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IDG Contributor Network: Who should be responsible for your data? The knowledge scientist

InfoWorld on 30/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

How can you build a data-driven culture and spur digital transformation without thinking through who should be responsible for your data? Let’s do that together.Data engineers and data scientists each occupy critical roles. Data engineers manage the data infrastructure and are in charge of designing, building, and integrating data workflows, pipelines, and the ETL process. Their goal is to provide data for data scientists’ analysis. Data scientists are those who can turn data into insights by applying statistics, machine learning, and analytical approaches. Their goal is to answer critical business questions.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Are you ready to be a CTO?

InfoWorld on 30/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

Tell me if this sounds familiar. You know you want to be a CTO someday, and you know you have the intellect and the drive to get there, but you’re not sure if your résumé will reflect all of the crucial building blocks to make you a slam dunk CTO candidate. You’re not alone.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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Kubernetes vs. Docker: Understand containers and orchestration

InfoWorld on 30/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

If you’ve kept up with the latest trends in software development, there are two terms you’ve undoubtedly encountered again and again: Docker and Kubernetes, which are essentially shorthand for containers and orchestration.Docker containers have helped streamline the process of moving applications through development and testing and into production, while both Docker and Kubernetes have helped to reinvent the way applications are built and deployed—as collections of microservices instead of monolithic stacks.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Google Dex language simplifies array math for machine learning

InfoWorld on 29/10/2019 pm31 18:48:00

Engineers at Google have unveiled Dex, a prototype functional language designed for array processing. Array processing is a cornerstone of the math used in machine learning applications and other computationally intensive work.The chief goal for the Dex language, according to a paper released by Google researchers, is to allow programmers to work efficiently and concisely with arrays using a compact, functional syntax.[ Go deep into machine learning at InfoWorld: The best machine learning and deep learning libraries | The best open source software for machine learning and deep learning | Dive into analytics and big data with the InfoWorld Machine Learning and Analytics Report newsletter. ] Existing math-and-stats languages and libraries, such as MATLAB and NumPy, already have widely used array... Read the article
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Google Dex language simplifies array math for machine learning

InfoWorld on 29/10/2019 pm31 18:48:00

Engineers at Google have unveiled Dex, a prototype functional language designed for array processing. Array processing is a cornerstone of the math used in machine learning applications and other computationally intensive work.The chief goal for the Dex language, according to a paper released by Google researchers, is to allow programmers to work efficiently and concisely with arrays using a compact, functional syntax.[ Go deep into machine learning at InfoWorld: The best machine learning and deep learning libraries | The best open source software for machine learning and deep learning | Dive into analytics and big data with the InfoWorld Machine Learning and Analytics Report newsletter. ] Existing math-and-stats languages and libraries, such as MATLAB and NumPy, already have widely used array... Read the article
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Microservices made easy with Dapr

InfoWorld on 29/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

If you want to get the most out of cloud-native applications, you need to think very differently about how you build your code. Scaling depends on stateless microservices, using APIs for interservice communications. Technologies such as Kubernetes help manage microservice scaling by monitoring resources or using KEDA (Kubernetes-based event-driven autoscaling) to trigger scaling based on events, whereas HTTP-based technologies such as gRPC are the foundation for treating APIs as method and function calls.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) Read the article
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What surgery taught me about the cloud

InfoWorld on 29/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

I recently had my shoulder replaced. It was my fault, really. I played semipro football until I was 42, and as an offensive lineman, my shoulders took a beating. I just got around to fixing the damage—a new shoulder.Those who have had surgery know that most of the time is spent waiting, either for tests, doctors to show up and pass judgement, nurses with meds, and vitals being taken. It’s all part of the routine of surgery.[ Learn more about AI in the enterprise world: What AI can really do for your business (and what it can’t) • 4 key AI concepts you need to understand • Primer: Make sense of cognitive computing • How to tell if AI or... Read the article
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This 4-course VMware mastery bundle is on sale today for just $20

InfoWorld on 28/10/2019 pm31 18:42:00

An IT server is costly but necessary to run a network, and most businesses employ many of them. A great way to get the most out of a servers’ physical resources is through virtualization, which allows a server to create a host an operating system using virtual machine software such as VMware. This essentially creates a “computer within a computer”, and you can learn how to do so with this $20 bundle.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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The top SaaS companies for business

InfoWorld on 28/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

More companies are relying on software-as-a-service (SaaS) as a cloud-based option for delivering a variety of software applications to end users. Fortunately, they have a broad selection of SaaS applications from which to choose.Here are the major players offering core business applications via the SaaS model.[ Discover the best open source software for software development, cloud computing, data analytics, and machine learning: InfoWorld’s 2019 Bossie Award winners. ] Atlassian Atlassian is an enterprise software provider that creates products designed for users such as project managers, software developers, and content managers. It’s perhaps best known for Jira, its issue-tracking application, and Confluence, its team collaboration and wiki product.To read this article in full, please click here Read the article
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Android Studio 4.0 backs native UI toolkit

InfoWorld on 28/10/2019 am31 11:00:00

Google has rolled out a preview of the Android Studio 4.0 IDE, with support for the Jetpack Compose toolkit for building native Android UIs.Android Studio 4.0 “Canary” works hand in hand with Jetpack Compose, which leverages Kotlin APIs, reduces coding requirements to build native UIs, and automatically updates a UI when state changes. Now entering a developer preview phase, Jetpack Compose is accessible in Android Studio.[ Jira got you down? Try these tips from InfoWorld’s Isaac Sacolick: How to stop hating Jira • How to configure Jira to support multiple agile teams. | Keep up with hot topics in software development with InfoWorld’s App Dev Report newsletter. ] Android Studio 4.0 also brings support for some Java 8 APIs, with no... Read the article

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