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Using AI in Microsoft Flow

InfoWorld on 02/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Microsoft’s Power Platform has become a significant part of its developer offering during the past few years. Perhaps best thought of as the modern equivalent of the 1990s client-server applications and tools like the original Visual Basic, the Power Platform is a family of rapid application development tools intended for a mixed audience of both developers and business analysts.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Find Visual Studio tips on Twitter at #vstip

InfoWorld on 01/07/2019 pm31 19:16:00

Microsoft is using Twitter to share tips on being more productive with the Visual Studio IDE at the #vstip hashtag. The company promises useful tips for all Visual Studio users, be they new or veteran users. Users are encouraged to share their own tips using the hashtag as well.[ Microsoft .Net 5 unites the .Net Framework and .Net Core: Find out what the merger of .Net Standard and .Net Core means for developers. | Learn how to get the most from .Net Framework and .Net Core from InfoWorld’s Microsoft Architect blog. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] Visual Studio tips Here is a sample of some of the Visual Studio tips provided thus far:To read this article... Read the article
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TensorFlow 2 review: Easier, end-to-end machine learning

InfoWorld on 01/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

The importance of machine learning and deep learning is no longer in doubt. After decades of promise, hype, and disappointment, both have led to practical applications. We haven’t gotten to the point where machine learning or deep learning applications are perfect, but many are very good indeed.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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How to use async and await in .Net Core

InfoWorld on 01/07/2019 pm31 12:00:00

Asynchronous programming allows you to write programs that don’t block on each statement or instruction, meaning the computer can move on to other tasks before waiting for previous tasks to finish. As a result, asynchronous programming enables you to build applications that are more scalable and responsive.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Cloud architects need to deal with cloudops

InfoWorld on 28/06/2019 pm30 12:00:00

I’m a cloud computing architect. I get to draw impressive diagrams, meet with cloud providers, pick security approaches and technology, deal with governance, and then turn the whole thing over to other people to actually do the work. Nice work if you can get it.Many cloud architects believe that their job ends at the PowerPoint delivery, but I’m telling you that you need to dig into operations as well. In other words, design not only what the cloud will be, but how to run it long term.[ Kubernetes, Serverless Framework, Kafka, Redis, .Net Core, and more: See InfoWorld’s 2019 Technology of the Year Award winners. | Cut to the key news and issues in cutting-edge enterprise technology with the InfoWorld... Read the article
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Sucrase rivals Babel JavaScript compiler for development use

InfoWorld on 27/06/2019 pm30 18:56:00

The speedy Sucrase compiler is emerging as a potential alternative to the Babel JavaScript compiler for development purposes, if not for production builds. The developers behind the project claim that Sucrase is much faster than Babel, while acknowledging that it lacks Babel’s scope and versatility. Sucrase is intended to make programming more fun by making builds faster. Sucrase assumes a developer is using a recent browser or a recent version of Node.js. Thus, it focuses on compiling non-standard language extensions such as TypeScript, Flow, and JSX. This narrower scope enables leveraging of a compiler architecture that is much more performant, albeit less extensible and maintainable. As a result, developers are advised to think carefully about using Sucrase in production. Babel or tsc is... Read the article
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Oracle Java updates have become easier to ignore

InfoWorld on 27/06/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Oracle’s shift from doing a major release of standard Java every three years to doing releases every six months, a plan announced in September 2017, has resulted in versions with far fewer new capabilities than before. And that are perhaps far less interesting.Java Development Kit (JDK) 13, due in September, has just five new features, including a preview of text blocks and an enhancement to the Z garbage collector. Now in a rampdown phase in its development, JDK 13 follows JDK 12, released in March. JDK 12 had eight new features, including a preview of switch expressions.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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The data lake is becoming the new data warehouse

InfoWorld on 27/06/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Are data warehouses relevant again, or are they a dying breed?To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Oracle Java updates have become easier to ignore

InfoWorld on 27/06/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Oracle’s shift from doing a major release of standard Java every three years to doing releases every six months, a plan announced in September 2017, has resulted in versions with far fewer new capabilities than before. And that are perhaps far less interesting.Java Development Kit (JDK) 13, due in September, has just five new features, including a preview of text blocks and an enhancement to the Z garbage collector. Now in a rampdown phase in its development, JDK 13 follows JDK 12, released in March. JDK 12 had eight new features, including a preview of switch expressions.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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The data lake is becoming the new data warehouse

InfoWorld on 27/06/2019 pm30 12:00:00

Are data warehouses relevant again, or are they a dying breed?To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article

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