SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: COVID notebooks

IBM wants to help developers and data scientists answer important COVID-19 questions. The company’s Center for Open-Source and AI Technologies (CODAIT) has announced COVID notebooks, a toolkit that enables users to make actionable plans based on the data.  “A near-constant flow of data from research studies, news outlets, social media, and health organizations make the … continue reading

Editor’s Blog: Value streams help developers create applications that matter

The effectiveness of software development teams has traditionally been measured by their output — how many lines of code did they write today? How many times was code deployed to production. In short, the measure was speed. The idea that they can move code has always been important. But today, organizations are starting to ask … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: NeoML

This week’s highlighted open-source project is NeoML, a library for building, training, and deploying machine learning models. According to ABBYY, the company that created NeoML, the project is best suited for applications running in cloud environments, on desktop, and on mobile devices. Developers can use the library for object identification, classification, semantic segmentation, verification, and … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Bloodhound

This week’s selected open-source project is Bloodhound, a new API debugging gateway created by API Fortress.  Bloodhound provides comprehensive analyses that can find solutions to difficult bugs. According to API Fortress, Bloodhound enables QA teams to ensure that microservices and database-connected APIs are behaving the right way.  QA and data analysts can use it to … continue reading

Editor’s Blog: VSM reaches down to development teams

The notion of creating value streams to improve organizational efficiency and deliver higher-quality products certainly is resonating at the C-level and mid-management in large enterprises. Yet, uptake among development teams charged with creating those products has been slower to happen. There are a couple of reasons for this. One is that value stream management (VSM) … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: spark-inequality-impact

LinkedIn is sharing its “Project Every Member” initiative with the open sourcing of spark-inequality-impact, an Apache Spark library that can be used by other organizations in any domain where measuring and reducing inequality, or avoiding unintended inequality consequences may be desirable.   “This work is furthering our commitment to closing the network gap and making sure … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Deno

Deno is a simple, modern and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that uses V8 and is built in Rust. Version 1.0 was released this week.  It is secure by default, supports TypeScript out of the box, ships only a single executable file, and has built-in utilities like a dependency inspector (deno info) and a … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Anvil App Server

Anvil has open-sourced its App Server that allows developers to build apps using just Python. Traditionally, developing and deploying web applications doesn’t require a developer to know just one language. An app can be built using multiple languages and frameworks, and this can shut out many beginner developers and slow down development. Anvil’s platform aims … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Grid Studio

Grid studio is a web-based spreadsheet application with full integration of the Python programming language that was built to provide an integrated workflow for loading, cleaning, manipulating, and visualizing data. According to the team, the data science platform’s functionality is achieved through a spreadsheet backend written in Go with integration of the Python runtime to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: k6

K6 is an open-source load testing tool designed as a modern alternative to JMeter. In addition, the team explained k6 now serves as an alternative to Azure’s load testing and Visual Studio load test, which were just closed down at the end of March. “Built primarily for load testing, k6 tests can with advantage be … continue reading

SD Times Blog: What is our future?

A recent Zoom meeting saw Catchpoint founder and CEO Mehdi Daoudi sitting in the garage of his Los Angeles home, far from his New York City offices, explaining to me that’s where he and his early team built their first server on the way to building out a very successful monitoring enterprise. He was in … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Coyote

Microsoft has announced the release of Coyote, an open-source .NET framework that guides developers toward designing, implementing, and testing code in a way that embraces non-determinism and asynchrony and to help them create asynchronous systems.  The testing tool controls every source of non-determinism defined, including the exact order of every asynchronous operation, which allows it … continue reading

premium What swarm robotics has taught me about leading a team working on swarm robotics

As a roboticist and engineer, one of the growing areas I’m most excited about is the advancement of swarm robotics. I love the idea of taking inspiration from biological systems to enhance what autonomous robots can achieve collectively, and re-contextualizing social animal behaviors like flocking, foraging, and transport to create new possibilities for humanity. From … continue reading

premium The cloud security triptych

I’ve previously written about the “Three T’s” of shifting security left: training, tools, and teamwork. In this blog, we’re going to delve down a level and look at some of the tools needed to shift left, what they do, and where in the software lifecycle they belong. The lifecycle question is important to think about … continue reading

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