Month: July 2020

Amazon Announces New Command Line Interface Tool AWS Copilot

Recently, Amazon announced a new command-line interface tool called AWS Copilot, which allows customers to develop, release, and operate containerized applications on AWS. With a single command, customers can create all the infrastructure and artifacts necessary to run a service on Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and AWS Fargate.

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Microsoft .NET Conf: Focus on Microservices

Yesterday, the third edition of the .NET Conf: Focus series took place, this time featuring microservices development with .NET. The event targeted developers of all stripes, with live coding demonstrations and comprehensive coverage on related concepts and tools. The focus conferences are free, one-day livestream events featuring speakers from the community and .NET product teams. The other two events of the series took place earlier this year, respectively focusing on Blazor and Xamarin.  

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The New Microsoft Edge – Microsoft Build 2020

Melanie Richards recently presented new and upcoming features for users and web developers that are being incorporated into the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. Since moving to Chromium, Edge has been slowing gaining user share, passing Firefox to become the second browser on desktop/laptop devices (according to netmarketshare).

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Using a Team Game for Richer Retrospectives

Games can bring freshness to retrospectives and enable rich discussions about how things are going. Patterns emerging from the discussions provide insight into the team’s strengths and weaknesses. Considerate coaching or facilitation can allow everyone to contribute.

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Micronaut Foundation Established to Advance Adoption of Micronaut Framework

Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) has announced the creation of the Micronaut Foundation, a not-for-profit company established to advance innovation and adoption of the Micronaut framework. The foundation will "oversee software roadmap and development, best practices and processes, repository control, documentation and support, and fundraising related to the open source framework." The foundation will receive initial funding of $2M from OCI for development and evangelism.

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Thorntail Reaches Tail End

The Thorntail project has come to an end, following its five-year run as a way for applications to embed a web server like WildFly in a self-contained app. This change only affects the community version of Thorntail and does not impact Red Hat commercial Thorntail projects.

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