Topic: ruby

SD Times news digest: NuGet 6.0; .NET MAUI Preview 10; Contrast Security $150 million in Series E funding

Microsoft announced that NuGet 6.0 is being included in Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6.0 out of the box. NuGet 6.0 can also be downloaded for macOS, Windows, and Linux as a standalone executable. The NuGet tooling assists developers in discovering new .NET packages to use for their .NET applications, while also making package management … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JRebel 2021.3.0 and XRebel 2021.3.0, HPE acquires Ampool, Ruby 3.0.2 released

The JRebel 2021.3.0 release adds support for Vaadin 20.0, SpringBoot 2.5, and Glassfish 6.1.  Vaadin 20.0 has support for Gradle as well as Spring Security helpers and the latest SpringBoot versions allow JRebel users to be able to freely update their applications to the latest technologies available. Also, the XRebel 2021.3.0 release adds support for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Cloudflare acquires Linc, Amazon launches AWS Glue custom connectors, ThreatStack now available for Ruby Gems and NPM

Cloudflare’s acquisition of Linc, the automation platform that helps front-end developers collaborate, will create seamless integration between Pages and Cloudflare Workers, a serverless execution environment. that allows users to create entirely new applications or augment. Linc offers a straightforward path to building end-to-end applications on Pages with both frontend and backend logic in one bundle. … continue reading

Ruby 3.0.0 RC1 now available

The first release candidate of the next version of the programming language Ruby is now available. Ruby 3.0.0 RC1 introduces a number of new features, such as RBS, TypeProf, Ractor, and Fiber Scheduler. RBS is a language for describing types of Ruby programs, and it enables developers to document the definitions of classes and modules. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: IBM to add new AI capabilities to Watson, Threat Stack supports Ruby, and GitLab’s Remote Work Report

IBM announced several new IBM Watson technologies designed to help organizations begin identifying, understanding, and analyzing some of the most challenging aspects of the English language with greater clarity.  The technologies represent the first commercialization of key Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities to come from IBM Research’s Project Debater, an AI system capable of debating … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Sorbet

Stripe is open sourcing its Ruby type checker in the hopes to help and collaborate with the Ruby community. Sorbet is designed to type check moral method definitions as well as introduce backwards-compatible syntax.  In addition, the type checker is multithreaded to scale across cores, IDE-ready, interactive, and enables Ruby developers to keep their existing … continue reading

Biotech firms turns to open source for speed

Founded 10 years ago by a group of MIT scientists, Massachusetts-based biotech firm Ginkgo Bioworks has found great success in leveraging a number of open-source technologies to speed up and automate a wide variety of synthetic biology laboratory tasks. The organization’s main focus is the genetic engineering of compound-producing bacteria for a range of industrial … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Ruby 2.6.0, Log4j Kotlin API 1.0.0, and TeamCity 2018.2.1

Ruby 2.6.0 is now available. The latest release introduces a new JIT (Just-In-Time) compiler, which will improve the performance of Ruby programs. The JIT compiler writes C code to disk and creates a C compiler to generate code. It also adds a new module, RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree. The module features a parse method which parses a Ruby … continue reading

SD Times news digest: RedMonk’s programming rankings, VS Code 1.21 and Apache Cordova Windows 6.0

Red Monk has released its Q1 programming language rankings. The top ten programming languages are JavaScript, Java, Python, PHP, C#, C++, CSS, Ruby, C, and Swift. “The relatively static nature of the top ten languages is interesting, certainly, in a technology landscape that is best characterized not by the high level of change but the … continue reading

premium 10 books every web developer should read to increase their software IQ

When wannabe developers ask what books they should read, I usually respond “First off, just read.” A large part of the software development process is reading other people’s’ code. That said, the best thing you can do to improve as a developer is to read anything that will sharpen your speed and comprehension skills.  The … continue reading

ActiveState’s ActiveRuby beta release, the Windows Bounty Program, and AnchorFree’s net neutrality SDK — SD Times news digest: July 27, 2017

Just weeks after releasing its commercial Go programming language distribution, ActiveState is taking on a new language. The company announced the beta release of ActiveRuby, its commercially supported Ruby distribution. ActiveRuby is based on Ruby 2.3.4, and provides easy installation, and features for the development and deployment of Ruby apps. “For enterprises looking to accelerate … continue reading

Coding Dojo research highlights most in-demand coding languages by city and company

Knowing a certain programming language might help you get a job in San Jose, but it may not help you get hired in Washington D.C. This is just a glimpse at some of Coding Dojo’s recent research to determine the most in-demand programming languages by city. As part of the coding school’s research, Coding Dojo … continue reading

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