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How to use Razor View Engine in ASP.NET Core MVC

12:32
The ASPX View Engine is the legacy view engine built into ASP.NET MVC from its initial days. The Razor View Engine is more advanced and is now the default view engine of ASP.NET Core MVC. This article compares these two view engines in brief and then discusses how you can work with the Razor View Engine in ASP.NET Core MVC. To work with the code examples provided in this article, you should have Visual Studio 2019 installed in your system. If you don’t already have a copy, you can download Vi...

What is Azure Confidential Ledger?

12:32
We live in a world where more and more of our personal information is held online. It’s often a single source of truth about us, the place where health information and financial records are stored and managed, used to make decisions about what we can and can’t do. Critical business records are stored online, finally replacing paper for contracts and for important transactions. But how do we know that data is secure? There’s a certain trust in an encrypted hard drive sitting in a PC under your...

Get started with Anaconda Python

12:32
No question about it, Python is a crucial part of modern data science. Convenient and powerful, Python connects data scientists and developers with a whole galaxy of tools and functionality, in convenient and programmatic ways. Still, those tools sometimes come with a little—or a lot—of assembly required. Because Python is a general-purpose programming language, how it’s packaged and delivered doesn’t speak specifically to data scientists. But various folks have delivered Python to that audie...

Why you need a data integration platform

15.June
Data doesn’t sit in one database, file system, data lake, or repository. Data created in a system of record must serve multiple business needs, integrate with other data sources, and then be used for analytics, customer-facing applications, or internal workflows. Examples include: Data from an e-commerce application is integrated with user analytics, customer data in a customer relationship management (CRM) system, or other master data sources to establish customer segments and tailor marketi...

Deal with supply chain issues using cloud computing

15.June
Something you need out of stock? From bicycle parts to a single chip needed to complete a new car or truck, supply chain disruptions are killing many businesses—as well as impacting the consumers who use those businesses. In 2020, the retail sector experienced drastic global inventory distortion due to the pandemic. The estimated value for out-of-stock items was $1.14 trillion. The value of inventory distortion costs in the global retail industry in 2020 was $580 million at the store level, $...

The great cloud computing surge

14.June
We reached a big milestone in 2020: Cloud services revenue finally surpassed enterprise spending on data centers, according to the Synergy Research Group . One of the longest-running trends in IT – moving to the cloud – has been turbocharged, driven in part by a pandemic that pushed enterprises to avoid the logistical challenges and capital expense of deploying on prem. But the endless capacity to add horsepower without provisioning your own infrastructure isn’t the biggest draw. Amazon Web S...

Go 1.17 moves to beta, with language and compiler enhancements

14.June
Go (golang) 1.17, the next release of the open source, Google-developed programming language, is now in a beta release stage, with changes intended to simplify coding for safety. The first beta was published on June 10, with the production release expected in August. Release notes cite three small enhancements to the language, intended to simplify writing code that conforms to unsafe.Pointer ’s safety rules . These enhancements include: An expression s of type []T may now be converted to arra...

From legacy to the cloud: The 3 stages of enterprise modernization

14.June
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises were at various stages of their cloud strategies, whether that meant finally moving their email server to the cloud, switching to Microsoft 365, or even aggressively exiting their own data centers and going fully cloud-native . When the pandemic hit, it pushed all those plans into warp-speed . There was no time for extensive user acceptance testing, long rounds of strategy meetings, RFPs, and proofs of concept when enterprises had been told to send al...

Excel, Python, and the future of data science

14.June
The world of data science is awash in open source: PyTorch, TensorFlow, Python, R, and much more. But the most widely used tool in data science isn’t open source, and it’s usually not even considered a data science tool at all. It’s Excel, and it’s running on your laptop. Excel is “the most successful programming system in the history of homo sapiens,” says Anaconda CEO Peter Wang in an interview “because regular ‘muggles’ can take this tool...put their data in it...ask their questions…[and] ...

Visual Studio Code adds Workplace Trust for code editing safety

11.June
The latest version of Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code editor, Version 1.57, is now available, with code execution security a key capability. Published June 10 and also known as the May 2021 release of the source code editor, Visual Studio Code 1.57 can be downloaded from visualstudio.com for Windows, Linux, and Mac. A Workplace Trust capability in the upgrade is intended to provide for safe browsing and editing of code, regardless of the source or original authors. Workplace Trust lets develop...

Oracle offers Java management service

11.June
Oracle has introduced an enterprise service to help manage Java runtimes and applications, either on-premises or on any cloud. The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) native service, called Java Management Service (JMS), became generally available on June 9. Bearing the same acronym as Java Message Service and included as a feature for Oracle Java Standard Edition customers, the management service offers a “single pane of glass” to manage Java deployments across the enterprise, handling issues ...

Complexity is the biggest threat to cloud success and security

11.June
In the latest Agents of Transformation report, Agents of Transformation 2021: The Rise of Full-Stack Observability , 77% of global technicians report experiencing a higher level of complexity as a result of accelerated cloud computing initiatives during the pandemic. A further 78% cited the need to manage the legacy and cloud technology patchwork as a further source of technology spread and complexity. (Note: The sponsor of this article sells an AIops/observability tool.) To read this article...

“Do More with R” video tutorials

10.June
‘Do More with R’ offers quick video tips on useful things you can do in the R programming language. Now you can search these R tutorial videos by topics, tasks, and packages in the table below. (Click on the task to go straight to the video content—or in some cases, an article with a video). Most videos are shorter than 10 minutes. To read this article in full, please click here

Microsoft equips Visual Studio Code with extension for Project Tye microservices

10.June
Microsoft is offering a Visual Studio Code extension to help developers use the Project Tye .NET tool for building microservices and distributed applications. Available in a preview form from the Visual Studio Marketplace , the extension assists with viewing, running, and debugging applications from within the Visual Studio Code editor . The extension is positioned as a continuation of the Tye experiment, intended to provide insight into cloud-native tool experiences. To read this article in ...

Use the new R pipe built into R 4.1

10.June
The R language has a new, built-in pipe operator as of R version 4.1: |> %>% is the pipe that most R users know. Originally from the magrittr package , it’s now used in many other packages as well. (If you’re wondering where the magrittr name came from, it’s a reference to Belgian artist Rene Magritte and one of his paintings, The Treachery of Images , that says in French: “This is not a pipe.”) Here’s a somewhat trivial example using the %>% pipe with the mtcars data set and a couple of dply...
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