These days, it seems that tech companies can’t hire their AI or ML specialists fast enough. So if you’re looking to upgrade your skillset or just fiddle around with a cool new tool, we’ve got you covered with our top 5 picks for the best open-source tools for machine learning.
Report: IDEs are among the most loved tools but developers want a ‘jack of all trades’ tool
The meteoric rise of Go and why HashiCorp is betting on it
The rise of blockchain: Are we falling short of competence to unleash the technology?
IntelliJ IDEA 2017.2 is here: Discover its love for Java 9 and the wealth of new features
In addition to the five mistakes presented in this article, Android developers should also use a DevOps approach to overcome problems in communication and productivity. DevOps enhances collaboration between the IT, product and marketing teams, and helps you get faster and better results.
The new Eclipse Oxygen meant the simultaneous release for a number of cool new features and capabilities. In this article, Alexander Kurtakov explains the new features and APIs for the Linux Tools 6.0.0 release. This helps make Linux Tools slimmer, easier to maintain, and more consistent with rest of the ecosystem.
Open Container Initiative 1.0 is here! We’ve waited two years for this version but it was worth the wait. Although there is still work to be done —a formal certification program will be launched later this year— let’s take a moment to look at OCI 1.0.
Ask a dev, get an answer. It’s the basic premise for Stack Overflow. As long as the problematic code in question wasn’t proprietary, devs were sorted. Now, they can ask a team member and get a company-specific response.
We all know what “full stack” means. But what about when we’re talking about monitoring container environments? Things get a little fuzzy. In this article, Peter Arijs explores the different aspects and challenges of obtaining full stack visibility in such an environment with many moving parts.
The data is in. According to Packt’s third annual Skill Up survey, IDEs are among the most loved tools, there’s a container revolution happening and Docker is leading the way and Python remains consistently popular across job roles. Read on to find out the report’s highlights.
With what is touted as the next ‘war for talent’, the skill shortage in the area of blockchain technology does not seem to tally with the burgeoning number of startups and established businesses offering solutions in bitcoin and blockchain. Mukund Krishna, CEO and founder of Suyati Technologies explains how this technology finds itself useful in removing corruption and providing transparency and accountability.
IntelliJ IDEA 2017.2 is finally here. This massive update for IntelliJ IDEA contains an abundance of features and important bugfixes. There’s Kotlin 1.1.3 support, Groovy 2.5.0 support, smarter coding assistance, Java 9 module diagrams and more.
What is Eclipse JDT Language Server (jdt.ls)? Fred Bricon and Gorkem Ercan explain more about this open source Java language specific implementation of the Language Server Protocol.
Why is Go the right decision for HashiCorp? Why should you bet on this young language (compared to others) and what are its limitations? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Nic Jackson, developer advocate at HashiCorp about the benefits of Go, its drawbacks and the reasons why he likes it.
What a difference a couple of months can make. Not long ago, we were celebrating Kotlin and its milestone and now it’s all about Go, which has landed in top 10, according to the TIOBE Index for July. What triggered the change? We can only speculate.
It’s now a normal business practice to use cloud-based storage for projects. Regardless of the obvious benefits and risks, there’s also a lot of misinformation in the media about online data storage.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Paola Katherine Pacheco, Director at Python Software Foundation.