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    My 'Conversation' with ChatGPT about What Devs Need to Know

    ChatGPT is so hot right now, our columnist couldn't get an interview at OpenAI, so he went to the source, so to speak, and queried the tool itself about the opportunities and challenges it presents to developers.

  • The Citizen Developer

    In the Beginning

    Our columnist looks at the early days of low code/no code development through the observations of a toolmaker who saw it coming.

  • Quarkus Bullet Train Arrives with Third Maintenance Release

    Red Hat's Quarkus team rang in the New Year with the release of Quarkus 2.15.3.Final. This version contains bug fixes and documentation improvements for the 2.15 release train.

  • SingularityCE Now Accessible for Enterprise Linux

    SingularityCE, an open-source container runtime designed for data science, AI, and compute-driven analytics on performance-intensive systems is now accessible for Enterprise Linux users through the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux repository.

  • Google Offers Public Preview of SDK Extensions for Android

    Google announced this week the release of the first public preview its SDK Extensions, which leverage modular system components to add APIs to the public SDK for certain previously released API levels.

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    The Key Role of Citizen Developers in Creating Digital Transformation

    Citizen developers live in the department or business that is considering digital transformation--which means, our columnist observes, they have the potential to accelerate your software development and lighten expensive forklift upgrades.

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    Apache Cassandra 4.1 Goes GA, 'Paves the Way for Cloud-Native Future'

    The 4.1 release of the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database is now generally available. The project’s major release for 2022 comes with lots of new features and "paves the way," the community said in a blog post, for "a more cloud-native future" for the project. It also marks the community's commitment to annual releases, announced last year.

  • Welcome to the Fediverse!

    The departure of James Gosling, the father of Java, from Twitter prompted our columnist to get up to speed on decentralized social media networks, starting with the one generating the most buzz: Mastodon.

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    App Monitoring Toolmaker Sentry Acquires Code Coverage Provider Codecov

    Sentry, a leading provider of dev-first app monitoring, acquires dedicated code coverage tools makes Codecov.

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    New CLI Tool Allows Java Devs to Add 'Fuzzing' to JUnit

    Code Intelligence's CI Fuzz CLI tool now allows to Java developers to incorporate fuzz testing into their existing JUnit setups.

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    AWS Introduces Lambda SnapStart for Java

    AWS unveils a new performance optimization feature called Lambda SnapStart, designed to improve startup times for latency-sensitive applications, and initially aimed at Java developers.

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    BlackBerry's QNX Tech Now Available to Embedded Devs in the Cloud

    BlackBerry announces that it's extending its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make its QNX techn available to mission-critical embedded systems developers in the cloud.

  • Class-Action Lawsuit Claims GitHub Copilot is Violating Open-Source Licenses

    A lawsuit filed in a U.S. Federal Court in San Francisco claims GitHub Copilot, which trained on billions of lines of publicly-available code, is violating the legal rights of those who posted code under open-source licenses.

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    Key to Citizen Developer Success: Set Everyone’s Expectations Properly

    Low-code/no-code platforms enable people with little or no coding experience who know the processes being supported and the functionality required to build the apps themselves. Realizing the potential of these platforms in your organization, our columnist explains, will require some planning and a shift in expectations.

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    ScaleOut Software Introduces New Java Client API

    In-memory database solutions provider ScaleOut Software introduces a new Java client API for its ScaleOut StateServer distributed caching platform.

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    Neo4j Announces GA of its Next-Gen Graph Database

    Graph database pioneer Neo4j announces the general availability of the latest update of its namesake offering this week: Neo4j 5.

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    GitHub Rolls Out Upgrades for Copilot and Others at GitHub Universe

    GitHub made some big product announcements at its annual GitHub Universe conference in San Francisco, including expanded access for business users of its Copilot AI-pair programming tool.

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    Microsoft Visual Studio Code for Java Now Supports Virtual Threads

    The October update of Microsoft's Visual Studio Code for Java comes with updates in the code editing and debugging experience, thanks to the Java 19 preview of Virtual Threads in Project Loom.