Cloudflare had a security bug reminiscent of Heartbleed, TensorFlow is now 1.0, and 7 Earth-sized planets are circling a single star.
A couple of long awaited features became available for AWS EC2 instances and Go 1.8 was released.
A very short one this week, solely around the new secret management feature from Docker.
More information about Mirai, Gitlab's dataloss, and Chrome for iOS was open sourced.
Setapp, an app subscription service, was released and AWS turns on IPv6 for EC2 instances.
As you may be aware, I sent updates of this site out by email. Since the very start I've used Convertkit for this, but this was getting too expensive. However, it was the only email service I found that will immediately send an email instead of on a schedule. So, I had to automate this.
Google acquired Fabric, Mozilla unveiled a new logo, and Cloudflare opens up about their fight against gag orders.
More information about the Nintendo Switch, some quick thoughts about Atlassian's acquisition of Trello, and Chris Lattner's move to Tesla.
Alexa was everywhere at CES, Medium is changing things around, Bitbucket Pipelines introduces some nice features, and I have a look back at how the site did in 2016.
Christmas time is always a slump when it comes to news in the tech world. So, this week we've got some new things and a bit older news I didn't get around to including before. This includes the Go font, and the rest is focused on Docker news.