Microsoft is bringing improvements to the ‘low code’ Power Platform that professional developers could use, such as T-SQL support and GitHub integration.
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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.
Microsoft is previewing F# 5, and upgrade to the vendor's open source, “functional-first” language that emphasises interactive, analytical programming.
With the Covid-19 virus putting millions of more people into the “working from home” category, cloud service providers are being put to the test.
Aimed at unifying the .NET platform, .NET 5 will support cross-platform native, web, and mobile development.
Still the most widely used version Java, Java 8 will be eligible for Oracle’s fee-based support through 2030.
A JDK Enhancement Proposal says introducing hidden classes in Java could make other JVM languages more efficient.
Experimental support allows ASP.NET Core gRPC apps and .NET Core gRPC clients to call gRPC services directly.
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