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The road to Java 9: Only critical bugs getting fixed now

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With the initial release candidate build for Java 9 now published, Oracle has proposed that from here on out, only “showstopper” bugs be fixed for the production Java 9 release,...

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Google open-sources TensorFlow training tools

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Over the past year, Google’s TensorFlow has asserted itself as a popular open source toolkit for deep learning. But training a TensorFlow model can be cumbersome and slow—especially when the...

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Ruby’s decline in popularity may be permanent

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Ruby has had a reputation as a user-friendly language for building web applications. But its slippage in this month’s RedMonk Programming Language Rankings has raised questions about where exactly the...

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CheerpJ converts Java apps into JavaScript for the web

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Melding Java and web development, CheerpJ is being readied as compiler technology that takes Java bytecode and turns it into JavaScript, for execution in browsers. Based on the LLVM/Clang compiler...

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JVM may get upgrade to support today’s multicore processors

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Oracle is proposing an update to the Java Virtual Machine to allow for direct-value class types, a modernization required by the advent of multicore processors. There is no schedule for when...

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What’s new in Google’s Go 1.9 language

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The next version of Google’s popular Go language will improve performance, compilation, and scaling to large code bases. Go 1.9 should be released in August. Go 1.9’s creators expect almost...

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Scala goes skinny: Ammonite tunes the heavyweight for simple tasks

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Ammonite, an open source tool to use the Scala language for scripting, should debut in its Version 1.0 production version in next two months. The two-year-old project lets Scala be...

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What’s new in Microsoft’s TypeScript 2.4

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Version 2.4 of TypeScript, a popular, typed superset of JavaScript, will offer improved load times with the addition of a dynamic import expressions capability. A release candidate version is now...

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TypeScript 2.4 improves load times, weak type-checking

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Version 2.4 of TypeScript, a popular, typed superset of JavaScript, will offer improved load times with the addition of a dynamic import expressions capability. A release candidate version is now...

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Visual Studio Code comes to Chromebooks, Raspberry Pi

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A community build project led by developer Jay Rodgers is making Visual Studio Code, Microsoft’s lightweight source code editor, available for Chromebooks, Raspberry Pi boards, and other devices based on...