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All hands on deck: Log4j team rethinks defaults to help prevent Log4Shell – how to know if it affects you

The team behind Java logging framework Log4j has reworked the standard behaviour of its project slightly and made […]

Break point: GitLab, Ent, Kuma, Databricks, Pyston, and Docker

GitLab dropped its monthly slew of security fixes this week. In particular, teams using the tool’s DataDog integration […]

Break point: Ktor, Icinga for Windows, Cloudera, PolarDB, and Delta Sharing

Kotlin creator JetBrains has updated its Ktor framework for building Kotlin clients and servers. Version 1.6 sees the […]

Break point: TypeScript 4.3, Red Hat, Databricks AutoML, GitHub OpenTelemetry, Digital.ai and CDK for Terraform

Microsoft has made available TypeScript 4.3, the latest release of its programming language that builds on JavaScript and […]

What’s the point: Electron, Puppet, OpsRamp, S3, and Databricks

Electron 11 is now available and comes with support for Apple’s M1 chips, improved performance when sending wide […]

TensorWho? MLflow cozies up with PyTorch, goes for universal tracking

To coincide with PyTorch Developer Day, data analytics biz Databricks has released version 1.12 of machine learning platform […]

What’s the point: Qt, Ruby, GitLab pricing, Databricks, TabNet, Icinga, and Ambassador

Ruby creator promises major release for Christmas Ruby creator Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto has informed the community around his […]

Databricks hands MLflow to Linux Foundation, speeds up Delta Lake, and pushes pandas on Spark forward

Data science conference Spark+AI Summit is still in full swing. Organised by Spark experts Databricks, it naturally lent […]

MLflow smooths out natural language processing and Microsoft support in 1.8 release

Databricks’ machine learning platform MLflow has learned to play nice with AzureML and spaCy models, making v1.8 ready […]

Databricks tries making data sources more digestible

Databricks has introduced new features and a Data Ingestion Network in a bid to provide an “easy and […]