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What’s new in Angular 13

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Angular 13, a planned upgrade to Google’s popular TypeScript-based web framework, continues to take shape, with eight beta releases published as of September 24, impacting areas such as the router,...

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Deis Labs unveils Hippo PaaS for WebAssembly

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Deis Labs, a creator of open source tools for cloud-native application development, has introduced Hippo, a self-hosted platform-as-a-service (PaaS) that promises to make it easier to build and run WebAssembly...

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The real value of continuous security scanning for cloud-based workloads

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These days cloud application developers are also security engineers. Who did not see this coming, given that application-level security is no longer an option? Also, we are pushing developers to...

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Easy racing bar charts in R with ddplot

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Racing bar charts can be a useful way to visualize comparative data over time. There are a number of ways to create them in R, including combining ggplot with gganimate or...

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6 great new Java features you don’t want to miss

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Java quietly underwent one of the biggest changes in its development in 2018 with the adoption of a new release cadence. This bold new plan resulted in Java developers getting...

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Swift 5.5 introduces async/await, structured concurrency, and actors

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Swift 5.5, the latest version of Apple-developed language intended to replace C-based languages, has been published with capabilities centering on concurrency and package collections. Described in a September 20 bulletin...

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Open source skills only got hotter during the pandemic

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A massive 92% of hiring managers reported difficulty finding and retaining enough open source talent this year, as competition for these skills gets fiercer. That’s according to the latest Open...

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Working with Azure Managed Instance for Cassandra

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Building cloud-native applications at scale requires choosing your stack carefully. One popular tool is Apache’s Cassandra project, a NoSQL database designed to scale rapidly without affecting application performance. It’s an...

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Get started with Go testing

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Modern programming languages include native tools for building and running unit tests on code bases. The Go language has its own such toolset, in the form of the testing module...

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Oracle v. Google: What the verdict means for open source

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The decade-long legal battle between two of the world’s largest tech companies has finally come to an end. The result was a victory for the open-source software community. In case...