CodeCatalyst introduced at re:Invent: One-stop DevOps for AWS… on AWS

AWS has released new development tools for building serverless applications. AWS CodeCatalyst, now in preview, sets up new projects complete with a...

Microsoft releases .NET 7 spanning Windows to WebAssembly, but can it keep up with the modern web platform?

Microsoft has released .NET 7, along with a flurry of updates to related frameworks and tools, including C# 11, F# 7, Entity...

GitHub has hit $1bn revenue and 90m users, says Microsoft CEO on 4th anniversary of acquisition

“Four years since our acquisition, GitHub is now at $1 billion in annual recurring revenue,” reported Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella yesterday, speaking...

Google introduces Cloud developer workstations with a JetBrains flavor – but cannot avoid Visual Studio Code

Google has introduced Cloud Workstations as part of its Cloud Next online event, competing with other online developer environments like GitPod, GitHub...

State of DevOps report 2022: for secure software, team culture counts more than technology

Google’s DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) team has published its 2022 State of DevOps report, finding a drop in what it calls...

AssemblyScript project: WASI damages open standards and the web

The AssemblyScript project has declared WASI (The WebAssembly System Interface) and the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) support for it to be...

GitHub Trending tab gets temporary reprieve after users perplexed and upset by threatened removal

Microsoft-owned GitHub landed an unwelcome surprise on its developer community before the weekend by greeting users of its list of trending repositories...

Apple eases subscription path to Xcode Cloud to keep devs in the ecosystem

Apple has opened subscriptions for Xcode Cloud, a continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) service designed to work with Xcode, the official IDE...

GitLab DevOps survey: Water-scrum-fall on the rise?

GitLab has released its annual DevOps survey, based this time on just over 5,000 respondents – up from 4,300 last time round....

Astro web framework 1.0 released: a route back to multi-page applications

The Astro team has released version 1.0, noting that organisations which already have some deployments built with this web framework include Google’s...

Npm security update: All packages re-signed, get used to ‘npm audit signatures’

The npm package repository, operated by Microsoft’s GitHub, has had all packages re-signed with the ECDS (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature) Algorithm, which...

JetBrains Space on-premises released in beta, Kubernetes all-but required

JetBrains has released a beta version of Space on-premises. Space is described as an “all in one solution...

Zig-based Bun appears in beta: ‘An incredibly fast all-in-one JavaScript runtime’

A new JavaScript/TypeScript runtime called Bun promises exceptional performance, with its own benchmarks showing three times more HTTP requests per second than...

AWS supporting Azure DevOps with container migration service for Java and .NET

AWS is showing that there is no such thing as a competitor when it comes to making it easier for customers to...

Rust applications previewed on Azure Sphere – a ‘lifeline’ for embedded systems, says Microsoft

Microsoft has previewed Rust-based applications on Azure Sphere, its platform for cloud-connected devices. Azure Sphere is formed of...

Jamstack pioneer Matt Biilmann on Web 3, Deno, and why e-commerce needs the composable web

Interview Matt Biilmann, co-founder of Netlify and one of the originators of the Jamstack (JavaScript, API and Markup) approach to web development,...