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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.
break point

Break point: GraalVM, Crystal, cri-o, Google Cloud, and Jira

The team behind multi-language runtime GraalVM has pushed out version 21.2 of its project. Besides updating the underlying OpenJDK versions, it fitted GraalVM with basic Java Flight...
Node-RED 2.0

Node-RED 2.0 frees itself from Node.js of old, gets flow debugger and linter

Visual low-code programming tool for event-driven applications Node-RED has made the jump to version 2.0, getting a bit lighter in the process.  Node-RED is...
Sysdig Apolicy acquisition

Sysdig announces plans to acquire Apolicy, moves into IaC space

Since many security breaches are down to configuration errors, cloud native security company Sysdig has decided to bulk up on infrastructure as code expertise and enter an...
devops

Platform teams to the rescue: 10th State of DevOps report sees adoption get stuck...

Puppet just released its 10th State of DevOps report, and though 83 per cent of surveyed IT decision-makers state they’re implementing DevOps practices, there is still some...
distributed learning

LF AI & Data gets new incubator projects to simplify distributed learning

Linux Foundation subsidiary LF AI & Data Foundation has welcomed projects Substra and TonY into its incubator, increasing the number of projects working towards graduation to 21.

Break point: Icinga Web, Apache Spark, Platform9, Google Cloud, Go, Kubernetes, Aqua, and RiskIQ

Infrastructure monitoring company Icinga released version 2.9 of its monitoring web interface and framework Icinga Web. Aside from two security-related fixes, the update comes with support for...
spaCy 3.1

Molt bé: spaCy 3.1 learns Catalan, offers SpanCategorizer, and lets you tell it what’s...

A good half year after making its third major release available, the team behind natural language processing library spaCy is back with version 3.1 and trained pipelines...
break point

Break point: Qt, GitLab, Windows containers, Sauce Labs, Neovim, and Open 3D Engine

The Qt team has entered the beta phase of its work on the highly anticipated version 6.2 of the library. Users are called upon to take the...
pipeline

IBM fields CodeFlare to tempt data scientists looking to automate the machine learning process

IBM has decided to share its CodeFlare framework as an open-source project with the broader machine learning community. The aim: to simplify the scaling and integration of...
OPA 0.30

Open Policy Agent 0.30 lands, irons out some kinks

The team behind general-purpose policy engine Open Policy Agent (OPA) has pushed out version 0.30 (and 0.30.1 to make it run correctly) of the project, which should...