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.Net Core 2.0 to extend coding optimizations to Linux

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The next version of Microsoft’s open source, cross-platform version of the .Net software platform, .Net Core 2.0, will bring profile-guided optimization (PGO) to Linux x64. PGO is native compilation technology...

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Survey says Python is tops with developers

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Python, which was already surging in popularity among developers, has received another endorsement, getting the nod as the most popular tool in IT service provider Packt’s just-released developer survey. The...

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Go language soars to new heights in popularity

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Go, Google’s open source, concurrency-friendly programming language, has soared to new heights with developers, cracking the top 10 in the Tiobe index of language popularity for the first time. With...

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Luna brings visual development to functional programming

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Described by the creators as a developer’s whiteboard “on steroids,” the Luna functional language promises to enable application assembly by clicking and dragging visual elements together. Expected to be released...

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.7

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In Kubernetes version 1.7, the container orchestration and management system is gaining slew of new security, stateful application, and extensibility features Kubernetes 1.6 was mainly about stabilizing and bringing to term...

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Eclipse gets ready for Java 9 with Oxygen release train

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The Eclipse Foundation’s annual release train, featuring simultaneous updates to dozens of projects, has just arrived, featuring preliminary Java 9 support. Called Oxygen, the release train covers 83 projects and includes...

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Nvidia’s new TensorRT speeds machine learning predictions

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Nvidia has released a new version of TensorRT, a runtime system for serving inferences using deep learning models through Nvidia’s own GPUs. Inferences, or predictions made from a trained model, can...

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Progressive web apps challenge native mobile apps

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Native mobile apps have generally had the edge when it comes to user experience over web-based apps. But the tide is turning, with progressive web apps — a technology spearheaded by...

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The road to Java 9: Only critical bugs getting fixed now

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With the initial release candidate build for Java 9 now published, Oracle has proposed that from here on out, only “showstopper” bugs be fixed for the production Java 9 release,...

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Google open-sources TensorFlow training tools

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Over the past year, Google’s TensorFlow has asserted itself as a popular open source toolkit for deep learning. But training a TensorFlow model can be cumbersome and slow—especially when the...