Apple M1 - Credit Apple
Homebrew Is Now Available for M1 Macs

Good news for developers: Homebrew 3.0 has been released with support for M1 Macs.

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Volkswagen Developing Autonomous Driving Software In-House

As automakers around the world partner up with leading tech companies, Volkswagen is taking a different approach, developing its autonomous software in-house.

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Microsoft Building Team of Rust Developers

Microsoft is building a team of Rust developers, both for internal work and collaboration with the community.

COVID Has Really Impacted Aerospace... and the Air Force
COVID Has Really Impacted Aerospace… and the Air Force

COVID has really impacted the aerospace industry in this nation and nations around the world disproportionately to other industries… and the Air Force has not been exempt from these impacts.

Telecommuting
83% of Engineers Want Remote Work Post-Pandemic

The pandemic has resulted in a major shift in software engineers, with 8 in 10 wanting remote or hybrid work options post-pandemic.

SolarWinds Hack Was Supply Chain Attack, Says Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel
SolarWinds Hack Was Supply Chain Attack, Says Datadog CEO

Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel discusses how the SolarWinds hack signals an increased focus by hackers to target software earlier in its development.

Apple M1 - Credit Apple
Corellium Successfully Runs Ubuntu Linux on M1 Mac

Corellium has announced it has Ubuntu Linux running on an M1 Mac, in what is described as a “completely usable” experience.

Linus Torvalds - Credit The Linux Foundation
Linus Torvalds Switches to AMD, Slams Intel

AMD has gotten a boost from an unexpected source, as Linus Torvalds has switched to AMD and slammed Intel.

GitHub Now Available to Developers in Iran

GitHub has been granted a license to operate in Iran, giving Iranian developers access to a valuable resource.

Windows 10
Microsoft Working On ‘Sweeping Visual Rejuvenation of Windows’

Microsoft is planning to implement a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows” in an effort to make the operating system (OS) more relevant than ever.