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AWS Lambda now supports Ruby 2.7

You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using Ruby 2.7. This is the latest release of Ruby and supports new features like pattern matching, argument forwarding and numbered arguments. Lambda functions written in Ruby 2.7 run on Amazon Linux 2, the lat… Continue Reading —...

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AWS IoT Device Tester v1.7.0 for FreeRTOS is now available

AWS IoT Device Tester for FreeRTOS now supports FreeRTOS 202002.00. The latest version of AWS IoT Device Tester supports custom code signing for OTA (Over-the-air) update qualification tests, managed policy, and device setup check for serial ports. Continue Reading — AWS IoT Device Tester v1.7.0 for...

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Amazon RDS for SQL Server now supports Z1d instances

Starting today, you can now launch Z1d instance types when using Amazon RDS for SQL Server in the following AWS Regions: North America US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), and US West (N. California). Europe, Middle East and… Continue Reading —...

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Amazon Neptune now enforces SSL connections

Amazon Neptune now enforces SSL connections to your database. You have the option to disable SSL in regions, such as US East (N. Virginia) or Europe (London), where both SSL and non-SSL connections are supported. Continue Reading — Amazon Neptune now enforces SSL connections

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[$] Debian discusses how to handle 2038

At this point, most of the kernel work to avoid the year-2038 apocalypse has been completed. Said apocalypse could occur when time counted in seconds since 1970 overflows a 32-bit signed value (i.e. time_t). Work in the GNU C Library (glibc) a… Continue Reading —...

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