Methodologies such as agile development and DevOps can help data professionals fashion their ideal DataOps ecosystem. This article reviews five fundamental best practices that can get you started in creating your own agile database development process.
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What are duplicate strings? 25% of Java application memory is filled up with strings, and 13.5% of those are duplicate strings. In this article, Ram Lakshmanan discusses why there are so many duplicate strings, what the common patterns are, and what to do about it.
Now that Android expressed that they will become “Kotlin-first”, Kotlin is on the radar. This programming language has been on the rise over the past few years. The latest census from JetBrains explores what’s trending in the community, and what developers are using Kotlin for.
The latest new feature from GitHub is here. GitHub Package Registry is a software package management service for publishing public or private packages next to your source code. Since it is integrated directly with GitHub, you can host your packages and code in one place.
According to the announcement post for the latest release of GraalVM, it is “finally mature and ready for production use”. GraalVM version 19.0 is the current stable release. See what it includes and what is on the radar for future releases and what the team is currently testing for early adopters.
Why should developers care about using record and playback tools such as Selenium IDE? Despite the stigma around using it for QA test automation, let’s have a look at its uses, why you should care about it, and how it can help you shift left.
What do you have to consider when deciding to use a serverless data warehouse? There are both drawbacks and benefits to keep in mind when making this choice. Emily Marchant discusses the advantages and disadvantages to help guide you on your way.
Our readers voted Dart as the programming language that they want to hear about the most in 2019. Now, Dart version 2.3 is here with some new improvements for creating user interfaces and a new feature for IDE support. See what’s new.
When it comes to AIOps, IT leaders are still experimenting with its implementation and use cases. A new report from OpsRamp concludes that a majority of IT leaders in the United States are happy with the value that AIOps tools provide. However, teams still face a number of challenges in the enterprise.
What’s going on with Jakarta EE? Since the opening up of the Java EE, the switch from Oracle to The Eclipse Foundation has been underway. The latest news explains what is happening regarding the negotiation process, including the inability to come to an agreement regarding trademarks.
Deeplearning4j is a deep learning library for Java and the JVM; in 2017 it joined the Eclipse Foundation and open sourced its libraries. The latest update, Deeplearning4j Version 1.0.0-beta4 adds new support, optimization, fixes some pesky bugs, and adds a few new features.
PyTorch version 1.1 arrives with new APIs, improvements, and features, including experimental TensorBoard support, and the ability to add custom Recurrent Neural Networks. The PyTorch team also includes some newly open sourced developer tools and offerings for machine learning.
The public beta for Docker Enterprise 3.0 is now available for registration. Announced at DockerCon19, the new offerings provide added security, integrate Docker Desktop Enterprise, Docker Kubernetes Services, and Docker Applications. These new options aim to reduce workloads and simplify deployment.