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It’s been a while since we last checked in on Kubeflow, the open source option for making ML stacks easier. Kubeflow 0.1 boasts a number of technical improvements, including support for TensorFlow, Jupyter Hub, and more!
We’ve made it to the last milestone for Eclipse Photon. So, what can we expect from this milestone release? Eclipse Photon M7 boasts a number of stylistic changes for the Eclipse theme, some new feature support, and most importantly, Java 10 support.
We’re back with a new programming pub quiz! This week, we’re testing your knowledge about Jenkins. Do you know everything there is to know about this provider for automated software solutions?
Google’s latest AI offerings from this year’s I/O are game-changing. From Gmail upgrades that can help you compose emails to a smart assistant that can make appointments over the phone, there’s a lot to dig into.
Recent news out of Google shows that Flutter beta 3 has soared into production. We take a look at what’s new about this light and easy to use SDK: changes to this mobile app SDK include Dart 2 language updates, increased accessibility support, and increased ad revenue for developers with Google’s AdMob.
Big changes on the popular programming language index, as Scala leaps upwards to crack the top twenty. It’s not the only major adjustment for May’s TIOBE Index, as Google’s re-indexing causes titanic shifts for Go, R, and Swift.
We’re back with a new programming pub quiz! This week, we’re testing your knowledge about Deeplearning4j. Do you know everything there is to know about this machine learning library for the JVM?
New Angular releases are the best times of the year. We’ve already reviewed the new release in depth here, but it’s a JAXenter tradition to celebrate new releases with gifs. So, how much do we love Angular v6? Let us count the ways.
Get your bags packed, it’s time to migrate your machine learning models from TensorFlow into Deeplearning4j. This trip is a lot easier than you’d think, but there are still some pitfalls for the unwary.
JUnit 5 arrived last year and we’ve been happy to see all the changes to this programmer-friendly testing framework for Java. Today, we take a look at what’s in JUnit 5.2: build tool enhancements, improvements for parameterized tests, and more.
A language is only as useful as its documentation. Today, we’re taking a look at five of the top Go libraries out there, to see what kind of foundation this strong yet easy to use language has to offer developers.
Keep your code squeaky clean with DeepCode, a tool that analyzes your GitHub repos with the power of AI. Fix problems, improve flow, and make better code, all with the help of an AI engine.
More data breaches, more problems for developers. The rising risks in cybersecurity mean more developers need to improve their skills in this critical field. Nathan Sykes explains why developers with a background in data security are going to keep us safe in 2018.