Scrrum weekly digest 1st week of december

Scrrum weekly digest 1st week of december

Latest trending news about AWS, Jio, Amazon, Twitter, Digital rupee news

Application Composer, a low-code tool from AWS for creating serverless apps, is released

AWS today unveiled AWS Application Composer, a new low-code tool for graphically planning and creating serverless applications, at its re:Invent conference. The service offers developers a visual canvas and a straightforward drag-and-drop interface to let them design their functions, link their resources, and build the architecture of their applications.

"Sometimes programmers use synchronous systems because they are more practical. They appear to be considerably simpler," said Werner Vogels, CTO of AWS. "In a synchronous system, all of these elements are present. It can occasionally seem a little intimidating how they function together in the event-driven. We have therefore been considering ways to make this simpler. For instance, how can you make it simpler for devs who have never used serverless? How are you supposed to even begin? What services are they in need of? How do they cooperate? We really wanted to simplify this."

Digital Rupee is India's first official digital currency issued by RBI

The digital Rupee, created by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has officially gone live as part of a pilot. Starting early some banks in specific cities will offer the digital Rupee (e-R) for sale and trading. Here are five things to consider regarding the digital Rupee if you intend to purchase India's official digital currency.

Four banks have been given permission to issue digital rupees in India as part of the pilot programme by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI): State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, and IDFC First Bank. The ability to deliver digital goods will also soon be available to four more banks: Bank of Baroda, Union Bank of India, HDFC Bank, and Kotak Mahindra Bank.

Recent Twitter, Apple issue resolved tweets Elon Musk

Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, is criticising Apple for its tax regulations and Apple App Store standards. The Tesla owner claimed that Apple had removed Twitter from the App Store without providing a reason and added that the corporation had also ceased running advertisements on the social networking site. Musk claims Apple put pressure on Twitter to comply with its demands for content regulation. Many of Musk's supporters and followers have started a campaign on the website in support of "free speech" as a result of his tweets.

Elon Musk said on Thursday that they have "settled" issues around the microblogging platform potentially being removed from the App Store based on his most recent tweet and his discussion with Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Jio releases a platform for short videos similar to Instagram reels

In collaboration with Rolling Stone India and Creativeland Asia, Jio Platforms unveiled a new short video app. The business promises to provide consumers with a better experience and to provide creators additional opportunities for income in an effort to disrupt short-form social media. The business claims that by releasing the new app, it hopes to move the creator economy away from "watch me" and toward "book me."The beta version of the software is reportedly already out there. In January 2023, the Platform app's stable version will launch.

Amazon now closing another business in India After Foodservice

As part of its cost-cutting efforts and the yearly operations planning review process, Amazon is closing down its wholesale distribution operation in India. Bengaluru, Mysuru, and Hubli are the three cities where the distribution vertical is active. To help small businesses, it buys quickly consumable goods from companies and sells them wholesale directly to neighbourhood stores like Kirana stores, pharmacies, and department stores.

It's noteworthy that this is the third Indian firm the company has shut down. The company already revealed plans to end its educational technology endeavour, Amazon Academy, and its food delivery service, Amazon Food. From now on, the service will end on December 29. From August 2023, the business will stop operating its Amazon Academy ed-tech 

 

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