SD Times news digest: API Fortress’ new tools, Go’s plans for modules, and Eclipse 4.10

SD Times news digest: API Fortress’ new tools, Go’s plans for modules, and Eclipse 4.10

API Fortress has released new tools for developers and automation engineers. The tools will enable those groups to introduce API test automation into their daily workflows with very little effort. “Software quality in the age of mass adoption is a crucial aspect of the development cycle,” said Simone Pezzano, CTO at API Fortress. “API Fortress […]

On the definition of done

On the definition of done

The productivity of a team is heavily dependent on establishing the “definition of done” for that team, something that has been debated for at least a decade. It could be questioned whether “done” is even achievable in today’s continuous improvement environment. I argue that however it is defined, it is important to understand the obstacles […]

Become A Facebook-Free Business

Become A Facebook-Free Business

If Facebook’s endless privacy scandals have shown one thing, it’s that the company has far too much data on its users, and that they can’t be trusted not to sell, barter, or abuse that data whether for profit, growth, or negligence. While individuals have long been rallying around #DeleteFacebook, there hasn’t been a comparable campaign […]

SD Times news digest: Box Skills, SingularityNET Developer Portal, and Unity and Baidu’s autonomous collaboration

SD Times news digest: Box Skills, SingularityNET Developer Portal, and Unity and Baidu’s autonomous collaboration

Cloud company Box has announced the release of Box Skills, which will enable developers to enhance their Box products with AI. Skills are code snippets that run when files are uploaded to Box and apply AI to them. Examples of Skills include labeling objects or people in images and videos, extracting information from customer contracts, […]