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Microsoft confirms Lapsus$ breach after hackers publish Bing, Cortana source code

Microsoft has confirmed that it was breached by the Lapsus$ hacking group. In a blog post on Tuesday — published hours after Lapsus$ posted a torrent file containing partial source code from Bing, B

Open source project Tea is brew2 for web3

Open source code is integral to tech stacks at many large companies, but its authors rarely get recognized — let alone compensated — for their work.  Max Howell claims the package manager

How to hire great engineers when you don’t have any technical expertise

Recruiting a winning engineering team can be intimidating, especially for first-time and non-technical founders.

For founders who want to launch apps, ‘being non-technical is not a limitation’

To get a look at how development agency Intent tailors its approach to client needs, we spoke with Wojciech Borkowski, head of business development, and CTO Peter Tuszynski.

Orkes, founded by the creators of Netflix’s open source Conductor workflow orchestration tool, comes out of stealth with $9.3M

Netflix helped change the game for microservices when it developed and the outsourced a tool called Conductor, initially built to handle its own extensive, multi-channel on-demand video traffic (and c

Signadot promises developers faster feedback loops

Signadot, a startup that aims to simplify the development process for microservice-based applications by making it easier for developers to test their code, today announced that it has raised a $4 mil

Astrix Security emerges from stealth to help organizations spot rogue third-party apps

Astrix Security, an Israeli cybersecurity startup that provides access management for third-party app integrations, has emerged from stealth with $15 million in funding. The startup was co-founded in

Still managing engineers remotely? Okay has a performance dashboard for that

In the past year, the company saw both its revenue and customer base grow around 10 times.

Pandemic and ‘revenge travel’ helps power Heygo to a $20M Series A funding round

During the worst throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, very few people could travel. Meanwhile, both 2021 and 2022 were predicted to be the years of “revenge travel” where people would do a great deal

Ethereum developer tools platform Hardhat becomes nonprofit with donations from a16z and others

Nomic Labs, creator of popular Ethereum developer tools platform Hardhat, is becoming a nonprofit with the goal of improving the protocol’s developer ecosystem, it announced today.  Nomic, which fi

3D content collaboration startup Taichi Graphics closes $50M Series A

For years, open source software in China was only attracting developers and was poorly understood by returns-seeking investors. But they are finally having a moment like their Western counterparts. Th

Daily Crunch: With $4M pre-seed round, Casava sets new funding record for African insurtech

Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

GitHub introduces sponsor-only repositories

A few years ago, GitHub introduced sponsorships that allowed anybody to make direct financial contributions to open source developers. Today, it is taking this concept a bit further by launching spons

AllSpice thinks hardware developers lack their own ‘GitHub,’ so it is building one

The idea behind the company was to get engineers back to spending the majority of their time designing and building hardware products.

Open source developers, who work for free, are discovering they have power

Most people don’t realize it, but many of the devices and apps you use every day are built on top of open source software, maintained by one or two developers that aren’t paid for their time, who

LiveKit co-founder believes the metaverse needs open infrastructure

The company is developing a free, open source infrastructure for building and scaling real-time audio and video experiences in applications. 

SF’s Tradeshift, a supply chain finance platform, raises $200M

Tradeshift — the late-stage startup tackling supply chain financing — has announced a $200 million funding round in equity and debt from a combination of existing and new investors, including Koch

Longevica takes in $2.5M as it launches open research resources to examine life extension

Longevica's goal is to validate the pipeline of turning scientific research into consumer-ready products.

Cortex raises $15M Series A to help development teams wrangle their microservices

Cortex, a startup that helps engineering teams get improved visibility into the Rube Goldberg machine that is their microservices architecture and improve their overall development practices around it

Runway raises $2M seed, launches its ‘air traffic control’ system for mobile app releases

Runway, a startup that emerged from the challenges that faced Rent the Runway’s first iOS team, is now exiting beta and launching its service that simplifies the mobile app release cycle —
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