AI-Aided Coding
On average, how much time do you think you save per week by an AI-powered coding assistant such as GitHub Copilot or JetBrains AI Assistant?
I don’t use an AI coding assistant.
Up to 1 hour/week
1-3 hours
3-5 hours
5-8 hours
More than 8 hours
I don’t save any time, yet!
STORIES BY Joab Jackson — PAGE 4
The Silent Semantic Failures That Break Distributed Systems
Google Launches Carbon, an Experimental Replacement for C++
This Week in Programming: Honeycomb’s ARM Advantage
This Week in Programming: GitHub Copilot Tests the Copyleft
MongoDB 6.0 Offers Client-Side End-to-End Encryption
MongoDB 6.0 Brings Encrypted Queries, Time-Series Data Collection
A Hotter Pink: CSS Gets an ‘Explosion’ of New Colors
Envoy Gateway Offers to Standardize Kubernetes Ingress
Svelte and the Future of Frontend Development
Kubernetes 1.24 Drops Dockershim, Makes Space for Stateful Workloads
Challenges of Creating a Decentralized, Open Source Twitter
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022 Europe, Valencia: Bring a Mask
AI Development Needs to Focus More on Data, Less on Models
Turborepo: Speedy Builds for JavaScript Monorepos
Another Way to Git: Bundle Commits into Logical Groups
Java Adapts to Cloud Native Computing
TypeScript and the Power of a Statically-Typed Language
When to Use Kubernetes, and When to Use Cloud Foundry
TLA+: The Best Debugger/ Optimizer You’ve Never Heard of
Makings of a Web3 Stack: Agoric, IPFS, Cosmos Network
AWS Offers a TypeScript Interface for Lambda Observability
Svelte Core Team Mulls Rust Compiler to Further Speed Web Apps
AWS Dev Tools Head Ken Exner: One Cloud API to Rule Them All
Generational Shenandoah Offers Java a Faster Way to Collect Garbage
Werner Vogel’s 6 Rules for Good API Design
Amazon Web Services Now Supports the Zettabyte File System
Amazon Inspector Comes to Prisma Cloud
Amazon CloudWatch Gets Feature Flags, User-Based Monitoring