New Apple hardware! As usual, I'll use this opportunity to have a look at them and see what I do and don't like.
The HipChat replacement Stride is announced, and we play acronym bingo with AWS' load balancer updates.
Google Cloud Network tiers, Jenkins plugin for ACI and ACS, and the alliance between Alexa and Cortana.
Both Android 8.0 (Oreo) and Go 1.9 were released, and I'll have a look at the new SAM Local tool for Lambda functions.
CloudFormation StackSets improve AWS and Azure introduces Container Instances. Both are very nice, and to top it all off Flash has received an end date.
A catchup week, with various container related subjects, the road to Go 2.0, and the W3C's DRM for videos.
Both Docker and Kubernetes had interesting releases, while a free workshop for Go tooling was made available.
Google Cloud Platform opens new regions in Asia Pacific and Play with Moby is introduced.
Continuing from last week's WWDC post, a look at Apple's new machine learning offerings, as well as some changes in Terraform and Azure's new Container Service Engine project.
Apple held its annual developer conference, WWDC, and there were a lot of interesting things in the keynote. Unlike most years, they even had a big section about hardware. The most interesting part in my opinion was the renewed focus on the iPad, both hardware and software.