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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.
Rust Foundation

Rust turns over new leaf with own foundation, puts maintainers front and centre

After talking to lots of other foundations and sharing its plans in August 2020, the Rust Core team yesterday cut the ribbons on the Rust Foundation. 
Grafana Loki

Grafana 7.4 preps platform for next generation alerting, introduces content policy support

Analytics and monitoring platform Grafana is now available in version 7.4, giving teams the chance to play around with some experimental visualisations and data manipulation features.
What's the point

What’s the point: GitLab, HCP Consul, Sauce Labs, Kite, ASF, CNCF, and Netflix tech

GitLab’s monthly security updates are in, with the company strongly recommending a switch to versions 13.8.2, 13.7.6, or 13.6.6 to keep your system safe from seven issues...

Stuck with your Java monolith? Automatic refactoring might just be within reach

Microservices seem to have won the software architecture battle, but it’s not all green-field development, and breaking a monolith up into more manageable chunks can be quite...
Elastic License v2

Time to meet up with legal again: Elastic simplifies its home-brewed licence

Teams left puzzled by last month’s announcement of Elasticsearch and Kibana changing licences might have a new reason to consult legal, as the company behind both projects...
spaCy 3.0

Codification sneaks into the NLP space, as spaCy lib hits third major release

Natural Language Processing library spaCy 3.0 has been pushed into the open, bringing a slew of features worthy of a major release. spaCy was...
NumPy

Getting typed: NumPy hits 1.20, presents Python devs with lots to play with

NumPy users who thought that the scientific computing library could do well with proper type annotations are in luck: version 1.20 has just landed, is largely typed...
What's the point

What’s the point: Kong Gateway, pip, ASF, Vitess, OpenShift, and Docker

API gateway Kong Gateway has rolled out its 2.3 release. In addition to finally allowing teams to name their routes and services in a native character set...
Ambassador Cloud

With this cloud you are really spoiling us: Ambassador presents all new Telepresence to...

Telepresence users who’d like to share their development progress with fellow distributed team mates now have the chance to do so via the newly released Ambassador Cloud....
GitLab subscription change

GitLab platform gets rid of Bronze/Starter tier, melts Gold and Silver into Premium and...

DevOps platform provider GitLab has revealed controversial changes to its subscription system, which sees the company dropping its Bronze/Starter tier to free up resources, and going for...