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> United we stand, divided we fall: proposal to split PHP into two separate languages is unanimously rejected
[Aug 29 2019]
> Most government, news and information, and e-commerce websites are inaccessible to visually impaired users, causing them to lose billions of dollars
[Aug 23 2019]
> Stack Overflow introduces CROKAGE, also known as the Crowd Knowledge Answer Generator, to experiment with search
[Aug 23 2019]
> The WordPress team plans to forcibly update old websites, totaling roughly 3% of the entire internet
[Aug 23 2019]
> China's AI brain drain could have a powerful impact on the future of data-driven development
[Aug 16 2019]
> GitHub Actions now supports automated continuous integration and continuous deployment, feeding into an increasingly dynamic GitHub ecosystem
[Aug 16 2019]
> Vulnerability scanning expands to containers in the cloud as consistent, multilayered security becomes a top priority for developers
[Aug 16 2019]
> Class-action lawsuit filed against GitHub for hosting instructions to hack Capital One
[Aug 9 2019]
> DeepCode raises $4M to uncover bugs using models trained on millions of lines of open source code
[Aug 9 2019]
> Julia Developer Survey results indicate Julia may be the language of the future
[Aug 9 2019]