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.
A mixed bag of new and older things. The release of Kubernetes Draft reminded me AWS CodeStar and I've got some thoughts on where this leads. Additionally a quick mention of Delicious' (last) acquisition.
It's obviously that time again where there are major conferences from big companies, so this time it's Google's I/O that I'll be focusing on. All the interesting cloud related announcements were already in Google Cloud Next, so this conference focuses on the consumer applications and platforms.
The first note after my holiday, and it's a Microsoft one. I have a backlog of interesting news, but between WannaCry and Microsoft Build 2017 there was enough material.
With Dockercon taking place last week that means today's note is all Docker with Moby and LinuxKit as the most important items, but I'll also have a brief look at the Modernize Traditional Apps program and Bitbucket Pipelines' new service container feature.
Google AutoDraw helps those who can't draw, and there's another new case of hacked home appliances (routers in this case) attacking sites. As a last minute addition I quickly mention Wercker's purchase by Oracle.
Blue Ocean was released, Ubuntu's Unity8 was cancelled, Google released a report about Android security, and Apple pre-announces new pro hardware.
APFS is rolling out on iOS devices, Australian banks lost a fight against Apple Pay, ISPs in the USA can collect and sell your internet history, and Samsung announced their new phone.
Apple updated products and bought Workflow. Google decides Symantec SSL certificates aren't good enough, and Stack Overflow releases their latest developer survey results.
Docker donates containerd and Google comes with a new image compression technique.
Google Cloud Next was last week, and that is therefore this week's topic. There are several features for Google Cloud that are useful, but they also focused a bit more on their enterprise service offerings.