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Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language

InfoWorld 7h et 35min ago

Microsoft has launched a new open-source project to develop the Bosque programming language. The purpose of the Bosque language project is to build a functional programming language that avoids “accidental complexity” in the development process.Design goals for the Bosque language include improved developer productivity, better software quality, and enablement of a range of new compilers and tool experiences. The new language is positioned as an experiment in regularized design for a machine-assisted, rapid, and reliable software development lifecycle.[ Discover the Bossie Award winners: 2018’s best open source software for enterprise for software development, machine learning, cloud computing, and data storage and analytics. ] A key goal is elimination of accidental complexity. Bosque code is supposed to be simple and easy to... Read the article
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5 steps to smarter data visualization

InfoWorld 7h et 35min ago

Many organizations today are taking steps to become data driven by utilizing models, analytics, data visualizations, and dashboards as an integral part of decision making. This is happening in many contexts such as business leaders improving customer experience; technology leaders analyzing agile, devops, and website metrics; and application teams embedding analytics in their applications.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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JavaScript tutorial: Higher-order functions

InfoWorld 7h et 35min ago

Last week, I casually dropped the term “higher-order function” when talking about memoization. While I feel comfortable throwing around terms like that now, I didn’t always know what they meant. This week we’ll examine what higher-order functions are, show some common examples, and learn how to go about creating our own.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Red Hat to maintain OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11

InfoWorld 22h et 59min ago

Red Hat is taking over maintenance responsibilities for OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 from Oracle. Red Hat will now oversee bug fixes and security patches for the two older releases, which serve as the basis for two long-term support releases of Java.Red Hat’s updates will feed into releases of Java from Oracle, Red Hat, and other providers. Oracle released JDK (Java Development Kit) 8, based on OpenJDK 8, in March 2014 while JDK 11, based on OpenJDK 11, arrived in September 2018. Previously, Red Hat led the OpenJDK 6 and OpenJDK 7 projects. Red Hat is not taking over OpenJDK 9 or OpenJDK 10, which were short-term releases with a six-month support window. To read this article in full, please click here... Read the article
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When developers shouldn’t trust low-code platforms

InfoWorld on 17/04/2019 pm30 12:00:00

The application development world is continuously changing, evidenced by the analyst community’s frequent revisions of their various categories and definitions of application development tools and platforms. The rapid evolution and consequent flux are fueled by organizations clamoring for a single platform and toolset that can help them quickly deliver omnichannel, customer-grade apps spanning desktop, web, mobile, wearables, etc.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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12 open-source tools that make Docker better

InfoWorld on 17/04/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Blink and you might miss some of the most interesting developments around Docker these days. Kubernetes may be getting more of the hot-new-tool thunder, but Docker continues to offer “just enough” container orchestration for most development projects and deployments.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Mozilla brings Python data science to the browser

InfoWorld on 16/04/2019 pm30 23:57:00

Mozilla’s experimental Pyodide project is bringing a Python data science stack to the web browser, by compiling it to WebAssembly. Pyodide is a WebAssembly implementation of Python’s Numpy scientific computing library, the Pandas data analysis library, and parts of the SciPy library for math, science, and engineering. Python’s Matplotlib plotting library is incorporated as well.Closely related to Mozilla’s Iodide project for doing data science in a browser, Pyodide can be used in a stand-alone fashion or in any context where developers want to run Python in a browser. Transparent conversion of objects is provided between JavaScript and Python, giving Python full access to web APIs. Basic data types are implicitly converted as well, while JavaScript typed arrays are converted to Python memoryviews.To... Read the article
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Avoid these 2 cloud computing career pitfalls

InfoWorld on 16/04/2019 pm30 12:00:00

People come to me all of the time looking to reengineer their IT career with a cloud computing makeover. While this is typically a good move, I find that as the world of cloud computing becomes more complex, those looking to get higher-paying cloud computing jobs are making some wrong calls. Here’s two of the most common.Mistake No. 1: Going too wide I’ve often explained the benefit of being a jack of all trades, and master of some to people wanting to become a cloud computing architect. These are people who understand cloud technology and can pick and choose the optimal solutions to create a foundational cloud architecture.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Move data to the cloud with Azure Data Migration

InfoWorld on 16/04/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Despite more than a decade of cloud migration, there’s still a vast amount of data running on-premises. That’s not surprising since data migrations, even between similar systems, are complex, slow, and add risk to your day-to-day operations. Moving to the cloud adds additional management overhead, raising questions of network connectivity and bandwidth, as well as the variable costs associated with running cloud databases.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

InfoWorld on 15/04/2019 pm30 20:23:00

Google has introduced Google Cloud Code, a set of plug-ins for the JetBrains IntelliJ Idea IDE and the Microsoft Visual Studio Code editor that assists with the development of cloud-native applications. The first release of Cloud Code is intended to make it easier to build applications that run on the Kubernetes container orchestration platform, including Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).To read this article in full, please click here Read the article

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