Topic: software development

SD Times news digest: Security Compass launches hands-on training lab, Capacitor Core plugin changes, and Apache weekly updates

Security Compass has announced a hands-on training lab for balanced development automation. The new interactive virtual lab offers training across multiple exploit scenarios to help developers understand common vulnerabilities and how to build secure software, the company explained.  The training lab can now be added to existing subscriptions for the Software Security Practitioner (SSP) Suites, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Datatron Governance Dashboard released, DevOps Institute announces new growth and expanded team, and Cloudflare’s Project Fair Shot

Datatron released a new governance dashboard that allows data scientists and analysts to monitor and optimize their AI solutions.  The new offering provides AI and machine learning model transparency risk management to help organizations comply with regulations while optimizing for business outcomes through visualizations and key metrics.  “Just as cyberattacks can be devastating to companies, … continue reading

Infragistics’ Indigo.Design App Builder preview released

The developer preview of Indigo.Design App Builder by Infragistics is now available. It is a digital design platform that streamlines app creation from design to code by enabling collaboration between designers and developers, according to the company.  Creating the user interface of an application takes up to 60% of the total time spent on an … continue reading

Microsoft on how open source and software development can improve in 2021

2020 was a big year for open source. Sixty million new repositories were created last year, and more than 56 million developers are now on GitHub, according to GitHub’s Octoverse report. This prompted Microsoft to lay out a few things developers can do to improve their engagement with open source moving forward. The first lesson … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Harness reaches $1.7 billion valuation, Dynatrace integrates with Snyk Intel data, and WhiteSource expands native support for IDEs

Software delivery platform Harness announced that it will use its recent $115 million in funding to grow its engineering team, support global expansion plans, and extend its intelligent software delivery platform vision. Harness provides an end-to-end platform for intelligent software delivery that implements machine learning to detect the quality of deployments.  “Our goal is to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MIT’s quantum hackathon, Workato announces $110 million in funding for integration-led automation, and Veriton and Alteryx team up on unstructured data

MIT’s hackathon iQuHACK (interdisciplinary Quantum HACKathon) is back and it is focusing on helping participants learn what quantum computers are and how to use them. One track for this hackathon focuses on gate-based quantum computing division while the other is for quantum annealing.  The hackathon will take place between January 30th and 31st online with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: F5 acquires Volterra to create Edge 2.0 for the enterprise, WinUI 3 preview 3 released, and Intel’s RealSense ID Facial Authentication

F5 has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Volterra, a universal edge-as-a-service platform provider, for approximately $440 million in cash. According to F5, it will incorporate Volterra’s technology platform to create its own edge platform built for enterprises and service providers that will focus on security and scalability.  “With Volterra, we advance … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 released, BMC new mainframe enhancement, GrammaTech awarded DARPA AIE program

Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 is a complete UX and UI solution that is compatible with Microsoft’s latest .NET 5 release.  According to the company, users can speed up their app creation by using the new Indigo.Design App Builder drag and drop tool.  Infragistics Ultimate 20.2 also includes new components and features such as toolkits for Angular, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Chronosphere announces general availability and new funding for cloud-native monitoring, GitHub now available in Iran, and JupyterLab 3.0

Chronosphere’s cloud-native monitoring product reached general availability this week. The product is powered by the open-source metrics engine M3 that the Chronosphere founders worked on while they were at Uber.  According to the company, the solution enables customers to retrieve monitoring data produced by cloud-native environments and helps customers control their spending while their data … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces SharePoint Workflow transformation to Power Automate, Apple preps developers forStrong Customer Authentication, Prime and Synerzip merge

The new SharePoint Workflow transformation to Power Automate workshop focuses on workflow assessment and migration guidance to Power Automate in a discovery and hands-on learning event.  This follows the announcement of the retirement of SharePoint 2010 workflows earlier this year Microsoft also stated that 2013 Workflows will eventually follow a similar retirement path.  After attending … 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

SD Times news digest: GitHub releases study on cloning behaviors, Google for Startups Accelerator: Voice AI program, and Kin + Carta acquires Cascade Data Labs

In the recent study, GitHub compared the different clone options to determine how certain options affect Git performance.  The study found that when focusing on a single repository, the best approach is to do a full clone and then always perform a full fetch into that clone.  Also, calculating a shallow fetch is computationally more … continue reading

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