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Why the Rust language is on the rise

InfoWorld on 04/11/2019 pm30 12:00:00

You’ve probably never written anything in Rust, the open source, systems-level programming language created by Mozilla, but you likely will at some point. Developers crowned Rust their “most loved” language in Stack Overflow’s 2019 developer survey, while Redmonk’s semi-annual language rankings saw Rust get within spitting distance of the top 20 (ranking #21).This, despite Rust users “find[ing] difficulty and frustration with the language’s highly touted features for memory safety and correctness.”To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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How to work with cookies in ASP.NET Core

InfoWorld on 04/11/2019 pm30 12:00:00

A cookie is a piece of data typically used to store information about the user and is stored on the user’s computer. In most browsers each cookie is stored as a small file, but in Firefox they are stored all together in a single file. Cookies are represented as key-value pairs, and you can take advantage of the keys to read, write, or delete cookies.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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3 reason you will be moved by haptics

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 pm30 18:36:00

Forget today's buzzing smartphones and rumbling game controllers. Next-generation haptics make the virtual real and smart enterprises will take notice. Read the article
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Learn how to earn a CompTIA IT certification with this $69 training bundle

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 pm30 15:05:00

There’s no shortage of IT jobs out there, especially since new tech-companies launch each year. That means that a career in IT can be stable and even lucrative. However, you’ll need to earn an IT certification before you can enter the field, and vendor-neutral CompTIA certifications are some of the most sought-after because they’re so versatile. If a career in IT sounds interesting to you, you can prepare for the CompTIA certification exams with this $69 training bundle.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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IDG Contributor Network: Why retailers can’t get enough data scientists

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 am30 11:00:00

Retailers are on the hunt for data scientists, now more than ever. Given the rise in online shopping and the cut-throat competition from e-commerce giant Amazon, smaller retailers have begun closing their physical locations around the world. Dubbed the “retail apocalypse,” 8,600 stores will close in 2019 alone. Studies show that retailers are also forced to shift their sales strategies, offering more personalized online experiences to customers. Given this shift, retailers are actively seeking candidates in the data world who can help capture customer loyalty and keep sales high.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Should you go all-in on cloud native?

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 am30 11:00:00

We’ve all heard about “cloud native” databases, security, governance, storage, AI, and pretty much anything else that a cloud provider could offer. Here’s my definition of cloud native applications: Applications that leverage systems native to the public cloud they are hosted on.The general advice is, “Cloud native: good. Non-native lift-and-shift: bad.”[ Discover the best open source software for software development, cloud computing, data analytics, and machine learning: InfoWorld’s 2019 Bossie Award winners. | Keep up with the latest developments in cloud computing with InfoWorld’s Cloud Computing newsletter. ] This makes sense. By using native services, we can take advantage of core systems that include native security using native directory services, as well as native provisioning systems and native management and monitoring.... Read the article
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What is SQL? The first language of data analysis

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 am30 11:00:00

Today, Structured Query Language is the standard means of manipulating and querying data in relational databases, though with proprietary extensions among the products. The ease and ubiquity of SQL have even led the creators of many “NoSQL” or non-relational data stores, such as Hadoop, to adopt subsets of SQL or come up with their own SQL-like query languages.But SQL wasn’t always the “universal” language for relational databases. From the beginning (circa 1980), SQL had certain strikes against it. Many researchers and developers at the time, including me, thought that the overhead of SQL would keep it from ever being practical in a production database.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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What women want in the IT workplace: 6 key factors for hiring and retention

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 am30 11:00:00

Women are exiting IT in droves, as companies struggle to hire and engage these valuable employees. The first step to change? Listening to what women want.(Insider Story) Read the article
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Microsoft to participate in open source Java

InfoWorld on 01/11/2019 am30 00:32:00

Microsoft has climbed aboard the OpenJDK project to help with the development of open source Java.In a message posted on an OpenJDK mailing list, Microsoft’s Bruno Borges, principal developer advocate for Java at the company, said Microsoft’s team initially will be working on smaller bug fixes and back ports so it can learn how to be “good citizens” within OpenJDK. Microsoft and subsidiaries are “heavily dependent” on Java in many aspects, Borges said. For one, Java runtimes are offered in Microsoft’s Azure cloud.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Google previews site for sharing machine learning experiments

InfoWorld on 31/10/2019 pm31 21:12:00

Google has unveiled TensorBoard.dev, an online platform where data scientists, researchers, machine learning practitioners, and software developers can share machine learning experiments and collaborate on machine learning projects. Now in a beta release stage, TensorBoard.dev lets users upload machine learning experiments for sharing with anyone. The platform leverages the TensorBoard visualization toolkit, which works with Google’s TensorFlow library for machine learning and deep learning.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article

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