Topic: microsoft

SD Times news digest: Appian Process Mining now available; Microsoft releases TypeScript 4.6 beta; Soffos Inc. launches AI powered Q&A learning app

Appian, the low-code development platform, today announced the general availability of Appian Process Mining in order to easily identify and address workflow bottlenecks. With this, organizations are empowered to discover process inefficiencies as well as design and automate those workflows in one unified platform.  Appian Process Mining brings users a no-code module that works to … continue reading

Microsoft reveals 2022 roadmap for Java in VS Code

Microsoft released its roadmap for its planned updates for Java on Visual Studio Code and highlighted its most important improvements in 2021.  2021 saw substantial improvements on all extensions in the Extension Pack for Java including 1.0 release of Language Support for Java, a Gradle for Java extension release, a new and better getting started … continue reading

SD Times news digest: White House Open Source Security Summit; Jetpack Window Manager release candidate; Google’s solution challenge 2022

Organizations such as the Linux Foundation, OpenSSF, Google, Akamai, and Red Hat attended a White House Summit meant to address supply chain security challenges following the recent log4j crisis.  “The open-source ecosystem will need to work together to further cybersecurity research, training, analysis, and remediation of defects found in critical open-source software projects. These plans … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET Framework January 2022 update, Lucidworks announces new SaaS platform, YugaByte University expansion

Microsoft released the January 2022 Security and Quality Rollup Updates for .NET Framework. This security update addresses an issue where an unauthenticated attacker could cause a denial of service on an affected system. Other quality and reliability improvements include an AppContext Switch that can clean up connections on any kinds of failures even while running … continue reading

Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2 introduces several Git productivity improvements

Microsoft recently announced the second preview of Visual Studio 2022 17.1. This release includes new features that align with themes of Visual Studio 2022, such as productivity.  New Git productivity features will make day-to-day work much easier, according to Microsoft. Developers will now be able to compare the current branch in a repository with other … continue reading

2021 Year in Review: Microsoft

This year, Microsoft went all in on open-source and security and launched a plethora of new solutions aimed at bettering the lives of developers working remotely and on-premises.  Microsoft launched its flagship Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6. in November. .NET 6 is a follow-up to the notable .NET 5, which merged .NET Framework and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GrapeCity Documents v5 release, Tempo acquires ALM Works; Microsoft Graph Bookings API update

GrapeCity, provider of enterprise software development tools, today announced the GrapeCity Documents v5 release. This latest version brings users new features in all products in GrapeCity’s document API suite.  The GrapeCity Documents APIs are supported in .NET 6 applications without extra steps to generate documents. Additionally, The GrapeCity Documents API supports features that do not … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft updating feedback system for Visual Studio; Nim 1.6.2 release; Open Application Group announces Express Pack

Microsoft recently announced that they are updating their feedback system in order to provide users with a higher quality experience. With this, older versions of Visual Studio will no longer be compatible to provide feedback. To continue submitting feedback, upgrade to version 16.7 or any LTSC service release after April 2021. This update brings users … continue reading

SD Times news digest: SnapLogic raises $165 million; Vulnerability found in log4j 2; December release of Python for VS Code

SnapLogic, the enterprise automation company, today announced that it has raised $165 million at a one billion dollar valuation. This funding will go towards accelerating the company’s AI-powered data and application integration. This financing round was led by Sixth Street Growth, which will now be joining the SnapLogic board. These funds will go directly towards … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LogDNA announces Series D; Microsoft introduces new Azure SDK for Go; NeoSec unveiled integration with Kong

LogDNA, the observability data platform, today announced a $50 million Series D funding round led by cybersecurity investment and advisory firm, NightDragon. This financing round also includes participation from existing investors Emergence and Initialized Capital.  The investment comes on the heels of Deloitte’s 2021 Technology Fast 500, which highlighted LogDNA’s 1293% revenue growth from 2017 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS announces Amplify Studio; Microsoft unveils Teams ToolKit 3.0; Mirantis launches DevOpsCare

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced the launch of Amplify Studio at its re:Invent conference. AWS Amplify Studio is a new visual development environment that enables developers to create web application user interfaces (UIs) with minimal coding, while also allowing them to customize their applications’ design and behavior. Amplify Studio builds on AWS Amplify to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: UserWay and ShortPoint announce partnership; Code Ninjas and Microsoft MakeCode collaboration; SQLite 3.37 release

UserWay, an AI-powered web accessibility company, and ShortPoint, an intranet design software company, today announced their partnership in order to ensure SharePoint sites designed with ShortPoint are fully accessible and ADA compliant.  UserWay’s accessibility technology provides WCAG and ADA compliance for websites, resulting in a more accessible experience for blind and visually impared users as … continue reading

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