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OpenJDK Project Valhalla’s head shares how they plan to enhance the...

Announced in 2014, Project Valhalla is an experimental OpenJDK project to bring major new language features to Java 10 and beyond. It primarily focuses...

W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) declares WebAssembly 1.0 as an official...

Last Thursday, the World Wide Web Consortium declared Web Assembly 1.0 as an official W3C Recommendation. With this announcement, WebAssembly becomes the fourth language...

AWS re:Invent 2019 Day 2 highlights: AWS Wavelength, Provisioned Concurrency for...

Day 2 of the ongoing AWS re:Invent 2019 conference at Las Vegas, included a lot of new announcements such as AWS Wavelength, Provisioned Concurrency...

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Google introduces E2, a flexible, performance-driven and cost-effective VMs for Google Compute Engine

Yesterday, June Yang, the director of product management at Google announced a new beta version of the E2 VMs for Google Compute Engine. It...
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OpenJS Foundation accepts Electron.js in its incubation program

Yesterday, at the Node+JS Interactive in Montreal, the OpenJS Foundation announced the acceptance of Electron into the Foundation’s incubation program. The OpenJS Foundation provides vendor-neutral...

WireGuard to be merged with Linux net-next tree and will be available by default...

On December 9, WireGuard announced that its secure VPN tunnel kernel code will soon be included in Linux net-next tree. This indicates, “WireGuard will...
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Azure Functions 3.0 released with support for .NET Core 3.1!

On 9th December, Microsoft announced that the go-live release of the Azure Functions 3.0 is now available. Among many new capabilities and functionality added...
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Intel introduces cryogenic control chip, ‘Horse Ridge’ for commercially viable quantum computing

On Monday, Intel Labs introduced first of its kind cryogenic control chip codenamed Horse Ridge. According to Intel, Horse Ridge will enable commercially viable...