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Pulumi broadens reach by adding Java, YAML, and CrossCode translator

Infrastructure as code tool Pulumi is being extended with new language support for Java and YAML, as well […]

Kubernetes 1.24 ‘Stargazer’ release removes Dockershim, adds OpenAPI v3 in beta

The Kubernetes project has released version 1.24 of its ubiquitous container orchestration system, Stargazer – the first release […]

PyScript: Python embedded in HTML introduced at PyCon event

PyScript, a means of running Python in the browser embedded in HTML, was previewed at the PyCon event […]

Gitpod and JetBrains integrate to strengthen remote development offering

Developer tools company JetBrains and remote development provider Gitpod have co-developed tools which integrate the JetBrains IDEs, such […]

Enterprises using more Kubernetes across more clouds, but continue to find it challenging: report

A new “State of Kubernetes” report sponsored by VMware shows continuing strong growth for Kubernetes adoption, despite its […]

Istio will follow Knative to Cloud Native Computing Foundation, ending uncertainty over stewardship

Istio, a service mesh commonly used with Kubernetes to manage traffic between microservices, has been submitted to the […]

Asahi Linux, plus better VM support, makes Apple Silicon more compelling for devs

In November 2020 Apple introduced the M1 processor – an Arm-based chip marking the beginning of the transition […]

AWS goes live with Amplify Studio: Quick, cloud-hosted application building

AWS this week declared that Amplify Studio, a rapid application builder introduced in preview at the re:Invent conference […]

Microsoft revamps Visual Studio search – but misses long-standing request

Microsoft has previewed a new search feature for Visual Studio 2022 – but still with no way to […]

Node.js 18 released with prefix-only core modules, experimental fetch API, and more

The Node.js team has released version 18 of its server-side JavaScript runtime environment. This being an even-numbered release, […]