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More developers using the Go programming language at work, survey finds

Go has released the results of its 2017 user survey, indicating continued growth in the language. This year is the first time that more respondents replied that they program in Go at work more than outside of work, indicating that the language is being accepted by companies for software development. It is also important to … continue reading

Google announces reboot of the programming language Dart

Google’s general-purpose programming language Dart is getting a big reboot. The company announced the release of Dart 2 with a new vision for the language, which is to optimize it for client-side development for web and mobile.   “With Dart 2, we’ve dramatically strengthened and streamlined the type system, cleaned up the syntax, and rebuilt … continue reading

Google Cloud IoT Core is now available

Google has announced the release of Cloud IoT Core, the company’s fully managed cloud service for connecting and managing IoT devices at scale. Google first announced the solution in May of last year.   The solution can be used with Google’s Cloud IoT solution in order to utilize analytics and machine learning services and gain actionable … continue reading

Stride announces new ChatOps capabilities

Atlassian Stride is giving software development teams new communication tools to embedded into their daily workflows. The company announced new API capabilities designed to build and deploy custom ChatOps apps in Stride. Stride is Atlassian’s team communication solution that was first announced in September. “Every team communicates differently — each with its own quirks, needs, and tools … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Go-Libvirt

Go-Libvirt is a pure Go interface for interacting with the toolkit Libvirt. DigitalOcean developed go-libvirt in 2016 to meet the company’s specific needs. “At DigitalOcean, we use libvirt with QEMU to create and manage the virtual machines that compose our Droplet product. QEMU is the workhorse that enables hundreds of Droplets to run on a … continue reading

Visual Studio Code will now ship with Anaconda

Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio Code will ship as part of the popular Python data science platform Anaconda. Microsoft first announced plans to bring Python to Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio and SQL Server in September of last year.  According to Microsoft, “Visual Studio Code can easily be installed at the same time as Anaconda, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Pluralsight and Stack Overflow’s partnership, Google’s Universal App campaigns, and Microsoft’s Blazor

Pluralsight and Stack Overflow have announced a new partnership that will provide developers with the necessary tools to grow their skills, share knowledge, and build successful careers. Developers will be able to display their Pluralsight IQ — which can be obtained by taking a short, 20 minute quiz — right on their Stack Overflow Developer … continue reading

Shippable announces new DevOps analytics capabilities and support

Shippable has announced the release of new analytics tools for DevOps teams as well as support for all major operating systems including Mac OS X, iOS and Windows.  Avi Cavale, CEO of Shippable, explained that the company’s focus has been on Linux in the past few years. By supporting more operating systems, the company can … continue reading

Atlassian updates Bitbucket Server and Bamboo to support DevOps workflows

Atlassian is bringing DevOps workflows to scale with the release of Bitbucket Server 5.4 and Bamboo 6.2. Bitbucket is the company’s Git code management solution while Bamboo is for integration and release management. “Implementing DevOps practices in large or highly regulated organizations is a balancing act. How do you make your development and operations teams as … continue reading

What you want, when you want it. Key trends in modern UX design

The year was 1997. Steve Jobs fidgeted on a stool in front of the World Wide Developer Conference, chatting with the audience: “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology. You can’t start with the technology and try to figure where you’re going to sell it. I’ve made this … continue reading

Survey: Node.js increasingly popular amongst enterprise software developers

More than three-fourths of developers believe one open-source project is the most employable project expertise for the next year: Node.js. According to a new survey from NodeSource, enterprise software developers are not only gravitating towards the JavaScript runtime environment, they also believe new companies will be created from open-source projects. In fact, 91% of respondents … continue reading

WWDC: Apple App Store, iOS 11, macOS High Sierra, ARKit and machine learning capabilities

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicked off today with new and improved features for developers. The conference opened up with a video of what would happen if suddenly all our applications disappeared and developers stopped developing them. The result lead to confusion, mayhem and disorder. “Keep making apps,” the video ended. “The world depends on … continue reading

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