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Amazon Web Services launches Machine Learning Service

by Mikio Braun on  Apr 17, 2015 2

Amazon Web Services have recently launched their Amazon Machine Learning service that allows users to learn predictive models in the cloud. After Google with Prediction API, and Microsoft with Azure Machine Learning, Amazon is the latest major cloud service provider to launch a similar service.

Google Unveils Details about Borg

by Abel Avram on  Apr 17, 2015

Google has published the paper "Large-scale cluster management at Google with Borg", unveiling details on a technology that was very little spoken about in the past.

BDD is a Centred Rather than a Bounded Community

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 16, 2015

At the recent CukeUp 2015 conference an attempt was made to describe what Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) actually is, and for Paul Rayner it was clear that BDD is a community centred on key values and principles still open to adding new practices, not a community focused on boundaries and exclusion.

QCon NY 2015 Update: Comcast, Uber, Netflix, Facebook Case Studies; Mary Poppendieck Keynote

by Nitin Bharti on  Apr 15, 2015

The 4th annual QCon New York will provide over 600 team leads, architects, software engineers, and project managers with practical guidance on Architecting for Failure, Applying Data Science and Machine Learning, Engineering Culture, Microservices & more. Hear case studies from the heads of engineering and technical directors at companies like LinkedIn, Twitter, Netflix, Comcast and Facebook.

Angular and React Teams Collaborate

by David Iffland on  Apr 15, 2015

Members of the AngularJS and React.js teams got together last week to discuss what they've been working on and areas where they can collaborate. While there are a lot of similarities between the projects, there is virtually no chance they will ever merge.

Apple's ResearchKit Available on GitHub

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 14, 2015

As announced last month, Apple has published ResearchKit, its open source framework aimed at enabling the use of mobile devices as a network of sensors for medical research.

Twitter Cuts Off Firehose Partner DataSift

by Saul Caganoff on  Apr 14, 2015

Twitter recently announced that it has cut-off their firehose data distributor DataSift. This move echoes Twitter's controversial 2012 API changes which restricted the Twitter client ecosystem. There is much speculation as to whether this latest announcement is an attempt to control the tweet analytics space and whether or not this is behaviour fitting of a platform provider.

Microsoft Announces General Availability of Azure DocumentDB

by Janakiram MSV on  Apr 13, 2015

Azure DocumentDB, Microsoft’s NoSQL cloud database service is now generally available.

Avoid a Canonical Data Model

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 12, 2015 15

Standardizing on common models for business objects that are exchanged within an enterprise, e.g. Customer, Order and Product together with the attributes and associations they have, might seem compelling but for Stefan Tilkov this creation of Canonical Data Models (CDMs) is a horrible idea which he strongly advices against.

Adrian Cockcroft: Microservices Revisited

by Mark Little on  Apr 12, 2015 1

Recently Adrian Cockcroft gave an interview to ActiveState's John Wetherill about microservices. In it he talks about how polyglot fits into microservices and the impact on him when he head that companies such as Target and Macy's, as well as Homeland Security had adopted that architectural approach.

Java Community Release First OpenJDK Coverage Numbers

by Ben Evans on  Apr 10, 2015 4

The AdoptOpenJDK has released the first code coverage percentages for the OpenJDK codebase.

Sirius: an Open Source Competitor to Siri, Cortana, Google Now

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 10, 2015

Sirius is an open source, customizable system that can be commanded through vocal input. It has been built by University of Michigan researchers and is similar to Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, and Google Now. According to University of Michigan, Sirius “is designed to spark a new generation of intelligent personal assistants” for wearables and other devices."

ZeroDB Internals and End-To-End Database Encryption

by Alex Giamas on  Apr 09, 2015

In an article published in their blog, ZeroDB team explains how it works. ZeroDB is an end-to-end encrypted database, which means that the database server does not need to be secure for the data to be safe. The way this works is that query logic is being pushed down to the client. The client also holds the decryption keys for data. The client encrypts data with a symmetric key at time of creation

AnyPresence Launches a New API Platform for Mobile and IoT Developers

by Janakiram MSV on  Apr 08, 2015

AnyPresence, one of the leading MBaaS players has launched JustAPIs, a platform for building and deploying RESTful APIs.

Apache HBase Hits 1.0

by Benjamin Darfler on  Apr 07, 2015

After three developer previews, six release candidates and over 1500 closed tickets the Apache foundation has announced version 1.0 of Apache HBase, a NoSQL database in the Hadoop ecosystem. After more than 7 years of active development, the team behind HBase felt that the project had matured and stabilized enough to warrant a 1.0 version.

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