premium SD Times December 2019

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The December issue features waving the flag for feature experimentation, a legacy app modernization buyers guide, and a look back at 2019. Read on to learn more… … continue reading

JetBrains introduces new developer collaboration tool

JetBrains has announced the launch of Space, an integrated team environment for creative teams. The announcement comes from the company’s KotlinConf for the Kotlin programming language happening in Copenhagen this week. “In Space, the concept of a team is a first-class citizen. When you join a team, you are automatically included in everything related to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MemSQL 7.0 announced, New Relic updates Cloud Adoption Solution for AWS, and Mozilla releases DeepSpeech 0.6

MemSQL 7.0 was announced with an added ‘SingleStore’ enhanced system of record and time-series features to its operational data platform.  “By bringing rowstore and columnstore tables together in a single database, SingleStore eliminates ETL and allows SQL queries to combine data from both types of tables,” MemSQL wrote in a post that described the latest … continue reading

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

4 key practices for securing mobile APIs

As mobile APIs become more full-featured and rich, they become more dependent on data, key stores and connectivity profiles that can result in new vectors of attack. This drives the need for better security and best practices to patch up those vulnerabilities.  Gartner expects that API abuse will be the number one attack vector for … continue reading

Google’s Larry Page and Sergey Brin step back from Alphabet

Google’s co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from their positions at its parent company Alphabet, which was founded in 2015. Until recently, Page has been serving as Alphabet’s CEO while Brin was the president. Google’s current CEO Sundar Pichai will be taking over as Alphabet’s CEO.  “With Alphabet now well-established, and Google … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parasoft C/C++ test, TigerGraph Cloud, and CloudBees CI/CD powered by Jenkins X

Parasoft announced the release of Parasoft C/C++ test 10.4.3, a unified C and C++ development testing solution for enterprise and embedded applications.  “To implement a compliance process, organizations have been trying to settle on a custom subset of AUTOSAR C++ guidelines which are selected based on their specific organization and projects. For this process to … continue reading

No-code mobile app development: Do more with less

Developers are tired of switching their focus back and forth between projects, and business folks are tired of waiting for developers to get their projects — but it doesn’t have to be this way. The rise of mobile development is enabling more work to get done on the fly, and the explosion of no-code development … continue reading

Report: Manual testing practices continue to impede mainframe modernization

Test automation is a key to today’s business success, but businesses are failing to apply it everywhere. A recent report revealed only 75% of organizations don’t have test automation in place at every stage of development, and only 7% of organizations automate test on the mainframe.  In addition, 82% of respondents don’t believe they will … continue reading

What does Value Stream Management have to do with Agile? Absolutely nothing

The concept of value streams grew out of manufacturing, where work and processes were analyzed, and waste removed, to increase value to the organization and its customers. In the software development space, we’ve seen it grow out of the Agile and DevOps methodologies. As the pace of software ‘manufacturing’ quickened, and more parts of the organization … continue reading

GrapeCity introduces BI platform Wyn Enterprise

GrapeCity is introducing a progression of its ActiveReport Server, Wyn Enterprise. This new solution is an enterprise business intelligence software platform that features collaborative self-service reporting and analytics.  RELATED CONTENT: Organizations are struggling to perform business analytics on growing data volumes The BI platform features three portals that focus on different enterprise user groups: Document: … 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

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