Topic: reactos

SD Times news digest: Linux 5.0; Automation Anywhere’s free community edition, and Google’s .dev TLD now available

Linux 5.0 has been released. According to an email sent by Linus Torvalds, there were a few issues at launch, but bug fixes are being worked on. “Regardless – all is well that ends well. We have more than a handful of real fixes in the last week, but not enough to make me go … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Drone’s CI/CD for Google Cloud, GitLab 11.1, and Google Play’s requirements

Drone, a continuous delivery solution provider, has announced that it is launching cloud native CI/CD for Google Cloud as well as Drone Autoscale for Google Cloud. Drone Autoscale will enable Google Cloud users to maximize their server capacity while minimizing costs. According to the company, customers have reported a 5x increase in build volume capacity … continue reading

SD Times news digest: DNS over TLS in Android P developer preview, Apache Subversion v1.10.0, and ReactOS 0.4.8

Google has announced that the developer preview for Android P will include built-in support for DNS over TLS. DNS over TLS is a new DNS protocol the Internet Engineering Task Force created to provide the latest protections for security and privacy. It uses the TLS protocol to create a secure connection to the server and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: PostgreSQL 10 released, Red Hat Container-Native Storage 3.6, and ReactOS moves to GitHub

The open source database PostgreSQL has announced the release of their latest version, PostgreSQL 10. It includes the ability to distribute data across many nodes, also known as a divide and conquer strategy. Other features include logical replication, declarative table partitioning, improved query parallelism, quorum commit for synchronous replication, and SCRAM-SHA-256 authentication. Logical replication will enable … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Girls Who Code coding books, Automation Anywhere opens Enterprise RPA Platform, and ReactOS 0.4.6

Coding just got easier. The Google Play team and Girls Who Code are collaborating by launching a series of coding books on Google Play. These books will help young women develop and maintain interest in computer science. The collection includes 13 books, like Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World, and Girls Who … continue reading

Google introduces A.I. Duets, ReactOS 4.4 comes with improvements; and Kotlin 1.1 RC released—SD Times news digest: Feb. 17, 2017

Google wants to show developers what Project Magenta can do with its new interactive experiment A.I. Duet. The company launched Magenta into the open-source community last year as a way for developers to explore music with neural nets. A.I. Duet is designed to let users play a duet with their computers. “Just play some notes, … continue reading

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