Kids programming language Scratch nails top 20 in latest dev rankings

Kids’ favourite programming language Scratch has scraped its way into Tiobe top 20 ranking of the world’s programming languages.

Paul Cormier takes over as Red Hat CEO cites DEC as...

Red Hat finally said goodbye to longtime CEO Jim Whitehurst today, and announced erstwhile product supremo Paul Cormier as his replacement.

Users love using software components with known vulns more than ever,...

Over half of projects hosted on GitLab.com included components with “known vulnerabilities”, research by the DevOps vendor has shown.

Now you can search code like a Googler…as long as it’s...

Google has given devs, and anyone else who’s interested, the ability to delve deep into its open source projects, by launching code...

What’s the point: Azure gets edgy over 5G, Canonical talks apps,...

Microsoft has announced a preview of Azure Edge Zones to help companies and developers to gear up for the onset of 5G....

AWS says Amazon Detective no longer under cover and is ready...

After its initial unveiling at re:invent 2019, security data analysis service Amazon Detective is now available to AWS customers.

Eclipse’s Theia sees 1.0, declared ‘not your parents’ IDE’

The Eclipse Foundation has pinned a 1.0 designation on its Theia IDE platform, which aims to allow devs to build their applications...

DataStax throws arms around Apache Cassandra, offers it an operator

DataStax has moved to repair bridges with the Apache Cassandra community with the unveiling of a Kubernetes operator and a commitment to...

GitLab asks customers to help it open source a raft of...

GitLab is open sourcing 18 features that were previously only available to its paying users, after CEO Sid Sijbrandij apparently personally audited...

OpenTelemetry looks for early-adopters as project starts beta move

The team behind OpenTelemetry has announced the observability project’s move into beta phase, giving the starting signal for integration into applications for...