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Joe Fay

Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.

Fedora Project lead targets design, packaging in ten year vision

Fedora Project leader Matthew Miller has sketched out a five to ten year vision for the Red Hat sponsored project, and claimed it risks becoming “a barely-differentiated...
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Google says nature of APIs under threat as Oracle case heads to US Supreme...

Google has claimed that the very nature of software APIs would be under threat if the US Supreme Court rules in favour of Oracle in the two...

Continuous Delivery Foundation looks to build in Microsoft, further projects

The Continuous Delivery Foundation is looking to draw in more members and projects as it heads towards its first birthday, with Microsoft top of the organisation’s hit...
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GitLab unwraps security, AWS integration in (final?) release of 2019

GitLab has put security front and centre in what should be this year’s last release of its Dev/Sec/Ops/everything platform. Just released GitLab 12.6 now...

After a year of acquisitions CloudBees looks at portfolio, says ‘it’s complicated’

CloudBees is contemplating how to overhaul its technology portfolio in 2020, after a series of acquisitions that saw it expand beyond its roots in the Jenkins community.
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JetBrains makes a list, checks it twice, says indexing, new workflows would be very...

JetBrains has put improved performance and accommodating modern workflows at the top of its end of year wish list for IntelliJ and its other IDEs.
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A Cloud Guru swallows Linux Academy, as Scotch.io pours itself into Digital Ocean

Devs’ choice of online training providers narrowed a little this week, as Linux Academy was swallowed by A Cloud Guru, and developer community cum tutorial site Scotch.io...

Intel burns $2bn to draw in Habana for AI silicon rollout

Intel has spent another $2bn to build out its AI processor portfolio, with the purchase of Israel-based startup Habana Labs. Habana has two processor...

Linux Foundation takes aim at NOS segment, opens up DENT

The Linux Foundation has unwrapped an effort to develop a close to the edge network operating system with the backing of online retail giant Amazon, amongst others.

CircleCI CEO: We’ll spread the data in nut-free expansion strategy

When CI/CD tools vendors get an influx of cash, they tend to do three things. Firstly, expand geographically, typically to London/Europe if they’re US-based. Secondly, they up...