DevToolsDigest: August 20th, 2020
This digest includes news and resources from Snyk, Avo, Sanity, Buildkite, Grafana Labs, and more.

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The Week in Developer Tools
VulnCost is an open source security scanner from Snyk for VSCode that helps find vulnerabilities in JavaScript, TypeScript & HTML packages, while you code. Receive feedback in-line with your code, such as the number of vulnerabilities a package being imported contains.
Over two years after the initial announcement, TypeGraphQL is now ready for its first stable release - v1.0.0. If you haven't heard about TypeGraphQL yet, it's a modern framework for creating GraphQL APIs with TypeScript in Node.js, using only classes and decorators. 
Industry Research
Avo Co-Founder and CEO, Stef Olafsdottir sat down with Justin Bauer, Amplitude Executive Vice President of Product, to get some insight into how the company created a self-service data democracy that bridges the art and science of product development.
Learn about headless Content Management Systems: what they are, how they work, and how they differ from traditional CMSes like Wordress. Explore the uses of headless content, and how to apply it to websites, apps, and more.
Developer Venture News
This round is the company’s first since Buildkite  raised about AUD $200,000 in seed funding when it was founded in 2013. Co-founder and chief executive officer Lachlan Donald  told TechCrunch that Buildkite didn’t seek more funding earlier because it was growing profitably.
Grafana Labs announced that it has raised $50 million in a Series B funding round, which will be used to aggressively accelerate its product roadmap in key areas across its leading open and composable observability platform — where customers can mix and match best-of-breed open and proprietary data sources — and nurture and invest in the wider Grafana community.
From The Heavybit Library
Aligning DevRel and Sales for Growth with Twilio CMO Sara Varni
An unfortunate side effect of how DevRel and Sales teams are often structured is that these teams lack regular contact with one another, and in worst cases, view each other’s work as an unnecessary use of time and resources. In this Speaker Series, Twilio’s Chief Marketing Officer Sara Varni shares how closely aligning your Sales and DevRel teams can open the door to new growth opportunities.