SD Times news digest: JetBrains Space adds notification management, Microsoft GCToolkit goes open source, Google is deprecating its JavaScript-based Google Platform Library

by Jeremy

JetBrains added Notifications Management to its Space product to help developers deal with information overload. 

#Spacebox, the new default personal feed, intelligently highlights the most relevant notifications. Users can customize the setup to adjust notifications they want to see inside Spacebox and any meal or group channel. 

“Our goal with Space is to allow software developers and other teams working with them to collaborate efficiently and focus on their work,” said Sergey Shkredov, the team lead at JetBrains Space. “Space enables it by intelligently managing notifications about new issues, commits, blog posts, and any other updates you’re interested in while keeping the distractions away”.

Microsoft GCToolkit goes open source.

Microsoft announced that its GCToolkit, a set of libraries for analyzing Java garbage collection (GC) log files, has just been open-sourced.  The toolkit parses GC log files into discrete events. It provides an API for aggregating data from those events, enabling users to create arbitrary and complex analyses of the state of managed memory in the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) represented by the garbage collection log.

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