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Julia Schmidt is an editor for devClass and organises event content. Before that she reported on software development, organised conferences and worked as an engineer and software developer.
pulumi

Pulumi reaches 3.0, celebrates by turning into “cloud engineering platform”

Infrastructure as code outfit Pulumi is rebranding its infra product as a cloud engineering platform that lets teams build, deploy, and manage their cloud applications and infrastructure...
LLVM 12

Engage! LLVM 12 gets ready for next-gen processors

Compiler infrastructure project LLVM 12 is now available for downloading. The release comes more than a month later than expected due to some show stopping bugs but...
cri-o 1.21

Cri-o genesis: Project bumps version up to 1.21, adds more customisation to the mix

Kubernetes container runtime cri-o has made the jump to version 1.21, which sees the project used in platforms such as OpenShift gain a couple of stability enhancements...
puppet automation

The only way is up: Puppet’s cloud-infra automation platform Relay hits GA

With on-premises taken care of, Puppet used 2020 to present its first focused foray into cloud-infrastructure automation by unleashing Relay on willing beta testers. A good 10...
break point

Break point: Sonatype, Spring, Logz.io, GitLab, Diamanti, and HPE Ezmeral

Software supply chain management tooling company Sonatype had a busy week, announcing the acquisition of code analysis platform MuseDev as well as new products Nexus Container and...

Eclipse sends out first release train of the year, provides mainly clean-ups for old...

The Eclipse 2021-03 release train has reached the station with version 4.19 of the Eclipse IDE in tow, which fits the development environment with a whole bunch...

Java 16 is here, though Oracle rep sees no need to rush updates

JDK 16, the implementation of v16 of the Java SE Platform, has landed bang on time, providing developers with refined language features and a finished packaging tool...
Git

Under-the-hood tweaks: Git goes for speed and user experience in 2.31 release

After a quick update to keep installations secure last week, the team behind version control system git has now pushed feature release 2.31 into the open, providing...

Google tries to turn over new LEAF for audio classification tasks

Researchers of Google’s AI division have come up with a reworked approach to audio classification tasks, aiming for improved performance and better adaptability for a range of...
Linkerd 2.10

Linkerd 2.10 sheds MBs, introduces extensions and opaque ports

Security-focused service mesh Linkerd 2.10 is now available with the promise of bringing the default control plane down to 200MB at startup. The change is down to...