IN THIS ISSUE: VSCode Manages GitHub Pull Requests; State of the Developer Nation; IBM Tools Check for Bias; Google's Rugged Recommendations; DHS Warning for Honeywell; Blockchain Myths Debunked
Microsoft has released a public preview for its VSCode editor that allows developers to review code-change requests from github.
The 15th annual report of the state of the developer economy is out, and includes survey data from more than 20,000 devs of every stripe.
Can software have racial or gender bias? IBM thinks so, and released Fairness 360 Kit open source tools to help keep tech firms in check.
Google has added a "rugged devices" category to its Android Enterprise Recommended program, which helps companies select the best.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned of a privilege escalation vulnerability in Honeywell Android devices.
For anyone who still doesn't understand what blockchain is and is not, here's a 5-part primer on some of the most common misconceptions.