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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.

IPython 8.0 out now with slimmer code base, enhanced coding experience

Interactive Python toolkit IPython has slimmed down a bit, gained some enhancements for readability and debugging, and is […]

Is the CUE language the future of the app delivery ecosystem? Maybe let’s understand it first

If you’ve had an attentive eye on your favourite container tech person’s social media account over the last […]

Flink ML 2.0 paves way for better usability with algorithm implementations and Python SDK

After putting the project through a major refactoring and giving it a new home, the team behind machine […]

Git over here! Visual Studio 17.1 Preview 2 bulks up on version control features

Visual Studio users who have been struggling with the IDE’s integration of the version control system Git can […]

Elixir team advances numerical computing project, plans more machine learning additions

After 14 months of work, the developers behind multi-dimensional tensor library Nx have decided to cut their first […]

Break point: TeamCity, Harvester, Brigade, .NET MAUI, and Crossplane

Welcome to the first break point of the year! We hope you had a nice break and wish […]

BumbleBee ascents to help eBPF programmers with user space code and distribution

API gateway and service mesh company Solo.io started the year with open sourcing BumbleBee, a project meant to […]

TIOBE Programming Language of the year 2021 title goes to Python (again)

For the second time in a row, Python has been crowned the programming language of the year by […]

NumPy 1.22 kicks off windows/arm64 support, completes main annotation work

After more than a half year of work, the NumPy team has released version 1.22 of the scientific […]

Welcome to the remote life: GitLab 14.6 lets Geo see off site-specific URLs

GitLab 14.6 is now ready for downloading. With its last release of 2021, the GitLab team tried to […]