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12 Mar 2017 Java 9 Gets A Release Date: July 27 [61239]
InfoWorld, March 3rd, 2017

"JDK 9, which features modularization and ahead-of-time compilation, will be released this summer," reports Paul Krill in InfoWorld.

"Java Platform SE (Standard Edition) 9, a planned modularized upgrade, remains on target for release in July, an Oracle official said this week.

Java Development Kit (JDK) 9 is set for release on July 27. It will include a long list of capabilities, including modularization, a read-eval-print loop, ahead-of-time compilation, and a memory-saving improvement for strings storage..."
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17 Feb 2017 Oracle preps developers for Java 9 upgrade [60740]
InfoWorld, February 17th, 2017

Oracle has released a guide to help developers move from Java 8 to Java 9

Paul writes in InfoWorld, "In preparation for the planned July release of Java 9, Oracle has released guidance for moving applications over to the forthcoming upgrade, which features big changes through modularization.

The newly released JDK (Java Development Kit) 9 Migration Guide notes that every update brings with it binary, source, and behavioral incompatibilities with previous versions. 'The modularization of the Java SE Platform brings many benefits but also many changes,' Oracle said. 'Code that uses only official Java SE Platform APIs and supported JDK-specific APIs should continue to work without change.' But code that uses certain features or JDK-internal APIs may not run or may give different results, the company cautioned..."
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12 Feb 2017 Review: The Best Frameworks For Machine Learning And Deep Learning [60339]
InfoWorld, February 3rd, 2017

Martin Heller writes in InfoWorld, "Over the past year I've reviewed half a dozen open source machine learning and/or deep learning frameworks: Caffe, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (aka CNTK 2), MXNet, Scikit-learn, Spark MLlib, and TensorFlow.

If I had cast my net even wider, I might well have covered a few other popular frameworks, including Theano (a 10-year-old Python deep learning and machine learning framework), Keras (a deep learning front end for Theano and TensorFlow), and DeepLearning4j (deep learning software for Java and Scala on Hadoop and Spark).

If you're interested in working with machine learning and neural networks, you've never had a richer array of options..."
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10 Feb 2017 Friday Five - February 10, 2017 [60500]
Red Hat, February 10th, 2017

The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • TechTarget - Red Hat performance monitoring service breaks new ground, within limits
  • Empowering higher education to empower students: Red Hat Academy participation grows 273% in 2016
  • Singapore Polytechnic educates on open source with Red Hat Academy
  • Five tenets of Technical Account Management
  • InfoWorld - Open source users: It's time for extreme vetting

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09 Feb 2017 How SUSE is becoming a key player in the IoT market [60504]
SUSE, February 9th, 2017

Swapnil Bhartiya writes in InfoWorld, "According to the most recent Gartner forecast, there will be more than 8.4 billion internet connected things in use worldwide in 2017, with total spending on endpoints and services rocketing to almost $2 trillion.

When we think of IoT we usually don't look beyond small, connected devices. But when I look at IoT, I see three core components:

  • The user facing devices (hardware)
  • Data centers running services for these devices
  • Software running on these devices

It should not come as a surprise that Linux is a dominant player in the latter two categories. Most data centers and cloud, irrespective of whether its public cloud or private cloud, run on Linux. Most IoT devices run some form of Linux based operating system..."
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