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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.
Honeycomb Metrics

Honeycomb makes room for metrics as observability space grows and thrives

With a recent update to its product, debugger for live production systems Honeycomb has finally submitted to sprinkling metrics over its event-based approach.  Honeycomb...
data

D3 7.0 to boost compatibility with Node.js by going all-in on ECMAScript modules

Popular data visualisation library D3 just received a major version bump, improving compatibility with JavaScript runtime environment Node.js. Svelte creator Rich Harris nudged the...
Go cloud computing

No more cloning: VS Code gets remote repositories extension

Instead of having to clone a repository in order for developers to review their colleagues’ code, Visual Studio Code users can now get working directly from the...
break point

Break point: Waypoint, Docker Desktop, Facebook, React, and Weave GitOps Core

Just shortly before kicking off the EU version of its user conference, DevOps tooling specialist HashiCorp announced version 0.4 of its continuous delivery project, Waypoint. The open...
HashiConf Day2, HashiCorp Packer

Out with the old: HashiCorp announces HCP Packer, on-prem tools start throwing out their...

After making infrastructure as code project Terraform the star of HashiConf on day 1, day two was all about machine image building tool Packer.
Illustration of an alert appearing over someone's laptop

Grafana 8 centralizes alert management, simplifies query troubleshooting

After having drawn attention to itself for switching project licences earlier this year, Grafana Labs is back with major updates to its tracing backend Tempo and observability...
Terraform 1.0

Internet down, infrastructure as code up: Terraform 1.0 finally lands

While the rest of the internet ground to a halt due to a hiccup at CDN Fastly, HashiConf Europe went ahead on YouTube to give users what...
Xcode cloud

Finally. It has happened to Xcode: Apple IDE gets hooked up to new CI/CD...

Apple’s WWDC has come and gone, giving devs a new Xcode to plunge into and finally providing them with an integrated way to leap into a golden...
Git

Got typos? Git 2.32 lands, finally offers way to reword commits

The team behind version control tool Git have pushed version 2.32 into the open, upping the ante on usability and continuing their work towards an overall faster...
break point

Break point: Ktor, Icinga for Windows, Cloudera, PolarDB, and Delta Sharing

Kotlin creator JetBrains has updated its Ktor framework for building Kotlin clients and servers. Version 1.6 sees the tool ending some long-standing issues by adding the option...