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Interview: Brendan Eich on JavaScript’s blessing and curse

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Being the creator of JavaScript has been a blessing and a curse for Brendan Eich. On the one hand, JavaScript has the distinction of being the most popular programming language...

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Machine learning: How to create a recommendation engine

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Get the full book Pragmatic AI: An Introduction to Cloud-Based Machine Learning This article is an excerpt from the Pearson Addison-Wesley book “Pragmatic AI” by Noah Gift. Reprinted here with...

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For cloud deployments, ‘it works’ is not good enough

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“It works.” That’s a term used to go right along with “success,” but these days it means that you’ve gotten an instance of a cloud solution up and running. But it’s...

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Oracle and Intel seek to build a Java API for SIMD support

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Oracle and Intel are developing a Java API to add first-class vector, or SIMD (single instruction, multiple data), support to the platform, which could yield big performance gains.   Part...

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Why there are no shortcuts to machine learning

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Big data remains a game for the 1 percent. Or the 15 percent, as new O’Reilly survey data suggests. According to the survey, most enterprises (85 percent) still haven’t cracked...

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Introducing the Kubernetes Operator for TiDB

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Shuan Deng and Greg Weber are cloud product engineers at PingCAP. The rise of Kubernetes has significantly simplified the deployment and operation of cloud-native applications. An important part of that experience...

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Oracle offers GraphPipe spec for machine learning data transmission

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Oracle has developed an open source specification for transmitting tensor data, which the company wants to become a standard for machine learning. Called GraphPipe, the specification provides a protocol for network...

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Review: 13 Python web frameworks compared

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If you are developing a web application and you have picked Python as the language to build it in, that’s a smart move. Python’s maturity of development, robust libraries, and...

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Cloud computing 2018: How enterprise adoption is taking shape

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A 2018 cloud computing study by IDG Communications, InfoWorld’s parent company, has found that organizations continue to increase their investment and evolve their cloud environments to leverage the technology to...

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The cloud will soon drive your car

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I’m a car guy. I’m also a cloud guy. So, it is natural I would want to connect the two. But it’s not just me. In fact, the car-cloud connection...