Cybersecurity pros have a new online resource, the RSAC Marketplace, which its creators describe as "the equivalent of a year-round RSA expo."
The latest update of Java on Visual Studio Code is focused on improving the code editor's debugging and testing features.
The team behind the KrakenD stateless, distributed, high-performance API gateway that enables microservices adoption, announced this week that the Linux Foundation will host the continued development of the gateway as the Lura Project.
The Eclipse Foundation's Native Working Group announces the release of Eclipse ioFog 2.0, an open-source solution for deploying and orchestrating containerized cloud applications to the Edge.
JetBrains announcs the first Kotlin feature release of the year, Kotlin 1.5.0, which comes with a host of stable new features, including JVM records, sealed interfaces, inline classes, and the new default JVM IR compiler.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5, a year in the making, provides a unified management center for organizations that need a single set of tools for running IT operations on-premises or in the cloud.
Software intelligence company Dynatrace and software development and collaboration tools provider Atlassian have expanded their strategic partnership around Atlassian's Open DevOps initiative.
Red Hat adds new functionality to Java for Visual Studio Code via a new language support extension.
Object Computing announces the 1.0.0 release of the Micronaut Blueprint for JHipster, dubbed "MHipster," for Java developers, helping them deploy their applications to production quickly.
An update of the GraalVM high-performance Java environment, GraalVM 21.1, is now available, introduces new experimental binaries based on JDK 16.0.1.
The open-source bare metal provisioning platform known as Tinkerbell has been growing its feature set since it joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) sandbox program a year ago, belying its diminutive name with sizeable new capabilities.
A new open-source build of the popular Visual Studio Code (VS Code) editor stripped of Microsoft customizations and released under a "real" open-source license is now available.
Software development toolmaker JetBrains announces updates of its popular IntelliJ IDEA integrated development environment (IDE), its RubyMine IDE for Ruby on Rails (RoR), and a new coding collaboration service.
Gitpod announces new support for VS Code, its first community event, and some serious venture support.
SCOTUS rules that Google did not commit copyright infringement when it used 37 Java APIs in its Android OS without Oracle's permission.
CI/CD platform provider CircleCI is adding new features to its namesake platform based on the Arm architecture and a collaboration with AWS).
Platform9 has released the latest version of its SaaS-managed service that combines OpenStack and Kubernetes.
Zoom, the cloud-based video conferencing platform, has released new software development kits that allow devs to leverage the platform's HD video, audio, and interactive features to build video-based apps with native user interfaces.
The 4th annual Call for Code Global Challenge, which invites software developers from around the world to create open-source solutions to combat climate change, got underway this week.
The Eclipse Foundation announced the release of the Eclipse Jetty 11 Java web server and servlet container, which is fully compatible with the Jakarta EE 9 Servlet specifications.