Topic: github

SD Times news digest: GitHub acquires Pull Panda, Cloudflare introduces advanced cryptographic library, and Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

GitHub acquired Pull Panda to help teams create more efficient and effective code review workflows on GitHub. The financial terms were not revealed by the companies.  According to the company, Pull Panda advances code reviews through Pull Reminders,which sends a notification through Slack when a collaborator needs review; Pull Analytics, which offers real-time insight into … continue reading

Industry Watch: Of open source, data breaches and speed

When IBM CEO Ginni Rometty joined Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst on stage at last month’s Red Hat Summit to declare that IBM would leave Red Hat alone after its acquisition, cheers went up from the developers in the keynote audience. Their fear, of course, was that IBM would somehow change Red Hat and move … continue reading

Open-source developers can now get sponsored through GitHub

Code-hosting services and startups have been experimenting with different ways to get open-source users to pay open-source developers for creating valuable code. While funding services such as Patreon and Tidelift have been around with their own models, the largest open code hosting service GitHub is now on board with the beta announcement of GitHub Sponsors. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Package Registry available as limited beta, Qlik partners with Data Literacy and announces new features, Confluent enhances Confluent Cloud

GitHub released the limited beta of GitHub Package Registry, a package management service that makes it easy to publish public or private packages next to your source code. Pricing details will be announced soon. The service is fully integrated with GitHub and it provides fast, reliable downloads backed by GitHub’s global CDN. It also supports … continue reading

Apache Software Foundation announces GitHub integration

Today, the largest open source foundation, with over 350 open-source projects and 200 million lines of code, has joined forces with GitHub. The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has been talking about integrating with GitHub since 2016, and now it has successfully completed the migration of its Git service to GitHub. “We’re proud to have such … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub releases Atom 1.37 beta, Mendix announces integration with SAP HANA, and Talend releases Pipeline Designer

GitHub has released a beta version 1.37 of its text editor, Atom. Now, users can view comments from code reviews in a dock next to the editor, improving the pull request review experience. The dock provides easy navigation between comments and code or text and a progress bar shows how many unresolved comments remain, GitHub … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: CommunityBridge

The Linux Foundation is launching a new platform designed to sustain open-source communities. CommunityBridge was announced at this week’s Open Source Leadership Summit. The Linux Foundation plans to launch a number of tools to the open-source community throughout the next two years. The platform is currently being released with Community Bridge Funding to help developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parasoft dotTEST 10.4.1, Baffle’s advanced data protection service, and updates to GitHub’s bug bounty program

Parasoft has announced the latest release of its .NET development testing solution. Parasoft dotTEST 10.4.1 expands support for security coding standards and adds a new Security Compliance Pack for compliance reporting for OWASP, CWE, and UL-2900. “Many of today’s enterprise applications rely on the .NET platform,” said Mark Lambert, VP of Products at Parasoft. “This … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub’s draft pull requests, ARCore 1.7, and Rubrik Build

GitHub is improving collaboration between developers with the introduction of draft pull requests. According to GitHub, draft pull requests enable developers to create clear tags when working on a work in progress. Draft pull requests are styled differently than normal ones, making it clear that a project is in a draft state. In addition, merging … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Principled GraphQL

GraphQL is quickly becoming the preferred approach for working with APIs. It is a query language for APIs, and is designed to give users more insight and understanding into the data inside their APIs. According to GraphQL platform provider Apollo, it’s also so much more than a query language. “It’s a comprehensive solution to the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Hacktoberfest

While not exactly an open-source project, Hacktoberfest is a monthlong celebration of open-source software, and provides many contributions to the open-source community. The sixth annual Hacktoberfest won’t be taking place until October, but organizer DigitalOcean wants to help developers looking to get in on the festivities this year by providing developers with a few things … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub’s top machine learning languages, Ping’s API cybersecurity solution, and Lumigo’s serverless app funding

GitHub has released machine learning data from its 2018 State of the Octoverse report. According to the report, the top programming languages for machine learning on GitHub include Python, C++, JavaScript, Java and C#. In addition, the team took a look at the top machine learning projects on GitHub, which included TensorFlow, SciKit-Learn, spaCy, Julia … continue reading

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