Visual Studio Code November 2018 release now available

Microsoft has released the November 2018 release of Visual Studio Code. The company has made several improvements, mostly to the area of the workbench, languages, debugging, tasks, and extension authoring. It added support for multiline search, which will enable developers to search multiline text without needing to create a regular expression to do so, according … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Salesforce’s Lightning Web Components, EdgeX Foundry Delhi update, and MariaDB’s new Node.js connector

Salesforce has announced Lightning Web Components, which is a programming model for the Lightning Platform. According to Salesforce, the model will give developers reusable building blocks for creating Lightning apps and experiences. “We are constantly working and looking for ways to help our customers build faster, innovate and deliver new products to their customers and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: WhiteSource Bolt, Visual Studio IntelliCode’s new languages, and Qlik’s AI capabilities

WhiteSource has made its developer tool, WhiteSource Bolt, free for GitHub and Microsoft Azure DevOps users. The tool makes it easier for developers to securely work with open-source components in their environments. “We are excited to strengthen and expand our offering for developers,” said Rami Sass, CEO of WhiteSource. “WhiteSource Bolt was designed to make … continue reading

A guide to APM tools

Instana: As the leading provider of Automatic Application Monitoring solutions for microservices, Instana leverages automation and artificial intelligence to deliver the visibility and actionable information DevOps teams need to manage dynamic applications. Instana enables application delivery teams to accelerate their CI/CD cycle and deliver high performance business services with confidence. LightStep’s mission is to deliver … continue reading

How these companies can help you monitor your applications

Pete Abrams, chief operating officer of Instana As companies continue to adopt a DevOps culture and embrace Agile methodologies, it has become painfully obvious that traditional monitoring can no longer keep pace with the complexity and scale of dynamic application environments run by modern enterprises. Software-defined businesses require solutions to protect them from outages and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NVIDIA’s new AI research, Android’s SDK initiative, and Thundra Layers for AWS Lambda

NVIDIA has announced new AI research that will allow for 3D environments to be rendered by using a model trained on real videos. This will open up many opportunities in gaming, automotive, architecture, robotics, and virtual reality, the company explained. “NVIDIA has been inventing new ways to generate interactive graphics for 25 years, and this … continue reading

APM needs to change to keep up with continuous development practices

In an industry where every company is competing to be the best, if your application is giving users problems, they might not hesitate to ditch you and go to your competitors who do have a well-performing app. Companies that cannot provide their customers and users with satisfying experiences will lose out on business. This is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mozilla’s Firefox Reality 1.1, Code Dx Enterprise 3.5, and Linx AWS plugins

Mozilla has released a new update to its mixed reality browser, Firefox Reality. Firefox Reality 1.1 features support for 360 videos, localization to seven new languages, a new dedicated theater viewing mode, and performance improvements. In the future, the Firefox Reality team hopes to add more content sharing and syncing features, multiple windows, and tab … continue reading

Caltech develops a new headset to help blind people navigate their surroundings

Caltech is using mixed reality to improve the lives of blind people. New research combines augmented reality with computer vision algorithms that will allow developers to build software that will enable objects to “talk.” The headset, CARA (Cognitive Augmented Reality Assistant), is designed to translate the visual world into English audio. The researchers believe that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Qualcomm’s AI fund, Google’s Fast Pair update, and Delphix Dynamic Data Platform

Qualcomm has announced a new AI Fund to invest in startups utilizing artificial intelligence. The company is committing up to $100 million to the fund. According to Qualcomm, the fund will be focused on “startups that share the vision of on-device AI becoming more powerful and widespread, with an emphasis on those developing new technology … continue reading

Amazon announces new machine learning services and analytic solutions at AWS re:Invent

Amazon is tackling everything from analytics to machine learning and time series forecasting at its AWS re:Invent 2018 conference this week. The company made a number of new announcements to help developers to get started with non-virtual environments, artificial intelligence, and gain deeper insights. Amazon Firecracker allows for microVMs to be launched in non-virtual environments … continue reading

Report: Rust productivity still poses a challenge

While users are quickly being more productive with the Rust programming language, there is still noticeable struggle for others to get up and running. The Rust programming language team released its third annual survey, which found it takes many users a year of less to get the swing of things and maintain productivity in Rust, … continue reading

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