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DevToolsDigest: Issue #241

This week's digest includes news and resources from Cloudflare, DevOps Digest, U.S. Department of Defense, and more.

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    The Week in Developer Tools

    Cloudflare Servers Don't Own IPs Anymore – So How Do They Connect to the Internet?

    Anycast is a technology where each of their data centers "announces" and can handle the same IP ranges. With many destinations possible, how does the Internet know where to route the packets?

    Department of Defense Releases Zero Trust Strategy and Roadmap

    Current and future cyber threats and attacks drive the need for a Zero Trust approach that goes beyond the traditional perimeter defense approach. The Department intends to implement distinct Zero Trust capabilities and activities as outlined in the strategy and associated Roadmap by FY27.

    Industry Research

    2023 DevOps Predictions - Part 1

    Industry experts — from analysts and consultants to the top vendors — offer thoughtful, insightful, and often controversial predictions on how DevOps and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2023.

    The Origins of Python

    A programming language is a tool for expressing algorithmic ideas in a form that lends itself to execution by an automaton. Functional tool design is not a science; it involves seeking a balance between potentially conflicting design objectives.

    Developer Venture News

    Despite Big Layoffs, Tech Workers are Still in Demand

    While many individual workers must now find new jobs, the broader outlook for tech workers remains strong. Their skills are still in demand, and their peers have responded to recent cuts with a wave of grassroots support to help laid-off workers find new jobs.

    SPACs Collapse as $11 Billion of Deals Are Called Off Within an Hour

    More than 55 transactions have been terminated this year as the market sours on speculative industries, particularly the SPAC market. Those canned deals account for just a portion of the more than 65 sponsors to shut down operations, a dire signal for the roughly 470 teams still looking to strike partnerships.

    From the Heavybit Library

    Announcing Human Readable

    Human Readable is a monthly podcast show all about fostering and maintaining diverse, inclusive, and welcoming tech communities. In this inaugural episode, Lo Etheridge and Rizel Scarlett speak with Demetris Cheatham of GitHub.