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12/01/2022

Top Linux resources of 2022

In Red Hat Developer's roundup of the best RHEL content of 2022, we highlight some of the most popular stories about Red Hat's flagship Linux

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11/30/2022

C# 11: Raw strings, required members, and auto-default structs

There are changes to strings and initializers in .NET 7. Learn how you can use these new features in your everyday coding.

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11/30/2022

How to remotely query indexed caches in Data Grid 8

Learn how to create indexes in Red Hat Data Grid to make caches work faster and a Spring Boot application to query a cache.

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11/29/2022

What’s new in Ansible Automation Platform 2.3

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This article discusses the improvements and new features in Ansible Automation Platform 2.3, a simple, agentless automation platform.

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Article
11/29/2022

How the new VSCode XML extension improves developer experience

Red Hat announces the release of the VSCode XML Extension 0.22.0 in Visual Studio Code Marketplace and OpenVSX Registry, which improves the overall

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11/24/2022

.NET, Go, Kamelets, and more: Top articles from November 2022

As we head into Thanksgiving, we want to share some of the top tutorials, announcements, and guides that our developer community has engaged with the

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Article
11/23/2022

How to deploy Next.js applications to Red Hat OpenShift

Next.js is one of many popular frameworks for deploying sites based on Node.js. In this article, you'll learn how to deploy Next.js applications using

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11/22/2022

Pipenv and S2i: A better way to manage Python dependencies in containers

The Pipenv packaging tool and Source-to-Image (S2I) help keep the proper Python dependencies in containerized applications.

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11/22/2022

How I developed a faster Ruby interpreter

Learn about 8 optimization techniques for a faster interpreter in Ruby which I developed using a dynamically specialized internal representation (IR).

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