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What’s next for Microsoft’s .Net CLR

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Microsoft’s Common Language Runtime, the virtual machine that anchors the .Net Framework, is due for a makeover, with the company announcing plans to make the CLR more efficient and scalable....

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Microsoft brings Apache Spark, Cassandra, MariaDB to its Azure cloud

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Microsoft has brought several third-party popular platforms to its Azure cloud aimed at developers and data analysts. [ What is Apache Spark? The big data analytics platform explained. | Which NoSQL...

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Microsoft debuts beta Visual Studio Tools for AI

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Microsoft has released a beta version of its Visual Studio Tools for AI, an extension to the company’s signature Visual Studio 2017 IDE that lets developers and data scientists embed...

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Azure IoT Edge brings smarts to devices at the cloud’s edge

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It can be hard to pin down a definition of edge computing. Some companies look at it in terms of networks, others in terms of datacenters. For Microsoft, it’s a...

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What’s new in TensorFlow machine learning

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TensorFlow, Google’s contribution to the world of machine learning and data science, is a general framework for quickly developing neural networks. Despite being relatively new, TensorFlow has already found wide...

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Microsoft’s Mono .Net runtime brings back interpreter

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Mono, Microsoft’s open source, cross-platform runtime for .Net-based development, has regained its .Net interpreter, about a decade after it was removed to keep Mono’s development effort manageable. Mono’s developers are...

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Scripting languages slip in popularity

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Prominent scripting languages, once viewed as the future of programming by offering ease of use, have slipped in the monthly Tiobe index of language popularity. Only Python and JavaScript still...

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What’s new in Prometheus monitoring for Docker and Kubernetes

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Prometheus, the open source monitoring system for Docker-style containers running in cloud architectures, has formally released a 2.0 version with major architectural changes to improve its performance. Among the changes...

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Beta JetBrains IDE moves Kotlin apps out of the JVM

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JetBrains has made available the Kotlin/Native technology, which creates native binaries for Kotlin code so they can run without a Java virtual machine. A beta version of the CLion IDE allows...

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Visual Studio Code roadmap: The new features you can expect

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Microsoft’s 2018 roadmap for its open source Visual Studio Code code editor includes better performance, reduced memory consumption, and more support for JavaScript and TypeScript. The multilanguage Visual Studio Code,...