Topic: collaboration

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: SubEthaEdit 5

Version 5 of TheCodingMonkeys’ SubEthaEdit text editor is now available. With this release, the project will become free and open-source. Dominik Wagner, former CEO of TheCodingMonkeys, who helped start the project in 2002, wrote in a blog post that while surpassed by other editors, mainly Apple’s own XCode, there are some holdouts that still hold … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Dev.to

This week’s highlighted project comes courtesy of a community of developers who hope that their codebase will be used to foster communities like theirs, focused on education and collaboration among peers of any skill level. Dev.to’s codebase is open-source as of last week week and the community-building platform’s developers think that further community involvement in … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: 7 ways to maximize reach of Sparx Enterprise Architect models

Prolaborate is a software platform that allows you to consolidate all of your business knowledge in one repository and enable seamless engagement and collaboration from the business community. From its origins as a collaboration-boosting add-on to Sparx Enterprise Architect (EA), Prolaborate is rapidly evolving into an enterprise-level platform for personalized content sharing and integration of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TypeScript 3.0 RC, Microsoft Teams, GitHub’s security alerts for Python and Bootstrap 4.1.2

Microsoft is one step closer to TypeScript 3.0 with the latest release candidate of the JavaScript superset programming language. TypeScript 3.0 RC features project references, extracting and spreading parameter lists with tuples, richer tuple types and support for React’s defaultProps. According to the company, the biggest feature it worked on for this release is the … continue reading

Slack Spec gives developers new ways to work

Slack announced new tools developers can add into their existing workflow at its first developer conference Spec in San Francisco today. The company revealed actions, a new way to provide deeper integrations with development tools and the Slack collaboration solution. With Actions, developers can turn messages into tasks, comments, or follow-ups as well as attach … continue reading

The Realm Platform 2.0 introduces real-time monitoring and new authentication system

Realm has announced version 2.0 of their real-time mobile platform, adding new features and promising an easier way to make real-time, responsive mobile apps. The Realm Platform features tools for developers to integrate messaging, collaboration, a real-time distributed database and their Object Server computing platform in their apps. With this new release — in addition … continue reading

Nanome launches VR collaboration platform Matryx

Virtual reality developer Nanome has launched Matryx, an open-source platform that they hope will change how people collaborate to advance problem solving in STEM. The three primary components of Matryx are the bounty system for rewarding users for solving problems posed on the platform by researchers, a library of digital assets for use in developing … continue reading

Improv brings improvements to agile team standup meetings

Companies today are expanding their collaboration efforts beyond workplace chat groups and creating software delivery teams through activities like pair programming, or group hackathons. One longtime software engineer and scrum master thinks that companies can go a step further — creating collaborative groups through improv. Wayde Stallmann, who currently works as an agile coach for … continue reading

API developers can simulate a back-end with Postman’s Mock Service

API management company Postman has released Mock Service, a tool that enables teams to simulate a back-end server, freeing up developers who were previously restrained by development dependencies. Postman’s service lets front-end developers simulate each endpoint in a Postman Collection and corresponding environment to view the potential responses without having to spin up a back … continue reading

Jitterbit update takes integration to ‘Citizens’

Jitterbit is pushing integrations to the people. The company will push its Jitterbit Harmony Winter ‘17 update to customers tomorrow morning in the hopes of spreading its integrations platform to the unwashed, non-developer masses. The Winter ‘17 is aimed at creating “Citizen Integrators” by implementing a point-and-click path to developing integrations between internal and external systems. … continue reading

Guest View: Why open-sourcing software for the government makes sense

In August, the U.S. government released its long-awaited open-source software policy, and on Nov. 3 it unveiled Code.gov, a portal—itself open source—aimed at helping government agencies share code in order to save taxpayer money and make IT projects nimbler. Tony Scott, CIO of the U.S., made the announcement in a White House blog post: “Built … continue reading

GitLab’s master plan, Sentinet 4.8 released, and MySQL 8.0—SD Times news digest: Sept. 13, 2016

Today, GitLab announced a US$20 million Series B funding from investors August Capital, Khosla Ventures, and Y Combinator. This follows its previous round of funding from last September. With the funding, GitLab is bringing issues, wikis, code review, Continuous Integration and Deployment into one single user interface. Its latest release of Issue Boards and merge … continue reading

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