Microsoft's second preview of Visual Studio 2022 provides a deeper look at the feature the company plans to provide in its latest IDE. As to be expected with software in development, there are also a few rough spots.
Turning microservices inside-out means moving past a single, request/response API to designing microservices with an inbound API for queries and commands, an outbound APIs to emit events, and a meta API to describe them both. A database can be supplemented with Apache Kafka via a connecting tissue such as Debezium.
A research team from Baidu published a paper on the 3.0 version of Enhanced Language RepresentatioN with Informative Entities (ERNIE), a natural language processing (NLP) deep-learning model. The model contains 10B parameters and achieved a new state-of-the-art score on the SuperGLUE benchmark, outperforming the human baseline score.
The CNCF-graduated project Envoy Proxy was recently announced as generally available on Windows. Starting with version 1.18.3, engineers can use the Envoy proxy on Windows for production workloads.
The Excel team announced LAMBDA, a new feature that lets users define and name formula functions. LAMBDA functions admit parameters, can call other LAMBDA functions and recursively call themselves.
This article shows how modifying Session-based Test Management to our context helped us gain more visibility into our testing. Having a structured yet flexible approach to test management allowed us to make better, more timely decisions about the testing, and gave us more opportunities to influence quality decisions earlier in the process.
Practically every development team would benefit from building and running applications that use the advantages of the cloud computing delivery model. This August 17th at InfoQ Live software leaders dive into topics such as service mesh, CI/CD, cloud native best practices and pitfalls, and more. Join them and book your spot now for just $19.95.
This week's Java roundup for July 26th, 2021, features news from JDK 17, JDK 18, the road to Micronaut 3.0.0, Quarkus 2.1.0, Apache Camel Quarkus 2.1.0, WildFly 24.0.1, Josh Long’s latest edition of the Bootiful Podcast, IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2, IntelliJ Scala Plugin 2021.2, RefactorFirst 0.2.0 and Apache Tuweni 2.0.
CNCF published the fifth edition of the End User Technology Radar. This time the theme was multicluster management split between cluster deployment and core services and add-ons related to tooling and day-two operations.
GitLab has released a new open-source tool, Package Hunter, aimed to detect malicious code by running your project dependencies inside a sandbox. Package Hunter leverages Falco to detect unexpected application behaviour at runtime.
At the recent Inspire 2021 conference, Microsoft announced the preview of Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability, a new service to help companies measure and manage their carbon emissions, set sustainability goals and take measurable action.
The panelists discuss some of the most fun and least fun moments coding, how functional programming practices have helped, and how productivity can be unleashed at a team-of-teams scale.
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes are a key Elastic Compute (EC2) component with several HDD and SSD volumes, each designed for a particular use case. And recently, AWS announced the general availability of its cloud-based storage area network (SAN) offering, Amazon EBS io2 Block Express volumes – providing 4x higher throughput, IOPS, and capacity than io2 volumes.
Stackblitz recently released a new product called WebContainers that enables developers to create full stack Node.js environments within the browser which loads instantly and comes bundled with VS Code, a full terminal, NPM, and more.
In this podcast. Shane Hastie spoke to Cliff Berg and Raj Nagappan about Agile 2, the next iteration of agile and how it is an evolution of the ideas from the original agile manifesto based on what has changed over the last 20 years.