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MongoDB Atlas unveils multicloud cluster support

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NoSQL database vendor MongoDB will enable users to deploy a distributed MongoDB database across AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure via a multicloud clusters capability being added to the company’s...

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Build custom models with Azure Machine Learning Designer

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Machine learning is an important part of modern application development, replacing much of what used to be done using a complex series of rules engines, and expanding coverage to a...

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NPM adds Workspaces for managing multiple packages

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NPM 7.0.0, an upgrade to the JavaScript package manager, is due to be released with Node.js 15 this week, highlighted by Workspaces. Workspaces is a long-requested feature that gives NPM a...

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How to make the most of the AWS free tier

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Free is a powerful incentive. When I taught a course on web frameworks at the local college, we designed the assignments to ensure that all of the experiments could be...

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How to use IHttpClientFactory in ASP.NET Core

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When working in applications in ASP.NET Core you might often need to invoke the Web API action methods using HttpClient to check if the endpoints are working fine. To achieve...

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3 unexpected predictions for cloud computing next year

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It’s that time of the year when PR folk promote their clients as somebody who can make predictions for 2021 that all should regard. I’m often taken back by the...

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5 things CIOs want from app developers

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CIOs and IT leaders are stuck in a paradox of competing priorities regarding developing, enhancing, and modernizing applications. On the one hand, they seek innovation, experiences that delight end-users, and...

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How to use Java generics to avoid ClassCastExceptions

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Java 5 brought generics to the Java language. In this article, I introduce you to generics and discuss generic types, generic methods, generics and type inference, generics controversy, and generics...

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BizOps Manifesto urges business-tech alignment

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A coalition of technologists and executives known as the BizOps Coalition is looking to bridge the gap between technology investments and business outcomes, via a effort called the BizOps Manifesto,...

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A foolproof way to understand cloud optimization

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We’ve discussed the notion of cloud architecture optimization here in the past. Now it’s time to understand how it’s measured. You really have no way to prove your architecture isn’t...