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Energy efficient isn’t just a hardware problem. Your programming language choices can have serious effects on the efficiency of your energy consumption. We dive deep into what makes a programming language energy efficient.
Eclipse XACC is an open-source hybrid programming model and reference implementation called the eXtreme-scale ACCelerator programming framework, or XACC for short. In this article, Alex McCaskey et al. introduce quantum computing and how we can develop a smart high-level software infrastructure to go with this leap forward in computing hardware.
Choosing a favorite font to code in is a highly personal preference. But is there a font that is the best for coding? We look at the pros and cons of the top five coding fonts. (Spoiler: it’s not Papyrus.)
Eclipse Picasso is a free open-source DNN visualization tool that gives you partial occlusion and saliency maps with minimal fuss. In this article, Ryan Henderson explains some of the problems that arise with machine learning and how you can avoid them with Eclipse Picasso.
In the fourth and final part on this series about the future of blockchain, Jill Richard explores the new frontier of a transformed mobility ecosystem. This new frontier that could accelerate the development of autonomous driving technology, is predicated with a firehose of data.
GitHub and Facebook has just announced a new collaboration – Atom-IDE. This is a set of optional packages that bring IDE-like functionality to Atom.
Spring has had a busy summer getting ready for the upcoming release for the Spring Framework 5.0. The final release candidate is now available and a release date for the GA has been scheduled. Mark your calendars — the all new Spring Framework 5.0 is going to be available at the end of the month!
Looking for a serverless option for Kubernetes? Introducing Kubeless. This new Kubernetes-native serverless framework provides auto-scaling, API routing, and more without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.
How do you incorporate machine learning into your development cycle? JAX London speaker Rob Hinds explains how you can adapt your process to include machine learning while still staying true to agile and lean principles.
The 2017 DevSecOps Global Skills Survey has found that formal software education is leaving DevOps engineers unprepared for the demands of the job. Why are schools leaving DevOps and security concerns off the curriculum?