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Google enabling data-driven experiences at scale through new Looker updates

Google today announced new features that will help organizations deliver data-driven experiences at scale in Looker 21, the platform that allows anyone in a business to quickly analyze and find insights in datasets. One new feature is the Extension Framework available as part of the new Looker Developer Portal. The framework allows developers to build applications … 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

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SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Scorecards

The Scorecards project is an automated security tool that produces a “risk score” for open-source projects that just reached version 2 yesterday.  The new version adds new security checks, a scaled up number of projects being scored and data has been made easily accessible for analysis.  It was created last fall by the Google Open … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft ending support for Zulu for Azure builds of OpenJDK, Google updates Passes API to store COVID info, WWW source code sold for $5.4 million

Microsoft announced that it will no longer provide updates or support for the Zulu for Azure build of OpenJDK as of the end of this year.  For those customers who wish to continue using Azul OpenJDK-based distributions, Azul will publish free updates of Azul Zulu builds of OpenJDK, with optional commercial support available through Azul.  … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JetBrains Datalore for Enterprise, Google to require all new apps be published with Android App Bundle, MariaDB partners with AWS

JetBrains released Datalore for Enterprise, a collaborative team environment that helps data scientists to work together in Jupyter Notebooks.   It provides a convenient way to dynamically manage Python environments, helps connect and explore data and introduces smart code autocompletion.  In addition, Datalore for Enterprise allows teams to connect hardware, configure team environments, authenticate users and … continue reading

Google Workspace now available to everyone

Google has announced that Google Workspace is now accessible by anyone with a Google account. Google Workspace is a collection of Google’s apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and more — available through a single integrated experience.   It was first announced last October and since then the company has released a … continue reading

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Google I/O 2021: Android 12, Quantum AI campus, Flutter 2.2, Vertex AI, and more

Google is making a number of improvements and updates across its cloud, security, AI and Android platforms at its virtual Google I/O conference this week.  Top announcements included: The beta version of Android 12 Android 12 features a more personal experience, fluid motions and animations, redesigned system spaces, and new privacy features. “Android 12 builds … continue reading

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Google digs into modern Android development at I/O

Google is dedicated to providing a more modern Android development experience with new improvements, major updates, and new releases announced across the platform at this year’s Google I/O conference. This is the first virtual Google I/O event the company is hosting since the pandemic started last year. According to Karen Ng, product lead for Android … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android 12 Developer Preview 3, ComponentOne 2021 v1, and WhiteSource acquires Diffend

Google has announced the third developer preview of its upcoming 12.0 release. The latest preview includes a new app launch experience, new video and camera capabilities and new permissions for exact alarms that help users save battery. Developers can use new splash screen APIs and resources to manage the splash screen window’s background color, replace … continue reading

IoXt extends security compliance program for mobile apps and VPNs

In an effort to standardize mobile security, 20 different companies in collaboration with the Internet of Security Things Alliance (ioXt) worked on adding a new set of security and privacy requirements for mobile apps and VPNs. Google, Amazon, NowSecure, NCC Group, DEKRA, Onware Security, and 7layers are among the companies who helped contribute to the … continue reading

Google unveils logic programming language: Logica

Google introduced the open-source Logica programming language this week. It is designed to compile to SQL and run on Google BigQuery with experimental support for PostgreSQL and SQLite.  According to the company, the language was created to make it easier for developers who have to deal with the challenges of SQL. The challenges with coding … continue reading

Google’s AppSheet Automation no-code platform now generally available

Google has announced it is making its no-code platform AppSheet Automation generally available. The platform was first announced last fall.  AppSheet Automation helps companies automate their manual tasks and focus more of their time and effort on high-impact work. Its Intelligent Document Processing feature, for example, allows users to automatically extract unstructured data from documents … continue reading

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