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New features in the long-awaited TensorFlow 2.0

What’s in store for ML developers in TensorFlow 2.0?

TensorFlow 2.0 is on its way! What can we expect from this long-awaited upgrade to one of the most popular machine learning projects? A sneak peek at the preview version suggests a cleaner API, eager execution, and a tighter integration with tf.keras.

Ready, set, SEARCH!

Toshi: A full text search engine modeled after Elasticsearch

Introducing Toshi, a search engine based on Elasticsearch. While Toshi is still a work in progress, it has some interesting features for developers looking to safely search in Rust. But does it really stack up compared to Elasticsearch? We take a look at some of the newest upgrades to Elasticsearch to compare.

Bulls-eye! Execute your code however you like!

Execute Dart code natively with Dart VM

This VM explainer may still be a work in progress, but Dart VM is already good to go. Dart VM provides multiple ways to compile and execute your Dart code natively. Whether it’s from a JIT and AOT compilation pipeline or a snapshot, Dart VM gives developers their code execution method of choice.

Go with the workflow

Tutorial: Imixs-Workflow and Jakarta EE

Looking for a workflow engine for Java? Imixs-Workflow is a human-centric BPM for Jakarta EE. In this article, Ralph Soika explores the basics of Imixs-Workflow and shows how developers and organizations can take advantage of the security it provides for their business data.

This makes building single page applications even easier

Build React.js routing using History API Fallback

Looking to use React to build single page applications? Sometimes, routing can be dfficult. In this article, Ashish Goyal explores how developers can use the History API fallback to create routes for their React apps and webpages.

7 days of upcoming tech trends!

Engineering resolutions for 2019: Speed it up

2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. In this article, Debbie Levitt explains the most important resolution any web developer needs to make for 2019: improving the speed and performance of their sites and apps.