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Julia Schmidt

Julia Schmidt previously worked as editor of devClass. Before that she reported on software development, organised conferences, and worked as an engineer and software developer.

Rust 1.59 serves devs inline assembly and automatic debuginfo-shaving

Rust 1.59 has landed, providing developers with more stability, a way to create smaller binaries, and support for […]

No tokens for you: GitLab flings out critical security patches

DevOps platform provider GitLab has released critical security updates 14.8.2, 14.7.4, and 14.6.5, strongly recommending users to upgrade […]

Break point: GitHub, Istio, Snyk, SQLite, Vitesse, and Twist

GitHub opened its database of open source-related CVEs and security advisories for community contributions this week. The company […]

GitLab put focus on security for v14.8 improvements

GitLab 14.8 has made its way into the open with security improvements and slight UI enhancements in tow. […]

C# team looks for feedback on parameter null-checking and list pattern features

With Visual Studio 17.1 being available, developers with a knack for C# programming now also have access to […]

C23 is shaping up: New keywords and fixed assert to land in updated standard

Another virtual meeting of the C programming language working group has come and gone, and with at least […]

Chris Lattner cuts last ties to Swift project

Chris Lattner, the mind behind compiler infrastructure project LLVM and Apple’s Swift language, has left the Swift core […]

Grafana 8.4 gives maintainers a break with mute timings

After a somewhat meagre update in December, the Grafana team went full steam ahead and now present version […]

The stack it is a-changin’: Podman 4.0 features rewritten network stack in prep of things to come

Red Hat’s open source tool for pod management, Podman, has received an extensive network stack overhaul, prompting the […]

Break point: Cassandra, Elastic, GitHub, KubeOne, New Relic, and CNCF

Users of Apache Cassandra who haven’t updated their systems in the last couple of days should consider an […]