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What cloud computing can learn from good BBQ

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

You can’t beat good BBQ. As long as I’ve been eating, I’ve loved the taste of BBQ cooked correctly, and I’ve loved the science of getting BBQ right, no matter brisket, ribs, pulled pork, or chicken. (Vegans may want to sit this blog out.)What’s clear to me is that the process and ingredients that it takes to make your cloud computing project work are directly related to how you get a perfectly smoked piece of meat. Here’s a bit of advice about both.[ InfoWorld explains: What is multicloud? The next step in cloud computing. | Get started: Going multicloud? Avoid these 3 pitfalls. • Understand the multicloud management trade-off. | Keep up with the latest developments in cloud computing with... Read the article
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Java thread sanitizer project proposed once again

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

Java developers would be clued in to race conditions in their projects, if a thread sanitizer proposed comes to fruition.Project Tsan, proposed in the OpenJDK community, would explore and incubate a thread-sanitizing feature that would be integrated into the HotSpot JVM and the JVM tool interface.[ 15 Java frameworks that give developers a boost. • Which tools support Java’s new modularity features. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] Thread sanitizing would let Java users see data race conditions. With a data race, multiple threads access shared data and try to change it at the same time, leading to erroneous and unexpected behaviors.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How to run Python in R

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

As much as I love R, it’s clear that Python is also a great language—both for data science and general-purpose computing. And there can be good reasons an R user would want to do some things in Python. Maybe it’s a great library that doesn’t have an R equivalent (yet). Or an API you want to access that has sample code in Python but not R.Thanks to the R reticulate package, you can run Python code right within an R script—and pass data back and forth between Python and R.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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What cloud computing can learn from good BBQ

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

You can’t beat good BBQ. As long as I’ve been eating, I’ve loved the taste of BBQ cooked correctly, and I’ve loved the science of getting BBQ right, no matter brisket, ribs, pulled pork, or chicken. (Vegans may want to sit this blog out.)What’s clear to me is that the process and ingredients that it takes to make your cloud computing project work are directly related to how you get a perfectly smoked piece of meat. Here’s a bit of advice about both.[ InfoWorld explains: What is multicloud? The next step in cloud computing. | Get started: Going multicloud? Avoid these 3 pitfalls. • Understand the multicloud management trade-off. | Keep up with the latest developments in cloud computing with... Read the article
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Java thread sanitizer project proposed once again

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

Java developers would be clued in to race conditions in their projects, if a thread sanitizer proposed comes to fruition.Project Tsan, proposed in the OpenJDK community, would explore and incubate a thread-sanitizing feature that would be integrated into the HotSpot JVM and the JVM tool interface.[ 15 Java frameworks that give developers a boost. • Which tools support Java’s new modularity features. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] Thread sanitizing would let Java users see data race conditions. With a data race, multiple threads access shared data and try to change it at the same time, leading to erroneous and unexpected behaviors.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How to run Python in R

InfoWorld on 15/02/2019 pm28 12:00:00

As much as I love R, it’s clear that Python is also a great language—both for data science and general-purpose computing. And there can be good reasons an R user would want to do some things in Python. Maybe it’s a great library that doesn’t have an R equivalent (yet). Or an API you want to access that has sample code in Python but not R.Thanks to the R reticulate package, you can run Python code right within an R script—and pass data back and forth between Python and R.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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BrandPost: Achieving the Best QoE: Performance Libraries Accelerate Code Execution

InfoWorld on 14/02/2019 pm28 19:40:00

The increasing consumerization of IT means that even staid business applications like accounting need to have the performance and ease of use of popular consumer apps. For many organizations, performance has taken a back burner to functionality. Fortunately, developers now have access to a powerful group of libraries that can instantly increase application performance – with little or no rewriting of older code. You can download them and start benefitting from this acceleration today.Here’s a quick rundown of these Intel-provided libraries and how to get them. They’re offered at no cost as part of Intel’s mission to support innovation and impressive performance on Intel® architecture.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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BrandPost: Achieving the Best QoE: Performance Libraries Accelerate Code Execution

InfoWorld on 14/02/2019 pm28 19:40:00

The increasing consumerization of IT means that even staid business applications like accounting need to have the performance and ease of use of popular consumer apps. For many organizations, performance has taken a back burner to functionality. Fortunately, developers now have access to a powerful group of libraries that can instantly increase application performance – with little or no rewriting of older code. You can download them and start benefitting from this acceleration today.Here’s a quick rundown of these Intel-provided libraries and how to get them. They’re offered at no cost as part of Intel’s mission to support innovation and impressive performance on Intel® architecture.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Next.js 8 now supports serverless apps

InfoWorld on 14/02/2019 pm28 16:30:00

Next.js, a framework for building server-rendered apps with JavaScript and the React UI library, adds serverless computing capabilities as part of its new Version 8.Next.js 8 enables serverless deployment, in which applications are split into smaller parts, or lambdas, that let code be run on demand and scale automatically. In Next.js Version 8, each page in the pages directory becomes a serverless lambda. A low-level API is available for serverless deployment.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Next.js 8 now supports serverless apps

InfoWorld on 14/02/2019 pm28 16:30:00

Next.js, a framework for building server-rendered apps with JavaScript and the React UI library, adds serverless computing capabilities as part of its new Version 8.Next.js 8 enables serverless deployment, in which applications are split into smaller parts, or lambdas, that let code be run on demand and scale automatically. In Next.js Version 8, each page in the pages directory becomes a serverless lambda. A low-level API is available for serverless deployment.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article

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