Diffblue makes a free version of its AI-powered Java unit testing solution available for developers on open source software projects.
Version 1.0 of the new debugger for Python in Visual Studio Code (VS Code), called Debugpy, shows up in the latest update of the popular Python tooling for the open source, cross-platform code editor.
For the first time since 2001, Java and C++ are not occupying one of the two top spots in the TIOBE Programming Community Index.
The Open Software Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has created three courses on developing secure software, which are being offered for free as part of the Secure Software Development Fundamentals Professional Certificate program, on the nonprofit edX learning platform.
Application performance monitoring (APM) solutions provider Instana adds PHP and Python to the list of languages supported by its continuous production profiler.
Carbon Relay announces key enhancements of its flagship artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) platform.
Oracle publishes its last Critical Patch Update of 2020, including 402 patches across its product groups, but only 8 vulnerabilities affecting Java SE, the highest CVSS score of which was 5.3.
New security solution surfaces vulnerabilities in third-party code used in the development of custom applications.
Linus Torvalds this week announced the first release candidate of version 5.10 of the Linux kernel (Linux 5.10-rcl), a release that also marks the end of the feature merge window for this EOY 2020 kernel.
Automated IT and security solutions provider Ivanti today announces two additions to its Neurons "hyper-automation" platform: Neurons for Patch Intelligence and Neurons for Spend Intelligence.
The results of a new survey suggest that a growing number of security and development professionals are convinced of the value of Security Champions programs.
At the launch of its annual EclipseCon conference, underway online this week, the Eclipse Foundation published the results of its 2020 IoT Developer Survey.
Online course provider Pluralsight made numerous announcements at its Pluralsight LIVE virtual event last week around its technology skills and engineering management platform, unveiled a new strategic partnership, and announced a key acquisition.
Red Hat announces an integration of its Ansible automation solution with its OpenShift Kubernetes container platform, making it easier to automate tasks among traditional on-prem and emerging cloud-native infrastructures.
Authentication solution provider Okta has extended its Okta Devices Platform Service capabilities to developers via the Okta Devices SDK, which provides packaged tooling to build passwordless sign-in flows through branded push notifications with biometric capabilities, minimizing friction for end-users and increasing security posture.
Gitpod is joining forces with GitLab to provide native integration with GitLab's UI, the two organizations announced last week.
Cloud security provider Accurics announced a new GitHub app designed to further automate the programmatic enforcement of security policies throughout the software development workflow.
ZeroNorth announces a new set of capabilities for its SaaS-based security platform aimed at removing friction between security and DevOps teams by making security "integral and transparent" within the SDLC.
Sumo Logic's fourth annual Illuminate user conference, virtual this year because of the pandemic, wrapped up yesterday after two days of educational sessions, expert keynotes, and product and initiative announcements.
CloudBees recently announced a new set of DevSecOps capabilities for its continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) solutions, including feature flag integration within the CI and CD environments, which the company is billing as an industry first.