It was a matter of time until someone attempted this project, but here it is. FauxPilot runs locally on your machine, and uses SalesForce CodeGen models running on top of NVIDIAs Triton Inference server. It comes with docker images to do the set up for you, and ships with different model engines depending on the VRAM available on your GPU. I'm really intrigued how this compares to Copilot, which I've used for a while now.
This article has attracted quite a lot of attention this week, as IDE opinions often do. This time it's a write-up of Webstorm (from JetBrains) comparing it to VS Code. I'm a long-time VS Code user myself so it was quite interesting seeing the differences. I'm not sure I'm ready to make the switch, but each to their own, and many of the points made are perfectly valid.
Temporal is a development tool that uses workflows to ensure services and applications are running as they should do. It comes in 2 flavours; Open Source and as a managed service. They recently released version 1.0.0 of their TypeScript SDK, which looks great.
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