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GitHub alternative strives to be all open source, only open source

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Houdini, a CSS (cascading style sheets) standards effort at the World Wide Web Consortium to give developers more control over how a web page looks, now has its first APIs available. Four...

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Tutorial: Spark application architecture and clusters

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Get the full book Data Analytics with Spark Using Python (Addison-Wesley Data & Analytics Series) This article is an excerpt from the Pearson Addison-Wesley book “Data Analytics with Spark Using...

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What is the MEAN stack? JavaScript web applications

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Most anyone who has developed web applications knows the acronym LAMP, which is used to describe web stacks made with Linux, Apache (web server), MySQL (database server), and PHP, Perl,...

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R tip: Keep your passwords and tokens secure with the keyring package

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As a former security reporter, it makes me a little queasy to store a password or token in plain text. And that’s basically what happens when you store a password...

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Google investigates faster, more-private webpage transitions

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As part of efforts to improve the web experience, Google’s Chrome browser team is working on two specifications to enable smoother transitions between web pages.   The specifications include Web...

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C# roadmap: What to expect in Microsoft.Net’s C# 8.0

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Microsoft has fleshed out more details about C# Version 8.0, the next planned major release of the language. C# 8.0 is expected to arrive in 2019, concurrent with the arrival...

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Machine learning lessons: 5 companies share their mistakes

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Machine learning is one of those hot technology categories that has lots of business and technology executives scrambling to see how their organizations can get in on the action. Done...

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How to use Redis Streams

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Roshan Kumar is a senior product manager at Redis Labs. Redis, the in-memory multi-model database, is popular for many use cases. These include content caching, session stores, real-time analytics, message...