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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.

You like to move it, move it? VS Code 1.64 has just the thing for you

Visual Studio Code recently received its monthly update, presenting devs with a need to customise with an array […]

Python testing tool makes strides to shed old dependencies as v7.0 rises

The team responsible for Python testing framework pytest has steered 960 commit strong version 7.0 across the finish […]

Update alert: GitLab and Argo CD push out fixes for new high severity issues

GitLab and the Argo CD project have released a number of security fixes, strongly recommending users to upgrade […]

Break point: Go, Delta Lake, Open Service Mesh, Swift, glibc and Elastic

Thanks to lots of feedback for the first Go 1.18 beta, the Go team was able to identify […]

TensorFlow 2.8 lends hand at text processing, continues to lure devs onto more powerful hardware

Machine learning practitioners with an interest in hardware acceleration can find some new things to try in the […]

Qt rethinks commercial licensing, so you can distribute apps after your license has expired

The Qt Company, purveyor of the Qt GUI framework and tooling, has tried to make its commercial licensing […]

Firecrackers return, as microVM version 1.0 finally strikes

What’s good enough for serverless cornerstone AWS Lambda seems finally to be good enough for other production environments […]

The future is looking stable: Prometheus 2.33 promotes PromQL experiments and remote write receivers

Over the last couple of years, the monitoring system and time series database Prometheus has slowly but surely […]

As good as new: Serverless Framework 3.0 emerges thoroughly cleansed, fitted with stage parameters

While the Serverless Framework project provides a reliable stream of small regular updates, new features have become somewhat […]

Break point: Notepad++, Traefik, Charmed Kubeflow, Vulkan, Google Cloud Deploy, and Rancher Desktop

With critical issues taken care of, Notepad++ 8.2.2 is now available thus allowing users of the text and […]