SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: CommunityBridge

The Linux Foundation is launching a new platform designed to sustain open-source communities. CommunityBridge was announced at this week’s Open Source Leadership Summit. The Linux Foundation plans to launch a number of tools to the open-source community throughout the next two years. The platform is currently being released with Community Bridge Funding to help developers … continue reading

GSCXScanner aims to reduce iOS accessibility issues

Google is always trying to create new ways to improve accessibility issues with technology. This time, they are lending a hand to app developers by launching a new open-source project called Accessibility Scanner for iOS, otherwise known as GSCXScanner. GSCXScanner aims to help developers located and fix accessibility issues within apps during the development lifecycle. … continue reading

Progress Kinvey brings more advanced low-code capabilities to professional developers

Low-code adoption is beginning to pick up as the demands to deliver software faster starts to weigh on businesses. Progress believes its strategy and approach for high productivity application development will have businesses pick up the pace and remove the complexity traditional offerings pose when trying to develop more advanced applications. As part of its … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Neurala Brain Builder, LEADTOOLS 20, and the Cosmos Network

Neurala has launched a new end-to-end SaaS platform for creating custom vision AI solutions. The Brain Builder platform will provide a single tool for data tagging, training, deployment, and analysis. This will make AI more accessible for developers of all skill levels, Neurala explained. “While investments in AI have increased exponentially in recent years, a … continue reading

Google unveils the next version of Android

The upcoming version of Google’s mobile operating system Android is now available for early adopters and developers. Early adopters can access Beta 1 of Android Q by enrolling any Pixel device and developers will have access through a preview SDK. According to Google, the release continues to focus on security and privacy by including work … continue reading

A NoOps state of mind

The emergence of serverless computing is causing organizations to revisit the notion of NoOps for their development processes. Serverless enables businesses to achieve velocity without having to worry about operations. NoOps is the idea that if organizations can take operations out of the equation entirely, they can focus more on the development side of things. … continue reading

SD times news digest: Sublime Text 3.2, dotData 1.4, and GraphQL Foundation’s collaboration with the Joint Development Foundation

The latest version of the Sublime text editor is now available. Sublime Text 3.2 features Git integration, incremental diffing, new theme functionality and block caret support. According to the team, the release builds off of a lot of work done in Sublime Merge, its latest Git client. Other features include improved performance of file watching, … continue reading

The Continuous Delivery Foundation to serve as new home for open-source CI/CD projects

The Linux Foundation announced at the Open Source Leadership Summit that it is launching a new foundation for the CI/CD space. The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) will be a vendor-neutral home for open-source CI/CD projects and will foster collaboration between developers, end users, and vendors. “We are excited to welcome the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) … continue reading

The OpenJS Foundation officially formed for the JavaScript community

The Linux Foundation today announced the formation of a new JavaScript community: The OpenJS Foundation. The new foundation is a result of the combining of the Node.js Foundation and the JS Foundation. The two foundations announced in October plans to merge their JavaScript communities. The OpenJS Foundation will aim to provide a neutral location for … continue reading

Sir Tim Berners-Lee continues to fight for a better web

The World Wide Web turns 30 this year, but despite how far it has come its inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee still sees huge possibilities for growth. The web has evolved beyond Berners-Lee’s original idea of an information management system to become a library, doctor’s office, shopping place, school, office, cinema, bank and more, giving people … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft’s AI Business School, Altibase’s sharding technology, and Kony Quantum

In an effort to help business leaders answer questions related to their AI journeys, Microsoft has launched its AI Business School. The course was designed with the goal of empowering business leaders to confidently lead in the age of AI. The course includes case studies and guides, lectures, perspectives, and talks that can be viewed … continue reading

Organizations are using AI to speed up test automation

More and more businesses are looking to leverage artificial intelligence to tackle their testing initiatives and speed up development and delivery. Perfecto announced this week an AI-based testing solution for automating the process of writing test scripts. Perfecto Codeless uses machine learning to give teams of all skill levels codeless testing capabilities. According to the … continue reading

7 tools for remote Agile development teams to streamline their projects

Back in the late 1950s when iterative and incremental development methods — two of the underpinnings of Agile development — were first being utilized at IBM’s Service Bureau Corp. in Los Angeles, it would have been inconceivable that development teams could be created one day to work together on the same project from multiple remote … continue reading

NVIDIA announces $6.9 billion acquisition of Mellanox

NVIDIA is expanding its mark in the processing and high performance computing industry with the acquisition of Mellanox. The company is acquiring Mellanox for $125 per share, approximately $6.9 billion total. According to NVIDIA, the acquisition will help tackle the growing data and compute load necessary for AI, scientific computing and data analytics. Together, NVIDIA’s … continue reading

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