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  • Not all AIops tools are created equal April 10, 2020
    AIops is becoming the new norm for operational tools supporting cloud operations. This technology can be applied to all types of operational tasks, providing intelligent automation that learns as it solves operational issues.These tools must carry out preprogrammed self-corrective processes, and the AIops tools’ ability to learn during those processes creates a huge advantage. For […]
  • What’s new in Angular 10 April 9, 2020
    Angular 10, a planned upgrade to the popular web development framework, is now in progress, with two initial beta releases of the TypeScript-based platform arriving on April 8, 2020. The upgrade to the Google-developed framework is expected to focus more on the ecosystem than features.Angular 10 is likely to be smaller than previous versions of Angular. […]
  • Is your data lake open enough? What to watch out for April 9, 2020
    A data lake is a system or repository that stores data in its raw format along with transformed, trusted data sets, and provides both programmatic and SQL-based access to this data for diverse analytics tasks such as data exploration, interactive analytics, and machine learning. The data stored in a data lake can include structured data […]
  • Coding together apart: Software development after COVID-19 April 9, 2020
    Pandemics are not the “new normal” for the human race. As with practically every other type of disaster, we’ve survived them countless times in the past.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
  • What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.44 April 8, 2020
    Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code has become one of the most popular developer tools around. Built using GitHub’s cross-platform Electron framework, Visual Studio Code is a full-featured, extensible, open source code editor that supports a wide selection of programming languages and frameworks, from the familiar C, C++, and C# to modern languages like Go, Rust, and Node.js. […]
  • CheerpJ Java-to-JavaScript compiler boosts exception handling, native methods April 8, 2020
    Version 2.1 of the CheerpJ Java-to-WebAssembly-and-JavaScript compiler, released April 6, brings optimizations to exception handling and native methods.Described as a maintenance release, CheerpJ 2.1 introduces optimizations for exception handling, which are now compiled to “much more efficient” JavaScript code, according to a bulletin on the version 2.1 upgrade. In addition, native Java reflection calls have been […]
  • Nextstrain seeks JavaScript developers to combat COVID-19 April 8, 2020
    Nextstrain, an open source project to provide real-time tracking information about the evolution of pathogens, has put out a call for JavaScript developers to help build out its interactive web application, Auspice, as part of its COVID-19 efforts.Auspice is an interactive explorer for phylodynamic and phylogenomic data—data sets that show the evolution of a given pathogen, […]
  • AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud: Which free tier is best? April 8, 2020
    Who doesn’t like free stuff? The public cloud vendors know we all do.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
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