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IBM offers code patterns for AI, microservices, blockchain apps

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IBM has released two sets of freely available code and other development assets: IBM Code Patterns and Bot Asset Exchange. The features in IBM Code Patterns With IBM Code Patterns,...

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Mingis on Tech: The building blocks of … blockchain

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Computerworld | Dec 13, 2017 One of the biggest topics in IT right now involves blockchain, the distributed ledger tech that underpins Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Here’s a look at what...

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What’s new in Kubernetes containers

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The latest version of the open source container orchestration framework Kubernetes, Kubernetes 1.9, brings to the container-orchestration framework both full-blown and beta-test versions of significant new features: The general availability...

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What’s next for the Glimmer mobile JavaScript library

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Glimmer, a library for building mobile applications that arose out of the Ember.js front-end JavaScript stack, will use custom bytecode to improve web application loading on mobile devices. The Glimmer...

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C’s wild ride: From all-time low to big gains

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The venerable, close-to-the-metal C language has enjoyed a reversal of fortune in the Tiobe language popularity index, emerging as a candidate for the index’s top gainer this year after sustaining...

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What’s new in Google’s Go language

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The team behind Google’s Go language has just released a beta of Go 1.10, the next version of the popular open source language. [ Also on InfoWorld: Tap the power...

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Unikraft project promises to simplify unikernel creation

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Unikernels promise fast boots, tiny memory footprints, and high performance, but they must be developed from scratch for each application. NEC is working to remove this barrier to unikernel adoption...

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Pivotal will bring serverless computing to Cloud Foundry

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Serverless computing is coming to the Pivotal Cloud Foundry cloud computing platform, in the form of Pivotal Function Services. There’s no firm release date, but Pivotal says it’s aiming for...

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What’s next for the Groovy language: The 2018 roadmap

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Groovy, the veteran language for the Java Virtual Machine, has several enhancements on its roadmap, such as to support Java 9 modularity and Java 8 lambda capabilities. Although closely linked to...

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What’s new in PHP 7.2: better security, code handling

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PHP 7.2, the latest version of the popular server-side web development language, has numerous features and fixes. The November 30, 2017, release is the second feature update to the PHP...