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You can't judge a book by its cover, and this week we surprised each other when we dug into the HP Dev One. Plus some insights on remote virtual dev desktops and the gotcha's from WWDC we missed.
- Tailscale: Tailscale is the easiest way to create a peer-to-peer network with the power of Wireguard.
- Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/coder
- Jupiter Broadcasting Meetup — No venue confirmed atm, this event is currently 100% provisional. Location most likely in London area - probably central and probably outdoors for obvious reasons. If you're interested in attending please indicate by RSVPing yes to this event.
- Managed PostgreSQL and MongoDB are Here | Linode — We’ve added PostgreSQL and MongoDB to our managed database service. Launched in May with support for MySQL, Linode Managed Databases gives developers access to popular databases in a managed service that shifts some of the responsibility for maintenance and monitoring to us.
- HP Dev One — From preinstalled Linux Pop!OS to a tuned Linux keyboard with a Super key, HP Dev One is designed with powerful features and tools to help you code your way.
- Introducing Zed — A lightning-fast, collaborative code editor written in Rust.
- Sunsetting Atom — Today, we’re announcing that we are sunsetting Atom and will archive all projects under the organization on December 15, 2022.
- Here's why Stage Manager only works on M1 iPads — While iPadOS 16 is compatible with tablets ranging from the A9-powered fifth-gen iPad, not all features will roll out to non-M1-powered machines — the most notable being Stage Manager.
- Apple will allow Linux VMs to run Intel apps with Rosetta in macOS Ventura — Some developers, including Hector Martin of the Asahi Linux project and Twitter user @neverreleased, have already found that these steps can also enable Rosetta on non-Apple ARM CPUs as long as they're modern enough to support at least version 8.2 of the Arm instruction set.
- Apple Will Handle Its Own Lending for Buy Now Pay Later Service — Apple Inc. will handle the lending itself for a new “buy now, pay later” offering, sidestepping partners as the tech giant pushes deeper into the financial services industry.
- Qualcomm will beat M2 chips, claims CEO, with former Apple engineers — Qualcomm will beat M2 chips in the laptop and desktop PC sector, claims the company’s CEO, thanks to expertise from three former Apple Silicon engineers.
- Boost: Grab a new Podcast App — Send a Boost into the show with a Podcasting 2.0 compatible app.