Google announces an expansion to Bard’s development capabilities

The team at Google recently announced an expansion to the software development tasks included in Bard, the company’s conversational artificial intelligence chatbot. This adds the ability to help users with programming and software development tasks such as code generation, code debugging, and code explanation.  These features have been launched in over 20 different programming languages, … continue reading

GrammaTech and ArmorCode partner to deliver vulnerability management orchestration

Application security testing company GrammaTech and AppSecOps company ArmorCode have announced a technology integration partnership geared at helping users automate product security across development, testing, feedback, and deployment. With the GrammaTech CodeSonar static application security testing (SAST) platform, ArmorCode users gain improved safety and security vulnerability intelligence for integrating application security capabilities into CI/CD pipelines. … continue reading

SD Times Open Source Project of the Week: Tython

Tython is an open-source Security as Code framework and SDK that is geared towards building security design patterns as-code. It takes an architectural approach to cloud security, supports the user’s choice of programming language, and removes vendor lock-in. With Tython, customers can design reusable security references architectures as-code with pre-built blueprints so that they don’t … continue reading

Android’s Graphics Shapes version 1.0 offers developers several new features

The Android development team recently announced Graphics Shapes Version 1.0, a library which allows for the creation and rendering of rounded polygonal shapes, as well as automatic animation between different shapes. With the alpha01 version, users are enabled to use the Polygon API to create regular and star polygons with the necessary number of vertices, … continue reading

Version 1.0 of SLSA provides specifications for software supply chain security

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has announced the release of the first version of its supply chain security language, Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA). The project provides specifications for software supply chain that have been established by community consensus. SLSA’s framework is split into several different levels that describe increasing security severity so … continue reading

GrapeCity’s ComponentOne 2023 v1 includes a new multi-column combobox for the WinForms edition

GrapeCity, provider of enterprise software development tools, today announced ComponentOne 2023 v1, the company’s first major software release of the year.  With this, users gain a new multi-column combobox for the WinForms edition, new gauges for the WPF edition, GeoJSON support added to maps for WinForms and WPF, and FlexGrid improvements. C1MultiColumnCombo, the multi-column dropdown … continue reading

How Capital One Uses Python to Power Serverless Applications

Cultivating a loyal customer base by providing innovative solutions and an exceptional experience should be the goal of any company, regardless of industry.  This is one of the main reasons why Capital One uses Python to power a large number of serverless applications, giving developers a better experience as they deliver business value to customers. … continue reading

Code Intelligence uncovers a DoS vulnerability in the Spring Framework

Automated software security company Code Intelligence has recently discovered a Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability (CVE-2023-20863) in the Spring Framework. This is the second DoS vulnerability that Code Intelligence has found in the Spring Frameworkover the past few weeks.  The previous finding in Spring was CVE-2023-20861, which has a CVSS score of 5.3, while the … continue reading

How tech professionals can survive amidst the looming threat of layoffs

In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems that no one is safe from the strain of inflation, economic downturn, and a loss of job security. The instability of the current economy has become a proverbial dark cloud hanging over businesses and employees alike.  Most prominently, the technology industry has felt this tension as … continue reading

Amazon’s new generative AI capabilities work to increase access to AI

The team at Amazon today announced Amazon Bedrock, a service intended to help organizations build and scale generative AI applications. With this release, users gain access to foundation models (FM) from AI startup model providers such as AI21, Anthropic, and Sustainability AI. Amazon Bedrock opens up several FMs from different providers so that AWS customers … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Analog

Analog is a full stack meta-framework for building both websites and applications with Angular. It is one of the projects in GitHub’s Accelerator program, a 10-week program where open-source maintainers receive a sponsorship of $20,000 to invest in their project as well as guidance from leaders in the open-source community. According to the company, this … continue reading

The United States Blockchain Coalition forms to drive multistate collaboration

Over 40 states have joined together today to launch the United States Blockchain Coalition (USBC) in order to drive collaboration between states and maintain American leadership in digital assets, Bitcoin, and distributed ledger technologies (DLT). USBC is led by representatives from Texas, Washington, California, Florida, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, and more, and it takes a multistate approach … continue reading

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