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4 hidden cloud computing costs that will get you fired

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John just finished the first wave on cloud workload migrations for his company. With a solid 500 applications and related data sets migrated to a public cloud, he now has...

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Next.js 7 framework compiles faster, supports WebAssembly

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Zeit’s open source Next.js framework for static and server-rendered React applications compiles faster and improves error reporting with the new Version 7 release. Support for the WebAssembly binary format—via the Webpack...

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Removed from JDK 11, JavaFX 11 arrives as a standalone module

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JavaFX 11, the first standalone release of the Java-based rich client technology, is now available. Oracle is removing JavaFX from the Java Development Kit (JDK) 11, given an overall desire to...

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How to transition to a microservices architecture

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Get the full book Microservices and Containers This article is an excerpt from the Pearson Addison-Wesley book “Microservices and Containers” by Parminder Singh Kocher. Reprinted here with permission from Pearson...

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LLVM 7 improves performance analysis, linking

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The developers behind LLVM, the open-source framework for building cross-platform compilers, have unveiled LLVM 7. The new release arrives right on schedule as part of the project’s cadence of major releases...

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How to secure your PostgreSQL database

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Avinash Vallarapu is a PostgreSQL support tech lead at Percona. Another month, another database security disaster. It seems database security breaches are becoming more common as bad actors realize that...

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Python virtualenv and venv do’s and don’ts

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One of the biggest draws of Python is its expansive ecosystem of third-party packages. If there is a task you want to pull off—file format conversion, scraping and restructuring web...

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Microsoft’s SignalR real-time service moves to the cloud

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Version 2.4.0 of the ASP.Net SignalR real-time communications library will support Azure SignalR Service, a managed service for adding real-time web functionality to applications. ASP.Net SignalR 2.4.0 is due later...

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Does the cloud still make sense when the economy is good?

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The economy is doing well. Even the Fed is looking to figure out ways to slow things down, so the economic boom does not become overheated and then collapse. How...

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How to work with Azure Pipelines for devops

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Microsoft’s recent renaming of Visual Studio Team Services as Azure DevOps came as a surprise, rebranding a familiar service and adding significant new features. One of those new features, Azure...