Visual Studio Code is on a roll. The simple code editor from Microsoft is winning hearts and minds. The out of the box configuration seems to have hit a good balance between functionality and usability. A new small, but significant feature will land to VS Code in 2018.
Turing Robotic Industries is a company that has been designing and manufacturing privacy focused Turing Phone devices since 2015. After years of delays, the company finally delivered in the fall with the Turing Appassionata. Now the company's future is unclear.
Peachpie is a project that allows developers to run PHP in a .NET environment. The system works so that it transpiles PHP code to C#. This yields benefits in both performance and interoperability with C# libraries.
An update to the Linux Kernel has been released. A week later than scheduled, the release 4.15 brings mitigations to the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.
Almost a month after the mayhem caused by flaws in processor chips from Intel and AMD, the latest move from Microsoft is to disable the fix. From the two vulnerability variants Meltdown and Spectre. The latest update disables the Spectre mitigations.
Microservices have been a recent megatrend. Everyone from start-ups to enterprises and internet giants are talking about them. The manageability of microservices is not trivial. Google is well aware of this, and is workin on a project that uses GraphQL to merge microservices behind a single API.