Topic: developers

5 tips for effective remote work

With the coronavirus outbreak and recent New York State laws that mandate at least 50% of many business’ employees to work from home, professionals from all industries are talking about how it will impact the workplace. But working from home was already a trend that IT pros and developers have been dealing with for a … continue reading

Docker refocuses on developers with new updates to Docker Desktop and Docker Hub

Container image company Docker has announced that it is completely shifting its focus to developers. The company has revealed that it will expand Docker Desktop and Docker Hub, as well as partnering with the current ecosystem of Docker tools. Updates to Docker Desktop will help accelerate onboarding new developers to team workflows, help new developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools announces Ultrafast Grid, Matillion announces GA of Data Loader, and Apache NetBeans 11.3

Applitools announced the general availability of Ultrafast Grid, a cloud platform that enables fast concurrent rendering of apps on different browsers and devices, with the reliability and stability of Visual AI.  “Applitools navigates the vicious triangle by providing AI-driven testing for any browser and any device, nearly eliminating the test overhead per release, said Torsten … continue reading

Rookout teams up with AppDynamics team up on Deep Code Insights

Next-gen developer platform provider Rookout and APM solution provider AppDynamics are teaming up to help developers find and fix bugs. According to the companies, AppDynamics alerts developers of any issues while Rookout helps developers debug those issues.  As part of the partnership, Rookout will be integrated into AppDynamics to create AppDynamics Deep Code Insights.  “It’s … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mastercard acquires cybersecurity company, XR Association updates developers guide, and Nim’s gc:arc feature

Mastercard announced an agreement to acquire RiskRecon to help financial institutions, merchants and governments to secure their digital assets.  With RiskRecon’s AI and data-driven technology is designed to help organizations proactively manage cyber risks and better safeguard intellectual property and consumer and payment data.  “By becoming part of their team, we have an opportunity to … continue reading

Atlassian welcomes third-party developers into the cloud with Forge

Atlassian is introducing a new cloud development platform designed to open the Atlassian ecosystem to third-party developers. Forge, which is currently in a cloused beta, was built for developers to build and run their enterprise-ready cloud apps with Atlassian solutions.  “Today, the Atlassian Ecosystem has grown into a community of more than 25,000 members – … continue reading

JetBrains introduces new developer collaboration tool

JetBrains has announced the launch of Space, an integrated team environment for creative teams. The announcement comes from the company’s KotlinConf for the Kotlin programming language happening in Copenhagen this week. “In Space, the concept of a team is a first-class citizen. When you join a team, you are automatically included in everything related to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Codidact

A new open-source project wants to provide an alternative to the Stack Exchange Network. While it is still a work in progress, Codidact is a “community-controlled, open-source Q&A platform.” “This project was created to coordinate and keep track of current efforts by a group of (mostly unsatisfied) users of Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange … continue reading

GitHub announces archive program, mobile experience and improved code search at GitHub Universe

GitHub wants to provide a better user experience for developers. The company made a number of announcements surrounding daily experience, the open source community and the cloud at its annual GitHub Universe conference in San Francisco this week. As part of its announcements, both GitHub Actions and GitHub Packages are now out of beta. GitHub … continue reading

What developers need to know about 5G applications

A Gartner survey released at the end of last year revealed that two-thirds of organizations planned on deploying 5G by 2020. 5G will enable a number of use cases, such as IoT communications, but in order to reap the benefits, developers will need to learn to develop for 5G.  According to Michael Rasalan, director of … continue reading

Make better use of air travel: Write code

Long flights can be pretty boring, especially if like me, you have a rock-bottom boredom threshold. I routinely fly from London to San Francisco , an 11-hour daytime flight.  What to do…what to do… Maybe I watch a movie, then what? Watch another four? No matter how much reading, snoozing, eating I can do, it’s … continue reading

Companies are making up for lack of cybersecurity professionals by investing in their developers

The search for good cybersecurity talent is a struggle facing companies across the industry — a problem that is only likely to get worse over the next few years. According to a report from CNBC in March, there are nearly 3 million open positions globally for security professionals. The hiring shortage is expected to grow … continue reading

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