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7 questions to prioritize your devops backlog

InfoWorld on 11/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Many organizations are taking steps to adopt devops best practices, investing in version control, continuous integration, automated testing, continuous delivery, deployment containers, infrastructure as code, centralized monitoring, and other approaches to automate and systematize aspects of managing applications and infrastructure.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Visual Studio Code: Stepping on Visual Studio’s toes?

InfoWorld on 11/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

What exactly is the difference between Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE (integrated development environment) and its Visual Studio Code source code editor? This is a question that is popping up more often as Visual Studio Code gains momentum among developers. If you ask Microsoft, Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code are distinctly different products that serve different needs. But as Visual Studio Code continues to add features, developers may decide that the open source, freely downloadable Visual Studio Code is all they need.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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ECMAScript roadmap: New JavaScript features for 2019

InfoWorld on 11/07/2019 am31 01:00:00

ECMAScript 2019, the latest version of the specification serving as the basis of JavaScript, has been finalized. ECMA International approved the specification in June.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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MacOS targeted for new Java graphics pipeline

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 23:33:00

Java would get a new graphics rendering pipeline for MacOS based on Apple’s Metal graphics APIs, under a proposal called the Lanai Project, being floated in the OpenJDK community.Engineers from Oracle and JetBrains already have been exploring the Metal APIs, working on proofs of concept and prototypes in the JDK sandbox. Metal was designed as a long-term replacement for OpenGL as a rendering pipeline on Apple platforms, offering better performance and simpler GPU designs.[ The new Java is coming! Learn everything you need to know about what’s new in Java JDK 13. | Discover the Jakarta EE enterprise Java roadmap. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] The Java Development Kit and OpenJFX... Read the article
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BrandPost: A Look at the Open-Source Tools Behind Today’s State-of-the-Art Visual Effects

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 19:06:00

The magic of computer graphics is taken as a given for visual special effects these days. It wasn’t always so. The ground-breaking 1982 movie Tron was snubbed for an Oscar nomination, as the film’s director related, because the Academy considered the use of computers as cheating and therefore didn’t consider them eligible for the “Best Visual Effects” category. Can you even get a “Best Visual Effects” without computers today?Today, Software Defined Visualization (SDVis) is the ultimate in the world of visualization, allowing the best-of-the-best to emerge. It’s hardly a secret in the world of scientific visualization, digital animation, and computer graphics (CG). Go to any hit movie these days, and the results of SDVis will be present to help make... Read the article
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A plan to bring Java to iOS

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

A proposal floating in the OpenJDK community seeks to jumpstart Java on Apple’s iOS. The plan involves restarting work on the OpenJDK Mobile project, which is intended to build the OpenJDK classes and API for iOS and Android, said Johan Vos, CTO at mobile developer Gluon.Vos recently posted a bulletin pertaining to these efforts. OpenJDK Mobile centers on providing the same APIs in the latest version of the OpenJDK source repository to iOS and Android, leveraging tools familiar to Java developers. The first focus, though, is on iOS, which has lacked traditional support for Java. Apple has not allowed the Java Virtual Machine to run on the platform.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How Zoho Creator accelerates software delivery

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Low-code platforms offer many advantages to developers. Some offerings, such as Zoho Creator, handle the entire lifecycle of an app—from ideation and development to delivery and management—so you don’t have to juggle multiple tools.A graphical, drag-and-drop app builder hosted in the cloud, Zoho Creator provides an abstract, yet powerful environment for developers to dive straight into application logic, skipping infrastructure, database, and other tedious implementations.[ Watch out! 8 career pitfalls every developer should avoid. • 7 books you must read to be a real software developer. • 15 noob mistakes even experienced developers still make. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] While low-code is an effective tool, many developers are yet to realize... Read the article
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Julia vs. Python: Which is best for data science

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Among the many use cases Python covers, data analytics has become perhaps the biggest and most significant. The Python ecosystem is loaded with libraries, tools, and applications that make the work of scientific computing and data analysis fast and convenient.But for the developers behind the Julia language — aimed specifically at “scientific computing, machine learning, data mining, large-scale linear algebra, distributed and parallel computing”—Python isn’t fast or convenient enough. Python represents a trade-off, good for some parts of data analytics work but terrible for others.[ Get started with TensorFlow machine learning. • See what’s new in the latest version of TensorFlow. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] What is the Julia language? Created in 2009... Read the article
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A plan to bring Java to iOS

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

A proposal floating in the OpenJDK community seeks to jumpstart Java on Apple’s iOS. The plan involves restarting work on the OpenJDK Mobile project, which is intended to build the OpenJDK classes and API for iOS and Android, said Johan Vos, CTO at mobile developer Gluon.Vos recently posted a bulletin pertaining to these efforts. OpenJDK Mobile centers on providing the same APIs in the latest version of the OpenJDK source repository to iOS and Android, leveraging tools familiar to Java developers. The first focus, though, is on iOS, which has lacked traditional support for Java. Apple has not allowed the Java Virtual Machine to run on the platform.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How Zoho Creator accelerates software delivery

InfoWorld on 10/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Low-code platforms offer many advantages to developers. Some offerings, such as Zoho Creator, handle the entire lifecycle of an app—from ideation and development to delivery and management—so you don’t have to juggle multiple tools.A graphical, drag-and-drop app builder hosted in the cloud, Zoho Creator provides an abstract, yet powerful environment for developers to dive straight into application logic, skipping infrastructure, database, and other tedious implementations.[ Watch out! 8 career pitfalls every developer should avoid. • 7 books you must read to be a real software developer. • 15 noob mistakes even experienced developers still make. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] While low-code is an effective tool, many developers are yet to realize... Read the article

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