Version 17.5 Preview 2 brings a wide range of improvements to the IDE including an experimental implementation of C11 atomics in MSVC.
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SvelteKit, a framework for building full-stack web applications using the Svelte UI component framework, has reached 1.0 status.
Project Galahad would contribute Java-related GraalVM technologies to the OpenJDK Community for possible incubation in Java, starting with GraalVM’s JIT and AOT compiler tech.
GitHub’s AI-based coding assistant is now available for businesses at a monthly cost of $19 per user.
Visual Studio Code 1.74 previews a remote tunneling capability that allows developers to securely connect to their VS Code machine from any device anywhere.
New granular access tokens allow NPM package maintainers to restrict which packages, scopes, and organisations a token has access to.
Java ranked fourth in the December 2022 Tiobe index of programming language popularity, the lowest Java has ranked in the history of the index.
Next version of the Kotlin programming language adds support for Java 19 and introduces experimental functions for the JVM to recursively copy or delete directory content.
Informatica INFACore promises to simplify the creation of data pipelines for building and deploying machine learning models in Amazon SageMaker Studio.
Serverless data integration service in the Amazon cloud also adds support for built-in Pandas APIs and the Apache Hudi, Apache Iceberg, and Delta Lake formats.
All GitHub users can use the development environments free for up to 60 hours per month. Codespaces also added JetBrains IDE, JupyterLab, and GPU support.
Builders of the Apple-developed Swift language intend to also move the language forward in C++ interoperability and add a Swift parser.
Microsoft has launched ML.NET 2.0, an upgraded new version of its open source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET.
Microsoft has rolled out the production release of .NET 7, the latest version of the company’s cross-platform, open-source software development platform.
Innovation Awards 2023 is the market-leading awards program for celebrating ecosystem innovation and excellence across the technology sector in ASEAN.
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