React and Vue.js are catching up to Angular

React and Vue.js often get grouped together with Angular because all three are used in UI development. Vue.js is another framework for UI development, based on JavaScript, and React is a JavaScript library.  Prem Khatri, vice president of operations at software provider Chetu, added that React and Vue are more suited towards lightweight applications due … continue reading

Angular powers business apps in the enterprise

In today’s highly competitive digital world, designing great customer experiences is crucial. If your application or site isn’t pleasant to use, customers will use someone else’s. There are plenty of frameworks and libraries that can help developers design web applications with good UX/CX, one of which is Angular. Prem Khatri, vice president of operations at … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: CodeGuru, SageMaker Studio, and Managed Apache Cassandra

Amazon continues to announce new products and features at its annual AWS re:Invent conference. Here are a few things you might have missed: Amazon CodeGuru now available Amazon launched CodeGuru, which provides code reviews and application performance recommendations. The solution helps finds computationally expensive pieces of code and provides recommendations on how to fix or … continue reading

“Publish to GitHub from Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2019 16.4

.NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 now available

Microsoft has announced the release of both .NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 this week.  .NET Core 3.1 includes fixes for .NET Core 3.0, which was released about two months ago. This release is a long-term supported (LTS) release, meaning that it will be supported for three years. According to Microsoft, waiting two … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: Quantum computing, end-of-support migration program for Windows Server, and Amazon SageMaker Operators for Kubernetes

AWS’s annual re:Invent conference kicked off earlier this week in Las Vegas. The yearly event provides the cloud computing community with opportunities for learning through keynotes, training and certification opportunities, and technical sessions. Here are a few of the announcements Amazon has made at the event so far:  Amazon goes in on quantum computing Quantum … continue reading

New Amazon Aurora integrations make machine learning more accessible to developers

AWS is trying to make it easier for developers to leverage machine learning with new integrations with Amazon Aurora. According to AWS, in order to use machine learning on data in a relational database, you would need to create a custom application that would read the data from the database, then apply the machine learning … continue reading

Microsoft provides tips on developing for dual-screen devices

Last month, Microsoft revealed that they were entering the foldable device market, with two new Surface dual-screen devices: Neo and Duo. Surface Neo includes two 9” screens that unfold into a 13” display, while Surface Duo has two 5.6” screens that unfold into an 8.3” display. As part of this announcement, the company also revealed … continue reading

WhiteSource acquires automated dependency update solution Renovate

Open-source security specialist WhiteSource has announced that it is acquiring Renovate. According to WhiteSource, Renovate is an open-source dependency update solution. “Renovate was developed because running user-facing applications with outdated dependencies is not a serious option for software projects today,” said Rhys Arkins, founder of Renovate. “It increases the likelihood of unfixed bugs and increases … continue reading

Multi-model databases are the answer to breaking down data silos

There has been a lot of emphasis over the last few years about breaking down silos. This includes siloed departments, people, and even applications within a business. But one area that has historically been very siloed is data. Databases take in data with a specific schema, but with all of the interconnectedness that is required … continue reading

Altibase Hybrid Partitioned Table

SD Times news digest: Altibase creates hybrid partitioned table, Workato raises $70 million, and Five9 introduces App Marketplace

Altibase has announced that it has created a new hybrid partitioned table. This will help data scientists more effectively and efficiently sort data and store it in corresponding storage locations. This enhances performance when a table needs to process large sets of data. According to Altibase, hot data (frequently used) and cold data (not frequently … continue reading

London Underground platform that says mind the gap

Report: Cybersecurity workforce needs to grow 145% to fill skills gap

There is currently a skills gap in cybersecurity, and companies need to go a long way to fill that gap. According to a new study from (ISC)2, the cybersecurity workforce will need to grow 145% in order to close that gap. The 2019 (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study estimates that the cybersecurity workforce is currently made … continue reading

Microsoft launches Project Cortex to help organizations make sense of their data

Earlier this week at Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft announced the first new service in Microsoft 365 since they released Microsoft Teams in 2017. Project Cortex is a solution that will allow business users to gain valuable insights with their data, in ways they previously couldn’t. Over the years Microsoft has created a number of different ways … continue reading

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