The latest major release from Apache Storm introduces some new changes and improvements. Apache Storm v2.0.0 rearchitects from Clojure to pure Java and improves user performance with a new high-performance core. See what’s new and migrate to the latest version.
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Container adoption continues to grow, according to the results of Portworx and Aqua Security’s annual research. The 2019 Container Adoption Survey reveals some trends about containers and what organizations use them for, and want from the technology. This year, security was a pressing topic of discussion. How does your team’s container usage compare to the survey results?
Rust continues to be a favorite for developers. In 2019, it polled as the number one most loved programming language in the StackOverflow dev survey. The latest stable release of Rust is here: v1.35.0. This release adds new implementations, new stable APIs, and some tweaks.
The latest open sourced tool from Facebook AI Research is Pythia, a deep learning framework designed to help with Visual Question Answering. It is built on top of the PyTorch framework and offers a modular design for building AI models. Take a peek at the research involved.
The Kubernetes tools just don’t stop coming. Kyma is a flexible open source project donated by SAP that uses a set of cloud-native components and services for extending Kubernetes. It contains an application connector and service catalog for helping you and your team solve challenges.
Want to help support a developer? Say thanks to an open source developer with the new feature from GitHub: GitHub Sponsors. Currently in limited beta phase, this feature allows users to financially support a developer via a recurring monthly subscription. As an added bonus, GitHub is matching donations 100%.
The latest release of HashiCorp’s Terraform is here. Version 0.12 overhauls the language, adding several improvements and changes. New features include first-class expression syntax, a generalized type system, iteration constructs, and more. Follow the upgrade guide to begin.
A new open source Kubernetes distribution has been announced by the software consultancy Kinvolk. Lokomotiv is a full-stack Kubernetes distribution that aims to be secure and stable. It uses modified forked code from Typhoon and is built to run on top of Flatcar Linux.
The latest release candidate for TypeScript is now available: TypeScript 3.5 RC. This release fixes a previous problem in TypeScript 3.4 regarding speed regressions. It also introduces some new improvements, optimizations, and features, including the Omit helper type.
What happens when you bring Swift and WebAssembly together? Meet SwiftWasm: a work in progress that aims to compile your Swift code to WebAssembly. The aim of this project is so that developers may create Swift apps that run in the browser. There are plenty of issues that need fixing and hurdles to overcome; could you help with its development?
The 13th project from Hyperledger is here. It’s neither a blockchain nor an application: it’s Hyperledger Aries. This new infrastructure is currently under incubation and aims to be an interface layer for creating and signing secure peer-to-peer blockchain transactions.
What’s new in VS Code’s monthly update? The April 2019 (version 1.34) release adds a preview for remote development extensions, an update to CodeLens, some bug fixes, and a new terminate all tasks command. Check out some of the highlights.
Ready to create a little chaos? xMatters newly open sourced their internal chaos engineering tool. Cthulhu helps developers by automating cross-platform software failure testing. It detects failures automatically and self-heals back to a normal state.
Quarkus version 0.15.0 is here, with a few major changes and some bug fixes. Take a look at what’s new for this container-first Kubernetes native Java stack. Be sure to also say hello to the new logo, made with the concept of supersonic subatomic Java in mind.