Topic: open source

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Open Enclave SDK

As part of the Confidential Computing Consortium launch, Microsoft is contributing its Open Enclave SDK to help “develop a broader industry collaboration and ensure a truly open development approach,” the company  wrote in a post.  The open-source project is targeted at a single unified enclaving abstraction for developers to build Trusted Execution Environment (TEEs) based … continue reading

PyTorch 1.2 released with new and improved TorchScript environment

The open-source machine learning framework PyTorch is tackling production usage in its latest release. PyTorch 1.2 features an update to the TorchScript environment. TorchScript enables users to create serializable models from PyTorch code and can be saved from a Python process.  The new improvements are designed to make it easier to ship production models, expand … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Twilio CLI

In an effort to help its developers be more productive, Twilio has announced the beta version of Twilio CLI. It is an open-source command line interface that enables developers to access Twilio through their command prompt. “It’s hard to beat the flexibility and power that a CLI provides at development time. Until now, there was … continue reading

DevOps World | Jenkins World: CircleCI orbs, DevOps Institute’s Ambassador Program, and Codefresh Marketplace

DevOps and Jenkins is on full display this week at CloudBees’ DevOps World | Jenkins World taking place in San Francisco. In addition to the DevOps thought leaders and community members coming together to learn, explore and help shape the next generation of Jenkins and DevOps, a number of organizations took the opportunity to reveal … continue reading

Agile and open source can complement each other

Despite the growing popularity of both Agile development and open-source practices, it’s not often that they come up in the same conversation. When these two concepts do intersect, it’s often to highlight the contradicting viewpoints that these two models supposedly represent. While there are core differences, Agile doesn’t have to be the enemy of open … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AI Explainability 360

IBM is releasing a new open-source project designed to help users understand how machine learning models make predictions as well as advance the responsibility and trustworthiness of AI. IBM’s AI Explainability 360 project is an open-source toolkit of algorithms that support the interoperability and explainability of machine learning models. According to the company, machine learning … continue reading

GPU SQL engine BlazingSQL now open source

A new open-source project wants to take analytics to the next level. BlazingSQL is a GPU-accelerated SQL engine built on the RAPIDS ecosystem. RAPIDS is an open-source suite of software libraries for executing end-to-end data science and analytics pipelines entirely on GPUs. According to the team, BlazingSQL was built to address the expense, complexity and … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: T1

The web is enabling all types of systems and solutions to connect to the Internet, but the tools available today do not cover the entire ecosystem. According to Thomas Pornin, author of the BearSSL library and security consultant at NCC Group, embedded systems are becoming a challenge because most programming languages are geared towards web … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Lockdown

This week’s open-source project of the week is Lockdown, the first open-source firewall for iOS created by the team that launched Confirmed VPN last December.  According to the creators of the free app, Duet Display CEO Rahul Dewan and former iCloud engineer Johnny Lin, the firewall allows users to block any connection to any domain … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Kotlin awarded Breakout Project of the Year at OSCON, Embarcadero RAD Studio 10.3.2, and Camunda workflow engine for microservices

Kotlin was awarded the Open-Source Award for Breakout Project of the Year at the O’Reilly Open Source Software Conference (OSCON) this week. RELATED CONTENT: The rise of Kotlin “There is no doubt to us why Kotlin received this award: it’s a fast moving (but thoughtfully developed) programming language that lets you write better code, faster,” … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: YugaByte DB

This week’s SD Times Open Source Project of the Week is the newly open-sourced YugaByte DB, which allows users to better collaborate on the distributed SQL database.  The move to the open-source core project distributed under the Apache 2.0 license makes previously closed-sourced features such as distributed backups, data encryption and read replicas more accessible, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: npm improves JavaScript security in npm Enterprise, Microsoft open sources its recipe to pre-train BERT, and Anaxi adds Bitbucket support

Npm announced the first major update to npm Enterprise, delivering new security, compliance and developer experience features for working with JavaScript.  According to the company, the new release can “provide powerful insights to engineering managers, administrators, and corporate security teams, enabling them to make their JavaScript development more reliable and secure.” For security, administrators can … continue reading

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