Python ranks as the second most popular programming language in the November index, with C first and Java slipping to third place.
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IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery’s Code Risk Analyser scans Python, Node.js, and Java source code in Git repositories for security and legal risks.
Microsoft is working on a new extensibility model for its signature Visual Studio IDE, with the goals of improving the reliability of extensions.
.NET for Apache Spark 1.0 provides high-performance .NET APIs to Apache Spark including Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, and MLlib.
Azul offers two levels of migration services to entice enterprises to make the move from Oracle Java to Azul Zulu builds of OpenJDK.
Ignite UI for Blazor combines a data grid with interactive charts, graphs, maps, and other web UI components.
MongoDB Atlas database-as-a-service now allows distributed MongoDB databases to span the AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft clouds.
Coalition sets down 14 guiding principles to ensure that digital transformation projects meet business objectives.
Android Studio 4.1 highlights include a database inspector and easier import of TensorFlow Lite models into Android apps.
GitHub users can draw on ready-made and custom CodeQL queries to discover security vulnerabilities in their codebases.
Microsoft and Databricks say the vectorised query engine written in C++ accelerates Apache Spark workloads by up to 20x.
Using LLVM, Microsoft has created a common interface between programming languages and target quantum computers.
More work remains to be done in the porting effort, but Windows support is now good enough for early adopters to get started.
A survey of hundreds of developers across 26 countries suggests that software developers are more productive working remotely.
Tribuo offers tools for deploying classification, clustering and regression models in Java, along with interfaces to TensorFlow, XGBoost and ONNX.
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