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Docker will include Kubernetes in the box

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Docker announced today it will integrate an “unmodified” version of Google’s Kubernetes container-orchestration tool as a native part of Docker. Docker said the Kubernetes integration will be available as a beta...

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What’s new in TypeScript 2.6

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Version 2.6 of Microsoft’s TypeScript language has moved to a release candidate stage. The new release of the typed superset of JavaScript features improvements such as increased strictness to help...

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Gluon brings AI developers self-tuning machine learning

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Deep learning systems have long been tough to work with, due to all the fine-tuning and knob-twiddling needed to get good results from them. Gluon is a joint effort by...

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What is Grafeas? Better auditing for containers

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The software we run has never been more difficult to vouchsafe than it is today. It is scattered between local deployments and cloud services, built with open source components that...

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‘Universal’ Windows development adds .Net Standard 2.0 support

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Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (UWP), an attempt to foster development of apps across multiple devices all running Windows 10, now supports the .Net Standard 2.0 specification for .Net unification. But...

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What’s new at GitHub: dependency management, security alerts

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GitHub is adding several services to its popular code-sharing site to help developers manage dependencies and improve security. GitHub dependency graph service With the dependency graph service, GitHub will use...

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Kotlin could overtake Java on Android next year

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Kotlin is on its way to overtaking Java on that mobile platform, claims mobile database maker Realm. Realm performed an anonymized assessment of 100,000 developers using its database and which languages...

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What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.17

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The September 2017 release of Visual Studio Code, aka version 1.17, has arrived with a number of significant updates. Among the many improvements, the upgrade to Microsoft’s open source code...

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Java microservices profile gets fault-tolerance capabilities

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The Eclipse Foundation’s MicroProfile project to add microservices to enterprise Java has released MicroProfile 1.2, which adds capabilities for fault tolerance and security. New features in MicroProfile 1.2 A fault-tolerance...

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Apple’s Swift is losing developers to multiplatform frameworks

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When Apple’s Swift language for MacOS and iOS development debuted in June 2014 as the modern successor to Objective-C, Swift began to gain a foothold with developers. But now Swift is actually slipping...