Decrypted: How Twitter was hacked, GitHub DMCA backfires

Decrypted: How Twitter was hacked, GitHub DMCA backfires

One week to the U.S. presidential election and things are getting spicy. It’s not just the rhetoric — hackers are actively working to disrupt the election, officials have said, and last week they came with a concrete example and an unusually quick pointing of blame....
Kite adds support for 11 new languages to its AI code completion tool

Kite adds support for 11 new languages to its AI code completion tool

When Kite, the well-funded AI-driven code completion tool, launched in 2019, its technology looked very impressive, but it only supported Python at the time. Earlier this year, it added JavaScript, and today it is launching support for 11 new languages. The new...
5 steps for building a thriving developer community

5 steps for building a thriving developer community

Bear Douglas Contributor Share on Twitter Bear Douglas leads Developer Relations at Slack, where she and her team help developers build more pleasant and productive ways to work. Elizabeth Kinsey Contributor Share on Twitter Elizabeth Kinsey is a Senior Marketing...
India’s contact-tracing app is going open-source

India’s contact-tracing app is going open-source

India said it will publicly release the source code of its contact-tracing app, Aarogya Setu, to the relief of privacy and security experts who have been advocating for this ever since the app launched in early April. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology...
Fintech’s next decade will look radically different

Fintech’s next decade will look radically different

The birth and growth of financial technology developed mostly over the last ten years. So as we look ahead, what does the next decade have in store? I believe we’re starting to see early signs: in the next ten years, fintech will become portable and ubiquitous as it...