SD Times news digest: Algorithmia’s enterprise AI layer, TIBCO acquires Alpine Data and Split’s feature experimentation platform

Algorithmia has announced the release of the Algorithmia AI Layer, a solution meant to automate and speed up the process of deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning models. Algorithmia AI Layer is available in as a serverless or enterprise solution. The Serverless AI Layer allows a user to add AI/ML models and use Algorithmia’s API … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: spaCy

The natural language processing Python library spaCy was recently updated to version 2.0. SpaCy is an open-source project that was created based on recent language processing research. The author’s intent is for it to ultimately be used in real products and solutions. Version 2.0 adds several new features, including new neural network models, support for … continue reading

Google announces Dialogflow Enterprise Edition for building conversational interfaces

Google has announced a new solution for building voice and text conversational apps for the enterprise. Dialogflow Enterprise Edition is an end-to-end development suite designed to provide natural and rich interactions between users and businesses. Dialogflow was previously known as Google’s API.AI. The beta release of the enterprise edition provides all the benefits of Dialogflow … continue reading

Report: Java developers are most excited to work with Kotlin

RebelLabs wants to get inside the mind of a programmer with its 2017 Developer Productivity Report. The report focuses on why developers use certain tools over others and how satisfied they are in their selection of those tools, architecture, and other aspects of development. The report is based off of more than 2,000 from Java developers … continue reading

CA Technologies focuses on the Modern Software Factory at CA World

CA Technologies is bringing agile practices, intelligent automation, experience insights and end-to-end security to customers in its latest release. The company has announced the addition of more than 20 new products and enhancements to its Modern Software Factory portfolio at CA World 2017. “The Modern Software Factory frames how organizations transform themselves by leveraging agile, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7, C# 7.2, and Kotlin/Native v0.4

Red Hat has announced Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. The latest release of this Kubernetes container application platform will enable IT organizations to build and manage cloud applications utilizing on-premise resources and integration with AWS. Features include: OpenShift Service Catalog, OpenShift Template Broker, OpenShift Ansible Broker, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, and Red Hat … continue reading

GitHub open sources new text editor for code collaboration

GitHub wants to make coding together as easy as it is to code alone. The company announced a new text editor for Atom, Teletype. Atom is the company’s hackable text editor. Teletype enables developers to collaborate in real time within Atom. “Writing code with another programmer is a great way to absorb knowledge, challenge yourself … continue reading

Axway announces enhancements to its AMPLIFY platform

Axway wants to transform customer experience with the latest release of its AMPLIFY platform. The update includes more than 40 improvements to areas such as API management, file transfer, application development, and analytics. New API Builder Orchestration capabilities aim to simplify the building and planning of API integration and connectivity. This allows organizations to better … continue reading

Microsoft announces Azure Databricks, Visual Studio App Center and Azure DevOps projects at Microsoft Connect

Microsoft is unleashing new tools to help developers increase productivity and simplify app development. The company announced Azure DataBricks, the Visual Studio App Center, Visual Studio Live Share, Azure DevOps projects, Azure IoT Edge and Visual Studio Tools for AI at its Microsoft Connect(): 2017 conference. “With today’s intelligent cloud, emerging technologies like AI have … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CircleCI 2.0 for iOS developers, Google Cloud Spanner updates, and Progress OpenEdge PdM integration kit

CircleCI announced that it is now available for building applications on iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Teams can now access workflows to customize app delivery pipelines; build for Apple, Android, and Linux using just one configuration file, and have control over their Xcode versions, according to the company.  “CircleCI 2.0 is built for teams looking … continue reading

Google previews TensorFlow Lite

Google is giving developers a way to add machine learning models to their mobile and embedded devices. The company announced the developer preview of TensorFlow Lite. The new solution is a lightweight version of TensorFlow, the open-source software library for machine intelligence. “TensorFlow has always run on many platforms, from racks of servers to tiny … continue reading

Micro Focus releases StormRunner Functional

Micro Focus has announced Micro Focus StormRunner Functional, a new tool that allows application testing to be done on almost any browser, operating system, or device. According to the company, StormRunner Functional will enable intelligent and continuous delivery cycles. “Creating high-quality, high-performing applications – at breakneck speeds – leaves very little time to validate quality … continue reading

Bugcrowd: Young cybersecurity professionals are turning to bug hunting

Hackers are getting an earlier start when it comes to bug hunting careers, according to a new report. Bugcrowd has released its second annual report, Inside the Mind of a Hacker 2.0, which details the demographics and motivations of the bug hunting community. The report found that bug bounty programs are up more than 77 percent … continue reading

Microsoft uses machine learning to combat security vulnerabilities

Microsoft is applying machine learning and deep neural networks to its software security approach. The company announced a new research project, neural fuzzing, designed to augment traditional fuzzing techniques, discover vulnerabilities, and learn from past software experiences. The research is based on Microsoft’s Security Risk Detection tool that incorporates artificial intelligence to find and detect … continue reading

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