The success of deep neural networks in diverse areas as image recognition and natural language processing has been outstanding in recent years. However, classical machine learning and deep learning algorithms can only propose the most probable solutions and are not able to adequately model uncertainty.
DevOps means development is moving faster than ever. How is it possible to ensure everything is secure, especially when migrating to the cloud? Ivan Novikov takes a close look at how to keep everything moving at pace without leaving gaping security gaps behind.
It’s been a long time coming and it looks like it was worth the wait! Ruby on Rails 6 brings a whole heap of changes with it. In addition to fixes and improvements, there’s also Action Mailbox, Action Text, Parallel Testing, multiple databases & more. Let’s take a closer look.
It’s been a little over a month since the last update, and now Git 2.23 is here with some new features, changes, and fixes. Some new experimental commands and new additions to existing commands are just a taste of what’s new in the latest version. Let’s take a closer look at what’s changed.
Just because everyone is talking about something, that doesn’t mean it’s actually worth your time. Chris Wahl shares his experiences getting to grips with serverless technology, what he learned throughout the process, and whether, ultimately, serverless is something worth considering.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we had an eye-opening interview about OpenWebStart, discussed the implications of the GitHub restrictions imposed over trade laws & more. Let’s take a look.
Modern languages don’t do checked exceptions. But you don’t have to jump ship to share the experience. In this article Scott McKinney shows you how to stick with Java and completely neutralize checked exceptions with a simple new addition to the Manifold framework.
Rust is still growing in popularity, climbing up the TIOBE and Redmonk rankings this year. Version 1.37.0’s highlights include being able to refer to enum variants through type aliases, built-in cargo vendor, unnamed const items, profile-guided optimization, a default-run key in Cargo, and #[repr(align(N))] on enums. Let’s take a closer look at the details.
Discover the potential benefits of open source software for your business and the risks you need to be aware of. Open source has long been hailed as the future of software development, yet it’s definitely not for everyone. Darya Efimova, a digital transformation observer at Iflexion, taps into the big promise of open source along with its advantages and risks when it comes to enterprise-grade software.
A recent report revealed that real time buying in the advertising industry does not comply with the set GDPR requirements. With so much concern about privacy, how can you protect your data? In this article, Katherine Barnett examines some of the ways you can keep your data safe and keep sensitive information out of advertisers’ hands.
Gradle 5.6 is here, and is the last of the 5.x versions, so it’s a bit bigger than your average minor update. Among the changes are improvements to speed up Groovy compilation, a new plugin for Java test fixtures, and better management of plugin versions in multi-project builds. There’s also an important security update. Let’s take a closer look at what’s changed.
A discussion that could be critical to the future of Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfile is taking place right now. What exactly should the relationship be between the two? We’re past the idea of MicroProfile as an incubator, but pinning down what the future will look like is surprisingly difficult.
Manuel Bernhardt continues his series about Akka Typed, the new Akka Actor API that brings significant advantages over the classic one. This second entry goes further down the route of building typed actor systems by looking at fundamental concepts necessary for the interaction between actors.