Super Linter is a GitHub Action that lets you automate linting for any GitHub repo, supporting some 20 programming languages.
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Red Hat’s Quarkus, a Kubernetes-native Java stack, is now supported on the Red Hat Runtimes platform for developing cloud-native applications.
Oracle has released Helidon 2.0 in a move designed to bring GraalVM Native Image start-up and memory consumption benefits to MicroProfile developers.
AWS is offering a managed service that allows non-technical users to build mobile and web apps without writing any code.
C language tops Tiobe’s index of language popularity for a second month, while Rust cracks the top 20 for the first time.
The experimental project addresses common pain points of developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications.
Liquibase offers database schema change automation for Oracle and PostgreSQL in free open source and commercially licensed tools.
Microsoft is bringing improvements to the ‘low code’ Power Platform that professional developers could use, such as T-SQL support and GitHub integration.
As the groundbreaking platform reaches a major milestone, Oracle plans its future and a Supreme Court decision looms.
Leyden would mitigate Java’s large footprint and long-standing performance issues by introducing static images to the platform.
GitHub reports developer activity has been ‘resilient’ during the pandemic, but warns of potential for burnout.
Intended to ease production deployments of PyTorch models, TorchServe supports multi-model serving and model versioning for A/B testing.
Red Hat has mapped out plans for its portfolio of CodeReady tools for cloud and Kubernetes development.
AWS Covid-19 data lake makes regularly updated and curated Covid-19 datasets available to anyone with access to an AWS account.
With Java 14 having reached general availability last week, work has begun on the successor, Java 15, due in September 2020.
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