveraging multi-cloud environments, they worry about managing operations and security. “A major transformation is underway in 2018 in both IT …

Kuzzle launches Internet of Things backend solution

Backend platform provider Kuzzle wants to boost IoT app development with the release of its new solution: Kuzzle Backend. The company recently unveiled the solution at the Consumer Electronics Show last week. The backend solution focuses on IoT development, and is designed to reduce the time it takes to build IoT apps by 40 percent, …

SD Times news digest: Android’s highest security reward, Perl’s CPAN Butterfly Plan and CircleCI’s funding round

In June of last year, the Android security team “increased the top payouts for the Android Security Rewards program.” In August, Guang Gong of Alpha Team submitted the first remote exploits chain since the increase. He was awarded $105,000, which is the highest reward in the program’s history. He received an additional $7500 by the …

MicroStrategy puts organizations on the Intelligent Enterprise path

MicroStrategy unveiled the Intelligent Enterprise map at its annual user conference taking place in Las Vegas this week. The map is designed to put organizations on the path of a successful data-driven future. It provides a playbook of technology combined with techniques organizations can take advantage of when planning their analytics initiatives. “Organizations large and …

Why your app’s database stinks— and your ORM too

At the dawn of the millennium, somewhere in the depths of a company contracted by the United States Navy, D. Richard Hipp designed SQLite so that you could finally stick a database inside an application. Its original purpose was to power guided missile destroyers, which surely could have used a fast, lightweight database that ran …

SD Times news digest: Kotlin 1.2.20, Google’s Cloud AutoML, and AWS Auto Scaling

JetBrains has announced the latest update of its programming language, Kotlin 1.2.20. This release is a bugfix and tooling update for Kotlin 1.2. Features include addition of support for Gradle build cache, improved incremental compilation for Android and mixed Kotlin/Java project, IDE support for the new Kotlin style guide, inlay hints in the editor for …

Scrum.org reveals new updates to the Nexus Guide

Scrum.org is announcing new updates to the Nexus Guide, the body of knowledge for using its Nexus framework to scale Scrum. The new updates focus on adding clarification as well as asserting the importance of transparency at scale. Scrum.org is designed to improve the profession of software delivery through training, certification assessments and community as …

CSCC: 10 steps to ensure security for cloud computing success

The Cloud Standards Customer Council (CSCS) announced version 3 of its Security for Cloud Computing: 10 Steps to Ensure Success. The 10 steps are meant to be a reference guide for organizations to better analyze the security effects of cloud computing on the organization as a whole. According to the CSCS, cloud security risks include …

Microsoft remains committed to Git

Microsoft made a lot of contributions to Git in 2017. Now that the year is over, the company is taking time to reflect on some of those contributions. Early last year, the company announced the Git Virtual File System (GVFS), an open source system designed to operate Git at enterprise-scale. It was a part of …

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