SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Open Enclave SDK

As part of the Confidential Computing Consortium launch, Microsoft is contributing its Open Enclave SDK to help “develop a broader industry collaboration and ensure a truly open development approach,” the company  wrote in a post.  The open-source project is targeted at a single unified enclaving abstraction for developers to build Trusted Execution Environment (TEEs) based … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Twilio CLI

In an effort to help its developers be more productive, Twilio has announced the beta version of Twilio CLI. It is an open-source command line interface that enables developers to access Twilio through their command prompt. “It’s hard to beat the flexibility and power that a CLI provides at development time. Until now, there was … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AI Explainability 360

IBM is releasing a new open-source project designed to help users understand how machine learning models make predictions as well as advance the responsibility and trustworthiness of AI. IBM’s AI Explainability 360 project is an open-source toolkit of algorithms that support the interoperability and explainability of machine learning models. According to the company, machine learning … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: T1

The web is enabling all types of systems and solutions to connect to the Internet, but the tools available today do not cover the entire ecosystem. According to Thomas Pornin, author of the BearSSL library and security consultant at NCC Group, embedded systems are becoming a challenge because most programming languages are geared towards web … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: YugaByte DB

This week’s SD Times Open Source Project of the Week is the newly open-sourced YugaByte DB, which allows users to better collaborate on the distributed SQL database.  The move to the open-source core project distributed under the Apache 2.0 license makes previously closed-sourced features such as distributed backups, data encryption and read replicas more accessible, … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Qinling

This week’s SD Times Open Source Project of the Week — OpenStack’s Qinling — allows users to run code without provisioning or managing servers and only pay for the compute time they consume. The release is still under development and the current supported release is Stein.  According to the makers of Qinling, the project was … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: TensorWatch

Due to the rise of deep learning and therefore its complexity, Microsoft  is open-sourcing TensorWatch, its AI debugging and visualization tool that it calls the “Swiss Army knife of debugging tools.”  The tool works in Jupyter Notebook, which forfeits the need of using a separate script, according to the company. It shows real-time visualization of … continue reading

SD Times Blog: We have DevOps, and DevSecOps… Why not DevTestOps?

DevOps had become a thing by then, and I asked Tom Lounibos, then the CEO of SOASTA, what he thought of the term DevTestOps.  “DevTestOps. DTO. I kind of like the speed element to it,” he said. “It sounds like a Camaro in the ‘70s.” RELATED CONTENT: Testing all the time How does your solution … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Sorbet

Stripe is open sourcing its Ruby type checker in the hopes to help and collaborate with the Ruby community. Sorbet is designed to type check moral method definitions as well as introduce backwards-compatible syntax.  In addition, the type checker is multithreaded to scale across cores, IDE-ready, interactive, and enables Ruby developers to keep their existing … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Facebook’s business model: Radicalization

It’s oh-so-trendy to beat up on Facebook, but there is good reason. The platform collects an enormous amount of data on each of its users, but does not let you control what it collects; nor does it give you any visibility into how it is being used. Your choices are to be on the platform … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Facebook tips the scale with Libra

Last week Facebook revealed it was entering into the cryptocurrency space with the announcement of its global concurrency Libra. The word Libra is most commonly associated with the zodiac sign meaning balance and harmony. It is interesting Facebook chose this name because of all the different intricacies involved such as blockchain and privacy. Technology often … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Stencil

Since Stencil One’s release just last week, developers can use the compiler to generate standards-compliant Web Components, while also delivering concepts from popular frameworks into a build-time tool. According to Ionic, the creator of Stencil, stencil takes features such as async rendering, reactive data-binding, Typescript and JSX and generates web components with all the features … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Orbs

Hybrid blockchain developer Orbs wants to continue the open-source movement by enabling the ability to open data, share source code on a server, and share a running instance of that server. Orbs is a hybrid blockchain stack designed to help businesses create apps on decentralized networks that run on their own virtual blockchain. According to … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Creating a safer Internet

We are living in a world where we are more connected than ever, but that connectivity can leave us vulnerable to attack. We communicate online, we shop online and we trust that our personal and private information will be safe online. However, history has shown that isn’t always the case with even the most prominent … continue reading

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