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Best of blockchain: 5 must-reads

So far, blockchain has remained in the realm of emerging tech, along with artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and virtual reality. Still, many companies and organizations are exploring the technology's potential application in areas such as supply chain, finance, and more. Technology companies and startups are also working on the third generation of blockchain, adding scalability and sustainability.

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Thursday, January 3, 2019 - 03:00

Getting started with predictive analytics in DevOps

 Charts and GraphsData—it's the new currency. Many years ago, we measured the volume of data we processed in gigabytes; then we quickly moved to terabytes. Due to the influence of the smartphone and mobile devices, our volume of data is rapidly increasing to petabytes. read more

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Thursday, January 3, 2019 - 03:03

EU Offers Bug Bounties For 14 Open Source Projects

As the bug bounty programs begin to roll out in January, security experts worry that the programs miss the mark on truly securing open source projects.
The European Commission in January is funding 14 bug bounty programs in hopes of sniffing out vulnerabilities in the free open source projects that EU institutions rely on.

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Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - 06:47

How 2018 learned to do the cloud right

clouds in the sky with blue patternOver the last five years, I've worked in various roles bringing high-performance computing (HPC) into the public cloud. It's been fascinating to watch the industry change from saying "You can't do HPC in the cloud" to "How can I do HPC in the cloud?" to "Why wouldn't I do HPC in the cloud?"

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Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - 03:01

The Linux Kernel Ends 2018 With Almost 75k Commits This Year

As of this New Year's Eve afternoon, the Linux kernel saw 74,974 commits this year that added 3,385,121 lines of code and removed 2,512,040 lines. For as impressive as seeing almost 75k commits in a single year to an open-source project, it's not actually a record high. Last year in fact saw 80,725 commits that added 3.9 million lines and removed 1.3 million lines...  

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Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - 06:26

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