Development news stories
OutSystems platform chosen as part of ADF contract
"To be included in this project is a reflection of our ability to deliver secure, modern digital outcomes for defence at an incredible pace."
How a single mandate changed software development forever
There’s conjecture about exactly when it was issued and by whom, but a mandate made twenty years ago is continuing to shape the software development process today.
The paradox of change, and how to get around it
The business decision to technologically transform should not come from an IT department but from the business itself.
Red Hat expands capabilities to provide streamlined application development in cloud
"Application development is undergoing significant change and developers need tools to support this transformation."
Inaction no longer an option when it comes to sustainability
Research and advisory organisation ADAPT has revealed a 9% year-on-year increase in IT leaders demanding carbon transparency from their providers since 2021.
Smith Brothers Media to drive marketing enhancements for Emperor Champagne
SBM will make site enhancements to the company's current Shopify theme, with a rebuild that includes quicker response times and improved conversion and performance.
Oracle releases the latest version of Java with thousands of improvements
Oracle has announced the availability of Java 18, the latest version of the company's programming language and development platform.
Oracle announces Multiple-VM Autonomous Database availability on Exadata Cloud@Customer
Oracle has recently announced the availability of its Multiple-VM Autonomous Database on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer.
IWD 2022: MYOB launches DevelopHer programme in New Zealand
In time for International Women's Day, MYOB has launched their highly sought-after DevelopHer programme for the first time in New Zealand.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from CodeHQ
Today, we welcome back CodeHQ chief revenue officer Ben Rose, who joins us to discuss new projects and innovations the company has been working on, along with some of the current market trends they’re seeing.
Pluralsight and Go1 bring top tech education to more
Together, the companies state they will deliver a curated content experience designed to help Go1 customers learn in-demand technology skills.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from SubQuery
This week we are speaking with SubQuery head of business development James Bayly, who shares with us the work the company is doing with new technology in the decentralisation space to help its clients achieve the better results.
The biggest news for developers from OutSystems Developer Conference 2021
OSDC may have wrapped up, but the event’s lasting legacy will continue to inspire developers for endless builds to come.
Macquarie Cloud Services makes Aussie first with new Azure portal
The Macquarie Lens portal has been launched after eight months of development and gives customers secure access to the VMware CloudHealth platform via a free self-service option.
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OutSystems unveils 'Project Neo' for new era of cloud-based app development
According to OutSystems CEO and founder Paulo Rosado, the company aims to break barriers in traditional software development.
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Blue Prism's new integration expands its solutions catalogue on AWS
Blue Prism has announced a new integration with open source data analytics company and premier partner KNIME.
Pluralsight extends Skills offerings for cybersecurity, IT ops and development
With the introduction of these new labs, Pluralsight Skills now offers more than 900 lab-based hands-on learning experiences for technologists looking to close skills gaps and stay ahead of the pace of change.
OutSystems' OSDC 2021 event puts development at the forefront of IT - exactly where it should be
The Outsystems Developer Conference (OSDC) 2021 event is coming on 17 & 18 November, promising something for every developer
Interview: PagerDuty explains how a single transformation can eliminate burnout in IT teams
We spoke to PagerDuty’s director of customer solutions, Abhijit Pendyal about systems changes, burnout and how to mitigate these.
Why it’s worth getting excited about low-code development
The benefits of low-code development are significant and will continue to increase as the capabilities of supporting platforms continues to grow.
Trend Micro launches new Cloud One service for open source software
Trend Micro has launched a new Cloud One service that finds vulnerabilities, improves visibility, and provides tracking automation for open source software.
IOTech launches Edge Builder to manage edge systems at scale
Edge software company IOTech has announced the launch of Edge Builder, its end-to-end, open solution for managing edge systems at scale.
Dynatrace introduces cloud-based automation to software development
A new Cloud Automation Module leverages the Dynatrace Platform to automate and orchestrate the software development lifecycle.
The rise of the citizen developer in driving operational efficiencies
Australian companies have begun to embrace the importance of enabling employees to manage their own environments and their own experiences and interact in a meaningful way with the workflows they manage.