Topic: github

SD Times news digest: PHP moves to GitHub, OSI’s statement on Stallman, and Ian Kelling joins FSF board of directors

The PHP programming language team has announced its repositories on GitHub are now canonical and changes should be pushed directly to GitHub rather than to git.php.net. This change follows two malicious commits that were pushed to the php-src repo. “While investigation is still underway, we have decided that maintaining our own git infrastructure is an … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Circonus’ new Linux host monitoring dashboard, API company Reshuffle joins Twitter, and PyPI becomes a GitHub secret scanning integrator

The new Linux host monitoring dashboard by Circonus is designed to enable users to efficiently and accurately monitor their Linux hosts and to diagnose and resolve issues.  The solution utilizes the company’s Circonus Unified Agent (CUA), which is a single collection agent that consolidates all host and services monitoring. “One of the top issues we … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub’s first chief security officer, VS 2019 remote debug support, and Android Sleep API released

GitHub hired Michael Hanley as its first chief security officer to focus on developer-first security.  “Good security and the speed of the business are not opposing concepts when met with thoughtful design and a customer-centric approach. I believe that security done well allows us to go further, faster, and more confidently than ever before,” Hanley … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MLH Fellowship, free Node.js training, and Python 3.9.2 and 3.8.8

GitHub has announced the MLH Fellowship is expanding to include American Express and Adobe to its summer 2021 program in which students will be able to use real tools and experience around how to collaborate remotely and globally while working along with experienced engineers.  The fellowship was created to fill in the lack of internships … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio Code 1.53 released, Mixed Reality feature tool for Unity, GitHub Marketplace updates

Visual Studio Code 1.53 includes JavaScript debugging with support for conditional exception breakpoints and Node.js worker_threads, as well as Notebook UX updates, a markdown preview image auto update, and more.  Users can now start multiple concurrent debug sessions and each subsequent debug session will have a number at the end of the name so it … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Ionic Capacitor 3.0 beta released, GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0, and Accenture acquires Wolox

Ionic has announced the beta release of Ionic Capacitor 3.0. The new version of the cross-platform runtime includes improvements to community involvement, adaptability, first-class APIs, and developer experience and productivity. Ionic also added the Proposals repo to make it easier to plug in ideas into a project by creating proposals as well as gauge interest … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Chronosphere announces general availability and new funding for cloud-native monitoring, GitHub now available in Iran, and JupyterLab 3.0

Chronosphere’s cloud-native monitoring product reached general availability this week. The product is powered by the open-source metrics engine M3 that the Chronosphere founders worked on while they were at Uber.  According to the company, the solution enables customers to retrieve monitoring data produced by cloud-native environments and helps customers control their spending while their data … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub releases study on cloning behaviors, Google for Startups Accelerator: Voice AI program, and Kin + Carta acquires Cascade Data Labs

In the recent study, GitHub compared the different clone options to determine how certain options affect Git performance.  The study found that when focusing on a single repository, the best approach is to do a full clone and then always perform a full fetch into that clone.  Also, calculating a shallow fetch is computationally more … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sentry now supports Google Web Vitals, Google plans to shut down Android Things console, and GitHub removes non-essential cookies

The Google Web Vitals services are now included in the Sentry application monitoring solution. It includes agentless frontend performance monitoring for serverless, PHP, Node, and Ruby-based applications.  “Customer issues happen at the application level, and that is where developers have the most control,” said Milin Desai, the CEO of Sentry. “That’s why we’re excited to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat and GitHub expand partnership, Rails 6.1 released, and Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 preview 2

Red Hat has announced it would be expanding its partnership with GitHub and adding Red Hat GitHub Actions to the GitHub Marketplace. According to the company, this will bring GitHub’s DevOps, CI/CD and developer workflow automation tools to Red Hat OpenShift and enhance developers’ user experience.  “GitHub Actions puts automation directly in the developer path, … continue reading

Screenshot of GitHub’s dark mode, announced at GitHub Universe 2020

GitHub Universe: GitHub Sponsors, Dark Mode, and auto-merge for PRs

GitHub wants to improve the daily lives of developers as well as make it easier for companies to invest in open source with new updates and features announced at this week’s GitHub Universe conference. The conference runs until December 10, and sessions can be viewed on demand after the event.  Here are a number of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: The 2020 State of Octoverse report, Microsoft LAMBDA released, and ML Commons launched

GitHub has announced its annual State of Octoverse report, looking at the company’s growth and usage over the last year. The report found that the number of people on GitHub overall continues to grow, but the proportion of those who identify as developers has decreased. According to the report, this could signal an expanding diversity … continue reading

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