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JavaScript dapps: Decentralized lists with Blockstack

Our decentralized snippet application , powered by Blockstack, is starting to come together. We’ve seen how easy it is to add user authentication and basic persistence using Blockstack’s JavaScript library, Blockstack.js. This week, we’re going to add the ability to name snippets and the ability to save multiple snippets. In order to pull this off, we’ll have to dig into persistence again and s...

What’s new in TypeScript 3.4

TypeScript 3.4, the next version of Microsoft’s typed superset of JavaScript, has arrived as a release candidate, with improvements for builds and type-checking. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

LLVM 8 shines on WebAssembly, machine learning workloads

The project behind LLVM , the compiler framework that powers the Clang C/C++ compiler, and the compilers for languages such as Rust and Swift, has officially released LLVM 8 . This latest release moves WebAssembly code generation out of LLVM’s experimental status and enables it by default. Compilers have already been provisionally using LLVM’s WebAssembly code generation tools; Rust, for instan...

JDK 12: The new features in Java 12

The production release of Java Development Kit 12, based on Java SE (Standard Edition) 12, is now available. JDK 12 builds are available from Oracle for Linux, Windows, and MacOS. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

BrandPost: Application Capital 101

For millennia, the world economy grew incrementally and slowly based on population growth and increasing trade across distances. Conversion of raw materials to finished goods was achieved through manual labor and processes – often through trial and error that could take centuries. After nearly 5,000 years of recorded history, the Industrial Revolution changed everything. Businesses that deploye...

BrandPost: Per-App Architectures Protect Apps at Home and in the Cloud

The data center is being driven by digital transformation to change. Cloud, containers, and catastrophic breaches are forcing the focus on change to come sooner rather than later. Much of the focus is on the impact of continuous delivery and per-app deployments, which can wreak havoc on traditional deployment schedules. Attempting to coordinate traditional and modern schedules is sure to cause ...

Das Keyboard 5Q lights up for developers

Das Keyboard has made a name as a maker of high-end keyboards for users with demanding standards for what they type on. Developers are a prime example, and so the new Das Keyboard 5Q, with a list price of $249, is billed as “the ultimate keyboard for developers, IT managers, and overachievers.” To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

New Google project offers Kubernetes building blocks for CI/CD

Cloud-native technologies such as Kubernetes promise to be a hedge against cloud lock-in . A new open-source project, Tekton , offers a Kubernetes-native framework for quickly building CI/CD systems that run anywhere Kubernetes runs. Plus, Tekton will work with existing CI/CD servers such as Jenkins. The Google-led project, which has had contributions from other companies, features a shared set...

Open Computer Project and Azure: hardware meets software

Microsoft has been a member of the Open Compute Project since 2014, donating many of the specifications for its Azure data centers to the project. It’s where Microsoft develops its Olympus servers and its Sonic networking software. So it’s always fascinating to go along to the annual OCP Summit to see what’s happening in the world of open hardware design, and to see what aspects of Azure’s unde...

New tools help you pick the right cloud configuration

I’m always concerned about how enterprises pick their cloud technology configuration. It’s easy to pick virtual platforms from a menu of hundreds of configurations that include memory, storage, CPUs, I/O, and networking. Whatever you pick will probably work, but it won’t be cost-optimized. Enter the new cloud-selection systems. A few new entries to the market promise to remove the guesswork whe...

How to use Glimpse in ASP.Net Core

Glimpse is a popular, open-source web debugging and diagnostics tool that can be used to gain visibility into the performance of your ASP.Net or ASP.Net MVC applications. You can also integrate Glimpse with Application Insights. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

The best machine learning and deep learning libraries

If you’re starting a new machine learning or deep learning project, you may be confused about which framework to choose. As we’ll discuss, there are several good options for both kinds of projects. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

Gluon ships JavaFX 12

Mobile solutions provider Gluon has released JavaFX 12, the company’s second release of the rich client technology for Java since JavaFX was decoupled from the JDK (Java Development Kit). JavaFX 12 follows on Gluon’s September 2018 release of JavaFX 11. The JavaFX 12 runtime is available as a platform-specific SDK, as JMOD archive files, and as a set of artifacts in the Maven Central repository...

Jenkins tries to reinvent itself as cloud-native for Kubernetes

The popular but troubled Jenkins CI/CD system is being reworked to support cloud-native applications on the Kubernetes container-orchestration platform . The Jenkins X project is a response to user concerns that Jenkins had lost its luster and had developed configuration and stability issues. Jenkins X is intended for Kubernetes users who want to adopt CI/CD or who want CI/CD and are moving to ...
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