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DevToolsDigest: Issue #295

This week's digest includes news and resources from Stack Overflow, Sanity, Coda, and more.

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    The Week in Developer Tools

    Stack Overflow and OpenAI Partner to Strengthen the World’s Most Popular LLMs

    OpenAI and Stack Overflow are coming together via OverflowAPI access to provide OpenAI users and customers with the accurate and vetted data foundation that AI tools need to quickly find a solution to a problem so that technologists can stay focused on priority tasks. OpenAI will also surface validated technical knowledge from Stack Overflow directly into ChatGPT.

    Introducing Sanity Create

    How often do you do your actual writing within your CMS? It's rare. Why? Because you need a clean, focused interface for writing, organizing thoughts, and tracking inputs. But what if we no longer have to settle for this tradeoff? Sanity Create is a reinvented writing experience that embraces the creative process, brings the best of generative AI, and is integrated into Sanity Studio.

    Industry Research

    Platform Engineering: What Does ‘Good’ Look Like?

    To improve the developer experience, organizations are increasingly looking to platform engineering to reduce toil and focus on revenue-generating features and innovation. Gartner estimates that 80% of large software engineering organizations will have established platform engineering teams by 2026. But what’s behind the hype?

    Read Satya Nadella’s Microsoft Memo on Putting Security First

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is now making it clear to every employee that security should be prioritized above all else. The Verge has obtained a memo from Nadella to Microsoft’s more than 200,000 employees, where he discusses the new security overhaul and how the company is learning from attackers to improve its security processes.

    Developer Venture News

    The Fastest Growing Category of Venture Investment in 2024

    The fastest growing category of US venture investment in 2024 is AI. Venture capitalists have invested $18.3 billion through the first four months of the year. AI startups now command more than 20% share of all US venture dollars across categories, including healthcare, biotech, & software. In the preceding eight years, that number was about 8% per year. But after the launch of ChatGPT in 2022, there’s a marked inflection point.