Topic: database

The end of “your database”

When I started in web development, the architecture of an application always radiated out from the database. Any application was firmly rooted by its data schema and the first step was sketching out the tables and relationships that would define how data was organized and retrieved. But that’s where the web was, not where it’s … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: TypeScript 4.3 beta, Pluralsight Skills platform free for the month of April, and Julia 1.6

TypeScript 4.3 beta introduces separate write types on properties, an ‘override’ and the ‘–noImplicitOverride’ flag, template string type improvements and more.  When a method is marked with ‘override,’ TypeScript will always make sure that a method with the same name exists in the base class. If writing override on a method isn’t added, the new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Zapier acquires Makerpad, LinearB announces new funding, an Splice Machine 3.1 released

Automation company Zapier announced the acquisition of the no-code education provider Makerpad, a leading content and education platform for learning to build software without code.  “For years we’ve watched in admiration as Ben pushed the limits on what you could build without ever writing a line of code,” said Wade Foster, the co-founder and CEO … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB’s Realm Sync, Sauce Labs acquires AutonomIQ, and Tidelift catalogs now available

MongoDB has announced a new fully managed service that syncs data between the modern Realm mobile database and MongoDB Atlas, which allows organizations to quickly build responsive applications for their customers and remote workforces. “For developers who aspire to build these best-in-class experiences on mobile, Realm Sync can be transformative in reducing the amount of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: F5 acquires Volterra to create Edge 2.0 for the enterprise, WinUI 3 preview 3 released, and Intel’s RealSense ID Facial Authentication

F5 has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Volterra, a universal edge-as-a-service platform provider, for approximately $440 million in cash. According to F5, it will incorporate Volterra’s technology platform to create its own edge platform built for enterprises and service providers that will focus on security and scalability.  “With Volterra, we advance … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB Atlas enables multi-cloud clusters, Git 2.29 released, and Neo4j Graph Data Science 1.4

MongoDB Atlas has been updated with multi-cloud clusters. According to the company, the solution enables developers to leverage the best from each cloud provider, including services such as AI, analytics, and serverless development products.  “With the availability of MongoDB Atlas multi-cloud clusters, customers can build, deploy and run powerful, highly available applications across different cloud … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Quantum SDK updated, new Google Play Console features, Call for Code winner announced

Cambridge Quantum Computing today announced the latest 0.6 version of t|ket>, its high-performance quantum software development kit (Q-SDK), which now enables quantum circuit execution on Amazon Braket. The latest release extends the number of supported devices, simulators and development frameworks, enhances circuit optimization and noise mitigation techniques, and extends operating system support.  t|ket> works across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 2019 16.6 support for C++20 Ranges, WinUI 3 preview 2, and Rust 1.45 released

Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 contains the first user-visible pieces of C++20 Ranges support, according to Microsoft.  The standard library concepts in ‘<concepts>’ have been shipping in MSVC since version 16.3. This includes the customization point ‘std::ranges::swap.’ Also available are the first batch of Range algorithms in ‘<algorithm>.’ Additional details are available here. WinUI 3 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Windows Insider Channels, Pinpoint Onpoint Targeting Platform and Personality Explorer, and Google’s guide to development documentation

Microsoft is changing the way it releases new builds to its Windows insiders. The company introduced Windows Insider Channels to pivot towards focusing on the quality of builds and to better support parallel coding efforts.  Later this month, the Fast ring will become the Dev Channel, the Slow ring will become the Beta Channel, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB for VS Code, Rust celebrates 5 years, and DigitalOcean’s $50 million round of funding

MongoDB wants to help make developers more productive with the release of MongoDB for VS Code. The solution enables developers to quickly connect to MongoDB and MongoDB Atlas and work with their data to build applications right inside their code editor.  Users can connect to a MongoDB or Atlas cluster, create MongoDB Playgrounds, and quickly … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CockroachDB 20.1, ActiveState early access program, and ScyllaDB 4.0

Cockroach Lans announced the release of CockroachDB 20.1 with new features for simpler and faster cloud application development.  The updated version includes online primary key changes, monitoring updates, and enhanced support for popular development tools and languages (ORMs). It also includes additional improvements to multi-region performance and security.  “CockroachDB 20.1 gives developers a database that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OpenTelemetry announces beta support for languages, MariaDB’s SkySQL, and dotData Enterprise

OpenTelemetry announced the first wave of beta releases for Java, Go, JavaScript, Python, and .NET Components.  “We’ve made significant progress on OpenTelemetry in the last few weeks as we’ve successfully added more languages for inclusion in the beta launch. We’ll continue to add more language-specific components to the project as we move forward, bringing us … continue reading

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