Topic: software development

The Coalition for App Fairness formed to counter Apple App Store practices

The independent nonprofit Coalition for App Fairness was formed to promote competition and to protect innovation on digital platforms by providing a roadmap of acceptable practices for operators of the most popular platforms. “As enforcers, regulators, and legislators around the world investigate Apple for its anti-competitive behavior, The Coalition for App Fairness will be the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Algorithmia report reveals companies plan to increase AI/ML spending, new Google Play Console on November 2nd, and PostgreSQL 13

A survey by Algorithmia found that a majority of IT leaders are planning to increase their AI/ML initiatives as a result of the pandemic, and realize that those initiatives should have been a higher priority for their organizations all along.  While 54% of IT leaders responded that their AI/ML projects were focused on financial analysis … continue reading

New tools are great… just not for critical projects

Imagine undergoing some serious surgery at your local hospital. The nurse tells you that they are all excited about your surgery. Your surgeon is very famous but quite new to the hospital and the surgical staff has never worked with him before, and they are not familiar with his operating room procedures. Further, there is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Talend Trust Score, Linux Foundation announces serverless on Kubernetes training course, and Coder’s new automated enterprise capabilities

Talend has updated its Talend Data Fabric platform with a focus on the Talend Trust Score. According to the company, the Talend Trust Score features new advanced capabilities toward assessing the reliability of an organization’s data. The solution intelligently diagnoses and resolves data integrity issues in multi-cloud, hybrid, and on-premise environments.  The Trust Score exposes the … continue reading

JourneyApps launches OXIDE to combine the benefits of low-code and code-centric app development

Application development platform provider JourneyApps has announced a new solution that aims to bring the power of low-code and professional code app development together. OXIDE is a next-generation Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for building and maintaining business applications.  According to the company, OXIDE fills a gap in the application development market by combining the speed … continue reading

Industry Watch: Checking my notes

We speak to a lot of experts here at SD Times. Almost to a person, they talk about modern applications, tectonic shifts in development, scary scenarios of data breaches, the need for software to ‘be’ the business, and much more. But as I looked back on many of the interviews we’ve done, some overarching themes … continue reading

Security Compass introduces Balanced Development Automation to tackle DevOps security

Security Compass introduced the new DevOps tool category Balanced Development Automation (BDA) in order to empower organizations to build secure digital products without compromising time to market. According to the company, development teams usually have to choose between “fast and risk” or “slow and safe.” BDA aims to improve processes that are manual, inconsistent, silo … continue reading

premium 3 keys to planning a successful product

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, hearing people talk about the “new normal” has become, well, the new normal. Much has been upended to say the least—and some shifts are extremely relevant to the product development realm. For instance, I predict it will become the “new normal” for restaurants to have their own products … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust 1.46 released, AnalysisLevel introduced in .NET 5’s C# compiler, and ArangoDB 3.7

The latest Rust programming langauge release enables new things to appear in ‘const fn,’ two new standard library APIs, and one feature useful for library authors. By including the features in ‘const fn’, this led to a 40x performance improvement in Microsoft’s WinRT bindings for Rust, according to the working group behind the language. The … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Swap Detector

Swap Detector is an open-source checker that detects API usage errors. The project was released this week by GrammaTech, and originally created by The Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, and Static Tool Analysis Modernization Project. “Traditional static-analysis techniques do not take advantage of the vast wealth of information on what represents error-free … continue reading

CWE: XSS and out-of-bounds write the most dangerous software weaknesses of 2020

The Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) has released its 2020 “Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Weakness” report, which found improper neutralization of input during web page generation, also known as cross-site scripting (XSS), and out-of-bounds write, where the most dangerous weakness. With cross-site scripting, software does not neutralize or incorrectly neutralizes user-controllable input before it is … continue reading

BurstIQ launches full developer toolset for blockchain-enabled applications and services

BurstIQ, the leading provider of blockchain-enabled secure data exchange services, announced today the full release of the BurstChain User Interface Software Developer Kit, a set of key accelerator tools that allow application developers to rapidly deploy blockchain-enabled web applications and services on the BurstIQ Platform. The BurstChain UI SDK includes several tools designed to simplify … continue reading

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