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WebAssembly, JavaScript links get faster in Firefox

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Mozilla’s latest beta version of the Firefox browser, Firefox Nightly, makes calls between the WebAssembly binary format and JavaScript faster, so it is easier to combine the two languages. WebAssembly...

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What’s new in Angular: Version 7 release candidate arrives

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The release candidate of Version 7 of Angular, Google’s popular JavaScript framework for building mobile and desktop applications, is now here. The production version’s release is slated for October 17,...

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Do more with R: drag-and-drop ggplot

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Some R users become leery of graphical user interfaces. Pointing and clicking and dragging may be convenient, but it can be harder to save, check, or rerun an analysis. But...

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Multicloud does not eliminate vendor lockin

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Not to name names, but I’ve been reading in several publications that one of the main reasons to go to multicloud is to avoid vendor lockin. While I can see...

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How to build resilient microservices

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Kasun Indrasiri is the director of integration architecture at WSO2. Increasingly, developers rely on a microservices architecture to build an application as a suite of fine-grained, narrowly focused, and independent...

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Puppet builds project and vulnerability assessment tools for devops

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Puppet is developing applications to provide operational insights and vulnerability assessments for devops. Both the insights and vulnerability tools are in private beta. [ Devops best practices: The 5 methods you...

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6 ways to make machine learning fail

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The process of learning in general often means making mistakes and taking the wrong paths, and then figuring out how to avoid these pitfalls in the future. Machine learning is...

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Why you should use Docker and containers

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A book published in 1981, called Nailing Jelly to a Tree, describes software as “nebulous and difficult to get a firm grip on.” That was true in 1981, and it is no...

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Microsoft open-sources Infer.Net machine learning

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Microsoft has released through open source its Infer.Net cross-platform framework for model-based machine learning. Infer.Net will become part of the ML.Net machine learning framework for .Net developers, with Infer.Net extending...

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Microsoft smartens up the ML.Net machine learning API

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Microsoft has released the 0.6 version of its ML.Net machine learning framework, aimed at .Net developers. The update adds a new and more useful model-building API set, the ability to...