DevToolsDigest: August 4th, 2017
Our digest today includes resources from Snyk, Dmitri Zimine, ReadMe, PagerDuty, and Josh Koenig.

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The Day in Developer Tools

Since they launched nearly two years ago, Snyk has been focused on making it easier to use open-source code without compromising security. Now, they're taking another leap forward and launching support for Scala, Python and Gradle.

Slack invite has been a canonical example of a serverless application. But what if you want to do something more involved? Like the StackStorm community sign-up flow, where they ask Slack to invite a user, but also record them into ActiveCampaign CRM with appropriate tags, and create a user record in the database? Read more for how they've built a serverless solution.
Dive into tons of great resources, including articles and videos, in ReadMe's excellent guide to API documentation.
On August 17th, 11am PDT, PagerDuty will be hosting an AMA session with Evan Gilman and Doug Barth, authors of Zero-Trust Networks. The zero trust model is a method that treats all hosts as if they’re internet-facing, and considers the entire network to be compromised and hostile.
Pantheon Co-founder Josh Koenig tweeted: “It begins. Google warning site owners that Chrome version 62 will start flagging *any* user input as insecure over HTTP in October.”
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From The Heavybit Archive
Cole Krumbholz on Developer Product Design
In this Speaker Series presentation, Heavybit Product Faculty Chair and Developer Platform Lead of Squarespace Cole Krumbholz gives advice on how to define a value prop, get to know your customers and successfully establish trust with them.
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