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Deno makes the case for server side rendering

Deno, maker of an JavaScript/Typescript runtime for use outside the browser as an alternative to Node.js, has published a rationale for applications that do server side rendering...

What changed? New Relic thinks it can help with the eternal DevOps question

New Relic's Change Tracking feature - now generally available - is intended to help DevOps engineers to answer the question, 'what changed', when confronted with an application...
CloudBees buys Electric Cloud

Netlify acquires Gatsby Inc, with focus on plugin ecosystem and Valhalla content hub

Netlify has acquired Gatsby Inc, the San Francisco based company which is also steward of the open source Gatsby.js framework. Netlify has promised to be “good stewards...
stolen credentials

GitHub revokes stolen code-signing certs, invalidates some versions of Atom and GitHub Desktop for...

GitHub reports that a “set of encrypted code-signing certificates” were exfiltrated from private repositories used in the planning and development of GitHub Desktop, a GUI utility for...
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Docker BuildKit 0.11 adds supply chain security features and more

Docker has added supply chain security features to BuildKit, the build component of the Docker Engine, including provenance attestation and the ability to generate SBOMs (Software Bill...

The biggest blocker to DevSecOps? Security teams and devs not getting on: Report

A new DevSecOps survey of enterprises says that only 28 percent of CISOs are confident that production applications are fully tested – with the biggest barrier to...

Spring developers excited about Project Loom and Spring Native – but SOAP hangs on

VMware has released its annual survey of Spring developers, finding high interest in Project Loom (lightweight threads for Java) and enthusiasm for Spring Native, which compiles Java...
Angry Penguin

EU’s proposed CE mark for software could have dire impact on open source

The EU’s proposed Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), which aims to “bolster cybersecurity rules to ensure more secure hardware and software products,” could have severe unintended consequences for...

Rust has no formal specification and it is time that was fixed, says team...

The Rust team will work on formalizing its type system under a process expected to be complete by the end of 2027, according to a post on...

New Visual Studio preview has intent-based suggestions, spell check and Markdown editor but devs...

Microsoft has released preview 3 of Visual Studio 17.5, with new features including a spell checker for comments, “intent-based suggestions", and a rich Markdown editor by default,...