Topic: go

SD Times news digest: Catchpoint updates, Codefresh announces new GitOps features, Sopheon releases latest version of Accolade

Catchpoint announced major platform enhancements including Application Performance Management deep linking and expanded integrations that provide enterprises complete user experience visibility.  “Today, many Enterprises struggle to deliver their business outcomes with traditional monitoring technology as the majority of legacy tools are incapable of providing holistic business-level observability of a hybrid IT world,” says Mehdi Daoudi, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GoLand 2021.2 reaches beta, Pluralsight completes acquisition of A Cloud Guru, Contrast Security partners with Secure Code Warrior

The focus behind GoLand 2021.2 was to add new features for Go modules, according to JetBrains, the company behind the solution.  The new version includes a new option for formatting, support for Go 1.17 features and support for generics in ‘.go’ files. Previously, when ‘go.mod’ files were edited, GoLand would automatically run go list commands … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: page-fetch

Page-fetch is a new open-source tool created by the Detectify Security Research team that helps hunt for prototype pollution issues.  One of the most common places for prototype pollution — the ability to inject properties into existing JavaScript language construct prototypes — is in processing the query string. Detectify’s solution can already find issues that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Native fuzzing for Go, DVC Studio released, and LogStream 3.0 released

The developers behind the Go programming language announced that native fuzzing is ready for beta testing in its development branch, dev.fuzz.  Fuzzing is a type of automated testing that continuously manipulates inputs into a program to find issues such as panics or bugs that existing unit tests might miss.  RELATED CONTENT: Why developers love Go … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 1.56 released, Contrast Security adds Go support, and SmartBear supports Simulink for peer code review

The April 2021 release of Visual Studio Code includes improved hover feedback to help users quickly find clickable editor actions, terminal profile improvements, and debugger inline values.  Developers can also now temporarily toggle the line numbers of a cell in the current sessions from the cell toolbar or change the visibility of line numbers for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rookout Agile Flame Graphs, ServiceNow acquires Intellibot, and CircleCI server 3.x

Rookout’s Agile Flame Graphs was launched to dynamically profile distributed applications in production and provide developers with a fully-visualized understanding of how their code is impacting other applications.  “Agile Flame Graphs allows software engineers to select a section of code and instantly visualize the latency between functions and individual lines of code, within and across … continue reading

Report finds Go is becoming more critical to a company’s success

The Go programming language is making its way to more enterprises and businesses. The 2020 Go survey results found that 76% of respondents are using Go at work, and 66% stated it’s becoming critical to their company’s success. Additionally, 91% of respondents would like to use Go for their next new project, and 89% find … continue reading

Why developers love Go

The open source Go programming language, also known as Golang, has worked to simplify developer lives since it first appeared in 2009. While it may have been Google’s backing that gained developers’ attention, its efficiency, simplicity and tooling are the reason developers keep coming back, according to Nathan Youngman, author of Get Programming with Go. … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: GoReleaser

GoReleaser is an open-source project that aims to help users release Go projects as fast and easily as possible. Key features include the ability to cross-compile Go projects; release to GitHub, GitLab and Gitea; create Docker images and manifests; and create Linux packages and Homebrew taps.  According to the team, it adheres to the Contributor … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust 1.50.0 released, Go generics accepted, and RapidAPI acquires Paw

This latest Rust release includes improved array indexing, expanded safe access to union fields, and additions to the standard library.  In the new version, the stabilization of arrays in Rust is formally acknowledged. There are nine new stable functions in Rust 1.50.0 and a few existing functions were made ‘const.’  Additional details on all of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Splice Machine Feature Store launched, Command PATH security fix in Go, and Sensory VoiceHub released

The newly announced Splice Machine Feature Store is designed to help companies implement machine learning in their operations by providing data scientists with actionable real-time data and by reducing the complexity of feature engineering.  “The old way of doing things meant data science operations were simply not scalable. The Splice Machine Feature Store enables you … continue reading

Guest View: 3 reasons to get going with Go lang

Whether due to corporate project demands or out of pure curiosity, developers are often faced with learning new programming languages. While this can present challenges, especially when it comes to maintaining secure coding best practices, it also opens the door for developers to become accustomed to new, and increasingly better, languages.  One language in particular … continue reading

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