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JavaScript tutorial: Functional programming in JavaScript

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JavaScript is a flexible language, allowing for all sorts of styles and programming paradigms. Although this breadth sometimes comes at a cost to readability or consistency across a code base,...

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2 reasons enterprises should look at Google Stadia

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Google just announced a new gaming platform…yes, Google. It’s called Stadia, and the short version is that it’s a thin-client cloud-only gaming system. It allows you to play games from...

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Normir offers Python-based network-management automation

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Nornir, an automation framework that uses Python directly, provides an alternative to other automation frameworks that use their own domain-specific language (DSL). The framework can dispatch tasks to devices and...

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Version control: Track the who, what, and when of software changes

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You could say that the opposite of version control—from the perspective of internal software development—is chaos. If development teams don’t manage various versions of their work, things can quickly spiral...

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Delta Lake gives Apache Spark data sets new powers

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Databricks, the main commercial backer for Apache Spark, has released Delta Lake, an open source storage layer for Spark that provides ACID transactions and other data-management functions for machine learning...

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22 open-source tools that make Kubernetes better

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Kubernetes has become a standard way—many would say the standard way — to deploy containerized applications at scale. But if Kubernetes helps us to tame sprawling and complex container deployments, what’s...

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Machine learning and data visualization for clickstream analysis

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Before analyzing customer data, we need to describe the customers. Descriptive features for customers usually revolve around three categories: revenues, demographics and behavior. While revenues and demographics are easy to...

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TensorFlow unveils MLIR for faster machine learning

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Engineers working on Google’s TensorFlow machine learning framework have revealed a subproject, MLIR, that is intended to be a common intermediate language for machine learning frameworks. MLIR, short for Multi-Level...

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What’s new in the Node.js 12 JavaScript runtime

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Node.js 12 has arrived as the latest version of the server-side JavaScript framework, with faster startup and improved default heap limits. Node.js 12 is an LTS (Long Term Support) release,...

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Why workload-migration metrics get it wrong

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It can take anywhere from a day to two months to move a workload or application to the public cloud. This has been so tough to predict that a few...