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JetBrains introduces RustRover IDE, abandons open source Rust plugin

JetBrains has released an early access preview of RustRover, a fresh IDE for Rust. Rust support is not […]

Fermyon previews new spin on Serverless AI via Wasm

Fermyon, specialists in WebAssembly (Wasm) microservices, has introduced a new serverless AI platform, in association with Kubernetes hosting […]

Microsoft hits GA with Dev Box, already in use internally but pricey for the rest of us

Microsoft has reached general availability with Dev Box, a pre-configured remote desktop for developers, but with both VM […]

AWS Finch: Why the cloud giant created a new open source macOS client for container development

At the recent AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, Principal Engineer Phil Estes and Principal Technologist Jesse Butler gave […]

Interview: Why AWS prefers VMs for code isolation, and tips on developing for Lambda

At last week’s re:Invent in Las Vegas, DevClass caught up Anthony Liguori, AWS Distinguished Engineer to talk about […]

JetBrains aims to boost Kotlin/Native with better garbage collection

The Kotlin team at JetBrains has detailed plans to implement a new memory management approach for Kotlin/Native, its […]

GraalVM 21 serves up Espresso for speed and isolation

Oracle’s universal VM project GraalVM is now available in version 21, introducing an experimental Java Virtual Machine implementation […]

Can you buy cool? Besuited VMware gives it a go, confirms intent to acquire SaltStack

Virtualisation specialist VMware has just revealed plans to buy infrastructure automation software provider SaltStack, which is mostly known […]