- Introducing Scalar: Git at scale for everyone
Like most organizations, Microsoft's adopting Git as their version control system for all their projects. For some of them, like Office and Windows, this is a challenge since Git wasn't meant to scale to codebases that large. But Microsoft continues to improve Git to support large repositories: their latest tool is Scalar.
- Accessibility Improvements in Visual Studio 2019 for Mac
The newest version of Visual Studio for Mac includes numerous accessibility improvements. These are all great for the VS for Mac users - but even if you don't use it, the blog post that explains the thoughtful work that they put into these improvements will help you improve your own software for accessibility.
- Supercharge your command line experience: GitHub CLI is now in beta
Git has become the most popular version control system - and it's supported by hosting providers like GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, and many more. But even though Git largely lives on the command-line, working with your hosting provider has lived largely in the web. But now, GitHub introduces a new CLI for working with repositories hosted on their site.
- Detecting Memory Corruption Bugs With HWASan
Google's been building great security tools lately - especially code analysis tools for native code. I've been very impressed with OSS Fuzz, and I'm excited to look at HWASan which looks at memory corruption bugs.
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