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February, 2017


February 22, 2017  10:01 AM

Varnish Software: How to avoid the tendency for multiple dependencies

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This is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog by Arianna Aondio in her role as field engineer at Varnish...

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February 22, 2017  9:35 AM

Hazelcast aims for a more ‘always-on’ in-memory data grid (IMDG)

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Open source in-memory data grid (IMDG) company Hazelcast has hit its 3.8 release iteration.

What is an IMDG?

This is a data structure that resides entirely in RAM and is distributed among multiple servers -- quite...


February 20, 2017  6:48 AM

EngineerBetter CTO: the logical truth about software ‘packaging’

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This is a guest post written for the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog by Daniel Jones in his capacity as CTO of 


February 14, 2017  12:23 PM

What to expect from Microsoft Build 2017

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What should we expect from Microsoft Build or //build/ 2017 then? One thing you may notice is that rather than posting this on the Computer Weekly Developer Network (CWDN) column, we have subtly shifted the position of this story to run on Computer Weekly Open Source Insider and its accompanying...


February 13, 2017  5:26 PM

Yahoo Big ML (machine learning) team releases TensorFlowOnSpark

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Yahoo!'s Big ML (machine learning) team comprising of Lee Yang, Jun Shi, Bobbie Chern and Andy Feng have confirmed that they are offering  0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


February 9, 2017  11:43 AM

Progress goes opens on Windows UI library

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Progress has open sourced its Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) native UI controls for building Windows apps. As well as expanding its donations to the .NET ecosystem and foundation, the firm is effectively here giving  20+ UI...


February 5, 2017  10:06 AM

Bloomberg integrates Learning-to-Rank into Apache Solr

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The Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog takes a closer look at Bloomberg -- as previously reported, Bloomberg L.P. produces technology for financial markets. The firm's...


February 1, 2017  9:46 AM

Cloudera: we’ve seen the future… and it’s mixed data workloads

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  Cloudera is an interesting company. Interesting in that it bills itself as a data management, analytics and machine learning specialist... three 'disciplines' that one might have expected to find in three different firms. Given this supposed breadth then, the firm now welcomes Apache...


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