20 years of TIOBE Programming Community Index — Go gets a...

The July 2021 edition of the TIOBE Programming Community Index is out, and things are a bit crowded at the top. 

Java 17 dons features for safe, concise code; Oracle changes JDK...

Java 17 reference implementation JDK 17 as well as GPL-licensed OpenJDK builds have been made available this week. The first long-term support...

Apache Cassandra 4.0 crosses the finish line with virtual tables, additional...

Six years after the last major release, Apache Cassandra 4.0 has finally been pushed into the open. The 4.0 release of the...

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...

OpenSSF introduces policy enforcement app Allstar to keep GitHub projects secure

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has made another step towards its vision of a secure OS ecosystem by turning its knowledge...

Break point: Qt, GitLab, Windows containers, Sauce Labs, Neovim, and Open...

The Qt team has entered the beta phase of its work on the highly anticipated version 6.2 of the library. Users are...

TestRail 7.2 changes tooling to turn charts interactive

Test management platform TestRail is now available in version 7.2 and provides testers with the option to jump from dashboard to product...

New compiler and WebAssembly support feature in updated Kotlin roadmap

The Kotlin team at JetBrains has updated its roadmap for 2021 and beyond, with highlights including the new Kotlin compiler, support for...

Break point: Cycloid, Istio, Sumo Logic, FastAI.jl, O3DE, PyTorch Lightning, and...

DevOps tooling company Cycloid launched infrastructure-as-code product Infra Import into beta this week. The tool is based on the company’s open-source project...

WebAssembly runtime Wasmer kicks into turbo for 2nd major release of...

WebAssembly runtime Wasmer is available in version 2.0. Just six months after the first major release hit, the Wasmer team is back...