‘Memory Safe’ languages + Secure Hardware see uptick to stem security issues

Increasing security issues and exploits are driving up the numbers of secure hardware shipments as well as driving developers and systems to more ‘memory safe’ languages. Continue reading “‘Memory Safe’ languages + Secure Hardware see uptick to stem security issues”

Beyond Silicon: $50 Billion CHIPS for America Program Stimulates Innovation

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s ”Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors” (CHIPS) and Science Act for America Fund, a $50 billion investment to catalyze long-term growth in the domestic semiconductor industry in support of our national and economic security, was signed into law earlier this year. Continue reading “Beyond Silicon: $50 Billion CHIPS for America Program Stimulates Innovation”

Rust’s rapid rise signals shift to collaborative open-source software

Created just a decade ago, “Rust” is a modern programming language aimed at performance and safety — especially for applications requiring safe concurrency.
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