Topic: softwaredev

CAST Imaging’s latest update introduces advanced search capability

Software intelligence technology company CAST has announced the winter release of CAST Imaging, an imaging system for software applications, with UX enhancements and new features designed to simplify and accelerate processes for engineers who develop, maintain, and modernize complex software applications. The recent update to the product introduces several significant improvements aimed at enhancing user … continue reading

Holepunch launches Pear Runtime, an open-source peer-to-peer app development platform

Pear Runtime, an open-source peer-to-peer (P2P) app development platform, has been launched by Holepunch, a P2P company backed by Tether.  This platform is set to redefine app development by offering a secure, efficient, scalable, and cost-effective solution for developers. With Pear Runtime, developers can create unlimited applications leveraging robust open-source P2P infrastructure, ensuring that they … continue reading

Amazon adds new embedding model choices to Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock

AWS announced updates to Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock, which is a new capability announced at AWS re:Invent 2023 that allows organizations to provide information from their own private data sources to improve relevancy of responses.  According to AWS, there have been significant improvements since the launch, such as the introduction of Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ClimateTriage

ClimateTriage is a specialized platform aimed at connecting developers with open technologies that aim to manage and stabilize our natural resources. This platform, built on a statically exported Next.js framework, aims to streamline the process for developers to find and join impactful sustainability projects. The collaboration between the Open Sustainable Technology community and the … continue reading

Docker, Neo4j, LangChain, and Ollama launch GenAI stack for devs

Docker announced a new GenAI Stack in partnership with Neo4j, LangChain, and Ollama during its annual DockerCon developer conference keynote. This GenAI Stack is designed to help developers quickly and easily build generative AI applications without searching for and configuring various technologies. It includes pre-configured components like large language models (LLMs) from Ollama, vector and … continue reading

SmartBear launches SwaggerHub Portal to promote API adoption

SmartBear launched SwaggerHub Portal, a new feature for customizing consumer-facing documentation to promote API adoption.  This developer-centric tool enables API providers to create personalized landing pages, offering consumers comprehensive resources for easy API implementation. The SwaggerHub Portal integrates with SwaggerHub, a popular API design and documentation tool, as well as Explore, an API client supporting … continue reading

KubeCon 2022: GitLab announces new Security and Governance updates, Slim.AI launches Container Intelligence, Sigstore announces free software signing service, and more

More exciting new releases and product updates were revealed today as KubeCon 2022 continues.  GitLab announces new Security and Governance updates GitLab today announced new enhancements to its Security and Governance solution which aims to help organizations integrate security and compliance in every step of the software development lifecycle as well as secure their software … continue reading

KubeCon 2022: CNCF announces certified products, launches Kubernetes360, and more

KubeCon 2022 kicked off today both in person and virtually. With this comes several new product releases and infrastructure updates.  CNCF announces first products under its certification program The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has unveiled the first set of certified products as part of the Cloud Native Network Function (CNF) Certification Program. First announced … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Quickwit

Quickwit is an open-source search engine on object storage with subsecond latency for large datasets.  The project made by the authors of the Rust search engine library tantivy recently raised $2.6 million in a seed round co-led by FirstMark and firstminute with many more participants.  Quickwit 0.2 was launched in January with new features such … continue reading

Microsoft contributes features to Flutter for foldable devices

Microsoft has made some announcements regarding its support for developing for foldable devices with Flutter. MediaQuery now has Display Features, which are parts of the display that can be obstructed by hardware features, such as the hinge on the Surface Duo.  When users switch over to the master channel on their local Flutter setup, they … continue reading

6 steps to upskill developers

When software engineering leaders need new skills, they often look to hire people who already have those skills. However, when it comes to modern cloud architectures and languages, those people are hard to find.  Recent Gartner research has found that there are a high number of open positions for people with advanced development skills, but … continue reading

Empower developers for broader role

As companies steadily move toward increased agility, the software supply chain can no longer afford to follow the old assembly-line model: Specialists who once focused their efforts solely on developing code have seen their roles expand to that of generalist. With governance, security and quality assurance professionals less commonplace in the industry, developers now integrate … continue reading Protection Status