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> Docker ramps up container security and automation with Docker Enterprise 3.0, now publicly available
[Aug 2 2019]
> Fight against rogue developers continues as Google Chrome blocks flash by default and notifies extension developers about impending restrictions
[Aug 2 2019]
> GitHub blocks developers in Syria, Iran, and Crimea to comply with U.S. sanctions, export laws
[Aug 2 2019]
> A recent Coding Dojo report reveals the top languages, frameworks, and databases at the top 25 unicorn companies in the US
[Jul 26 2019]
> Amazon finally releases an AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code, playing catch-up to Microsoft and Google
[Jul 26 2019]
> TabNine adds powerful deep learning model to code suggestions
[Jul 26 2019]
> GitLab released its 2019 Global Developer Report, suggests there is much room for improvement in a new wave of developer-led security practices
[Jul 19 2019]
> Microsoft plans to explore Rust as an alternative to C and C++ to improve security, accelerate innovation, and tap into its vibrant developer community
[Jul 19 2019]
> Open source maintainers and developer community square off, but Golang developers ultimately quash proposed ‘try’ function
[Jul 19 2019]
> GitHub removes open source versions of DeepNude, a machine learning project that algorithmically removes clothing from images of women
[Jul 12 2019]