GitHub pulls the plug on Atom to pave way for Visual Studio Code
To favor the feisty success of Microsoft VS Code, the GitHub of Microsoft bids farewell to the best coder amongst all, its own Atom Editor!
People are shocked by the overwhelming farewell of the best code editor (open-source) of the decades, Atom.
Background of Atom
The code editor, Atom, ... Read more
Fastly acquired Glitch, a cloud-based software development platform
Glitch, the proprietor of a popular cloud-based software development platform utilized by over 1.8 million programmers, has been bought by Fastly Inc.
On Thursday, Fastly announced the purchase but did not reveal the terms of the deal.
NYSE-listed Fastly is a well-known content delivery... Read more
GitLab developer collaboration to be enhanced by Tabnine’s custom AI code models
A developer of a tool that completes AI code, Tabnine, has announced its integration with GitLab so that developers can collaborate in a better way using their custom AI code models.
Tabnine uses AI models to make predictive suggestions for developers typing code to speed up the development sess... Read more
Raspberry Pi at 10: the tiny computer with a giant impact
Selling more than 44M units in a mere ten-year period, the tiny and affordable computer “Raspberry Pi” continues to make a long-lasting impact.
Raspberry Pi – the ARM-based, cheap Linux computer – has sold some 45M units to hobbyists, students, and companies making internet-connected dev... Read more
Low-code and no-code still need highly involved IT departments
Low-code and no-code tools are everywhere in the market these days. At their best, they present an opportunity to unlock the powers of code, usually reserved for specialized individuals with tons of training, and allowing regular folks to build and launch apps without involving IT departments.
H... Read more
Rust 2021: What to expect
Rust 2021 is scheduled for release in October, with new insights from the Rust team revealing what to expect. Rust 2021 is the third edition of the language. The way the team releases it is, leverages opt-in updates that introduce features without backward compatibility.
For developers, the chan... Read more
Shadow code could increase vulnerability of businesses to attack
Companies often use third-party scripts or open-source libraries to speed up their development processes. This type of code is called Shadow Code and is very useful in open innovation, among other functions. However, it increases the risk of vulnerability to cyberattacks.
In a new report publish... Read more
Facebook makes Pysa tool for detect vulnerable code open-source
Facebook makes its Pysa tool for automatic discovery of vulnerable code in Python open-source. The tool uses static code analysis for this purpose.
With Pysa, software developers can check their Python code for potential vulnerabilities. This prevents these vulnerabilities from ending up in prod... Read more
Intel develops AI that can identify the purpose of a line of code
Intel, together with researchers from MIT and the Georgia Institute of Technology, created an AI engine that can determine the purpose of a line of code. This is an important step in the development of an AI tool capable of developing applications on its own.
Last year, Intel assembled a researc... Read more
Microsoft introduces uniform search engine for code examples
Microsoft has added a whole new experience especially for developers on docs.microsoft.com. It is a uniform search engine for examples of code.
With the new search engine, Microsoft is trying to make it easier for developers to discover relevant examples of code, no matter what Microsoft product or ... Read more