Week of July 10, 2023
IN THIS ISSUE: Hackers Demand $70M from Taiwan Semi; Netlify to Add No-code Web Authoring; Apple Release visionOS SDK; 15 Tips for Browser Apps; AI to Replace Human Coders?; Good Look at Vision Pro
Taiwan Semiconductor in late June confirmed that one of its suppliers, IT integration services company Kinmax Technologies, was the victim of a security breach, and that the attackers are demanding that TSMC pay $70 million for the return of its data.
Network services provider Netlify has acquired Stackbit, which makes visual tools for web site creation and editing. Netify will add the tools to its current stack, which integrates with most other content sources, frameworks and CMS systems.
When it comes to articles about software development, who doesn't like tips and tricks? Here's a list of 15 from a 20-year Microsoft coding pro.
Will AI replace human coders? One AI-company CEO seems to think so, and says it will happen within the next five years.
When it unveiled the Vision Pro at WWDC 2023, Apple's visionary headset drew mixed reviews, mainly for its eye-popping $3,500 retail price tag and its target audience of gamers. As time goes on it's still turning heads, but also changing minds.