New Early adopter or innovator? InfoQ has been working on some new features for you. Learn more

Microsoft Previews Bug and Security Risk Detection on Windows and Linux

by Abel Avram on  Jul 22, 2017

Microsoft has made available Project Springfield as an Azure service preview called Microsoft Security Risk Detection (MSRD) for detecting code bugs and security vulnerabilities in Windows and Linux applications.

Zenedge Releases API Security Solution with Native SDKs

by Shelby Switzer on  Jul 21, 2017

Zenedge, a cybersecurity provider of AI-driven Web Application Firewall, malicious bot detection, and bot management services, has recently released an API Security solution with native SDKs for web and mobile.

Babylon.js 3.0 Released, Supports WebGL 2

by David Iffland on  Jul 20, 2017

Babylon.js, Microsoft's native JavaScript-based 3D game engine, has reached version 3. The new version supports WebGL 2 and includes a rewritten component for handling physical based rendering (PBR). In addition, developers can use the playground, an in-browser editor, and Spector, a WebGL debugger.

Angular 4.3 Brings New HttpClient and More

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 19, 2017

Angular 4.3, the last 4.x release before Angular 5, is a drop-in replacement for previous versions and includes a number of new features, including a new HttpClient module, new router life cycle events, and more.

The Importance of Learning, Psychological Safety, and Continuous Delivery: Agile on the Beach 2017

by Daniel Bryant on  Jul 19, 2017

At the Agile on the Beach 2017 conference, run in Cornwall, UK, several hundred speakers and attendees gathered to discuss the latest developments within the field of agile and post-agile software development methodologies.

JetBrains Elected to the JCP Executive Committee

by Michael Redlich on  Jul 18, 2017 1

In a recent special election, JetBrains was elected to the JCP Executive Committee to fill one of the seats vacated by Ericsson and TOTVS. Trisha Gee, developer and technical advocate at JetBrains, spoke to InfoQ about this latest milestone for JetBrains, what they plan to accomplish, the recent JSR 376 vote, and plans for future development.

Versioning of Events in Event Sourced Systems

by Jan Stenberg on  Jul 17, 2017

A challenge with event sourced systems is that events put in the event store years ago must be readable today, even though the software has gone through numerous changes, Greg Young stated in his presentation at this year’s DDD eXchange conference. If a system can be taken down, versioning of events is relatively simple. The real challenge comes when a system can’t be taken down.

Rider Adds Performance Gains in RC1

by Jeff Martin on  Jul 17, 2017 1

JetBrains' Rider, the company's .NET-focused multiplatform IDE, has just produced its first Release Candidate. In this latest preview, NuGet support is expanded, general performance improved (particularly on Windows), and a few more usability enhancements are added.

Google Uses Machine Learning to Identify Intrusive Android Apps

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 15, 2017

Google uses a clustering algorithm to automatically analyze Android apps and detect which ones can be considered intrusive, write Google security engineers Martin Pelikan, Giles Hogben, and Ulfar Erlingsson.

Google Discusses Go 2

by Abel Avram on  Jul 15, 2017

At GopherCon 2017 which took place this week, Russ Cox, the tech lead for Go at Google, keynoted on the future of Go, inviting the community to submit suggestions on what should be included in the next major version of the language.

Kubernetes 1.7 Released with Security Hardening, StatefulSet Updates and Extensibility Features

by Daniel Bryant on  Jul 14, 2017

Kubernetes 1.7 has been released with a focus on delivering features for security, storage and extensibility, and includes a Network Policy API, automated upgrade strategies for StatefulSets, and an extensible API aggregation layer.

Blazor Brings .NET Back to the Browser

by Jonathan Allen on  Jul 14, 2017 2

Steve Sanderson’s Blazor is an experiment to bring .NET back to the browser using WebAssembly and DotNetAnywhere. It isn’t meant to be a full production framework like Flash or Silverlight, but rather a test to see what’s possible.

ASP.NET Core 2 Preview 2 Released

by Jeff Martin on  Jul 12, 2017

Microsoft continues to advance the development of ASP.NET Core 2, and the second major preview of the forthcoming web framework. This release sees the inclusion of SPA templates for Visual Studio 2017, the ability to configure limits on Kestrel, and support between .NET Framework and ASP .NET Core 2.

Microsoft Reiterates its Support of F#

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Jul 11, 2017

Mads Torgersen and Philip Carter, respectively C# and F# program managers at Microsoft, published a post promoting the use of F#. The post is a follow-up to a presentation on F# at Build 2017. They talked about how Microsoft wants to remove obstacles to F# adoption and the F# improvements Visual Studio 2017 brings.

Apple Open-Sources the Swift Language Migrator

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 11, 2017

Apple has open-sourced the Swift 4 migrator that is included in Xcode 9, recently announced at WWDC 2017.