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Addressing Roadblocks in Cloud Computing

Business owners are constantly searching for the next great technology that will help streamline solutions, improve workflow efficiency, and boost their ROI. Cloud computing has quickly become one of the most effective technologies in helping companies increase work output and cut costs. However, ...

APIs for Your EHR: Exploring the API and IoT Opportunity in Healthcare

In a monthly blog series brought to you by CA API Management, we are exploring how the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming industries. Today, we are focusing on the enormous IoT opportunity in healthcare. This month is a good time to highlight healthcare, as the industry has recently made head ...

Build and Interact With This Chatbot Through Voice and Audio

This post is an excerpt from our recent solution tutorial with step-by-step instructions showing how easy it is to quickly create a voice-enabled Android-native chatbot with Watson Assistant, text-to-speech, speech-to-text, and Mobile Analytics services on IBM Cloud. This tutorial walks you throu ...

How Does DevOps Help You Make Database Changes?

Databases have always been treated with a certain level of respect — sometimes to the point that when we want to make a change to the database, we have to create scripts that contain all the commands that need to be executed in the destination environment. Of course, these sets of commands need to b ...

Powering Your App With a Real-Time Messaging CDN

CDN — Content Delivery Network Let’s start with defining a CDN. A content delivery network (CDN) is a system of distributed servers that traditionally delivers web content to a user, based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the webpage and the content delivery server. I use ...

The Ultimate Feature Flag Guide: What They Are, How to Use Them, and How to Get Started

In this guide, as the title indicates, we're going to talk all about the feature flag. What are feature flags? How do you use them? How do you get started? I'll cover all of this and a lot more besides. The interesting thing about feature flags is that they're a deceptively simple topic. You can ...

Marrying Speed and Quality in Software Development: How Usage Data Helps

Take a quick glance at pretty much any software developer job description these days and whether it’s Amazon or a start-up, you’ll see that every business is looking for developers who can accomplish the difficult task of producing high-quality software on fast-paced schedules. In a description for ...

Top IoT Operating Systems and Microsoft

Last week, Microsoft announced a new IoT operating system, called Azure Sphere OS, that targets very small constrained devices. It is part of the new Azure Sphere offering that targets a complete solution for IoT security. Microsoft now enters a crowded market of open source RTOSs tha ...

7 Microservices Architecture Books Every DevOps Enthusiast Must Read

Microservices is the most talked-about term in the software industry today. Microservices architecture is what every software-powered company wants to embrace to eliminate the complexities of building larger applications with more dependencies. Microservices architecture is all about breaking down t ...

GPL Violations: Learning the Hard Way

GNU General Public License (GPL) is a copyleft license that requires developers to keep source code open and under the GPL. Software under an open source license is used and re-used - most likely - quite often. Given that, the potential for violations certainly exists. And, yes, they do happen. Poss ...

Graph Algorithms in Neo4j: 15 Different Graph Algorithms and What They Do

Graph analytics have value only if you have the skills to use them and if they can quickly provide the insights you need. Therefore, the best graph algorithms are easy to use, are fast to execute, and produce powerful results. Neo4j includes a growing, open library of high-performance graph algorith ...

This Week in Mobile: Hacking the Swift Compiler

iOS  Writing Swift: Adventures in Compiler Mods gives you a look under the hood of the Swift compiler, showing how to create a few build directives.  John Sundell has written up part one of his series on Observers In Swift. One to bookmark.

How To Be a Great Product Owner

Being a Great Product Owner What makes a great Product Owner versus an adequate Product Owner? During a recent conversation with Alex Brown, Principal at Glaessel Ventures and previous COO of Scrum, Inc., he identified some clear steps to effective and profitable product ownership. As COO of Scrum, ...

Using Java Enums

In applications, you often need to work with a set of constant values. For example, representing a contract status with the “permanent”, “temp”, and “intern” values, or directions with the “north”, “south”, “east”, and “west” values. In Java, you use the enum type (short for enumeration), a special ...

OSGL (Part 4): The Art of IO Operations

In the previous OSGL art of coding articles, we have talked about: The art of image processing Extending Img with a customized processor The art of String manipulation In this article, we will introduce how to use the IO utility to handle Input/Output operations.

Using YouTube as a Data Source in GatsbyJS

This is a Livecoding Recap: an almost-weekly post about interesting things discovered while livecoding. Usually shorter than 500 words. Often with pictures. Livecoding happens almost every Sunday at 2 PM PDT on multiple channels. You should subscribe to My YouTube channel to catch me live. Gats ...

Working With SQL Server Reporting Server PowerShell

In this post, we will see how to work with SSRS PowerShell so we can remap SSRS or SQL Server Reporting Server Database to an existing DB. We will see also how to restore SSRS encryption keys. First, download the PowerShell SSRS Modules using NuGet for PowerShell (NuGet Provider), run PowerShell as ...

Setting Up Local Environment for Developing Oracle Intelligent Bots Custom Components

Oh, the joy of having a local development environment is priceless. For most cloud-based solutions, the story repeats itself — it's hard to troubleshoot and make changes while developing your project. Well, this is no different with Oracle Intelligent Bots, and for your benefit, setting up a local d ...

High-Quality Automated Tests - Top StyleCop Coding Styles: Part 3

This is the next publication from the High-Quality Automated Tests series. In Part 1, I showed you how to apply coding standards and styles in you .NET tests using StyleCop. This will be the third and last part of the mini-series dedicated to StyleCop coding styles. If you haven't, please check ...

Top 10 Errors From 1000+ Ruby on Rails Projects (and How to Avoid Them)

To give back to the developer community, at Rollbar we looked at our database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in Ruby on Rails projects. We’re going to show you what causes them and how to prevent them from happening. If you avoid these "gotchas," it'll make you a bett ...

The API Economy: What APIs Can Do for You

You've probably heard at least a little bit about APIs, and how they're making waves in today's economy. Maybe you're thinking that your organization should join in on the fun. But what are they, and what can they do for you? What Is an API?

Why Next-Gen Firewalls Can't Replace CASBs

A security solution is only as good as the data it protects. Some solutions focus on data protection on the corporate network, others focus entirely on cloud data, and a select few enable security at access from any network. Next-gen firewalls (NGFWs) are the traditional solution for many organiza ...

Java Quiz 16: Eligible Objects for Garbage Collection

Before we start with this week's puzzle, here is the answer to Java Quiz 15: Improve Encapsulation of Your Code. Adding and removing elements from the list can be prevented by returning a copy of the list as follows.

Sanity Tests for Alexa Skills, Google Home Actions, and Messenger Bots

A sanity test should quickly evaluate if your application answers a specific set of questions as expected. The point of a sanity test is to rule out certain classes of obviously false results, not to catch every possible error. A rule of thumb may be checked to perform the test. The advantage of a s ...

Stop Arguing with Software Developers on the Internet

I won't bother pasting the iconic XKCD that we're all thinking about right now, given the blog post title. Instead, I'll just lead with the premise. You should stop arguing with software developers on the internet. In fact, you should probably stop arguing on the internet altogether. Now, before ...

6 Keys to Unlock the Value of DevOps

When people talk about today's software, two things are clear: It's driving real value in businesses, big and small, helping them transform processes and create whole new app-driven business models. The IT organizations in the market-leading businesses are committed to delivering software the ...

Python vs. R

The '90s were responsible for a number of incredible developments, including the internet, which forever changed the world. '90s culture isn't often seen in a positive light, but don't forget it was the decade that brought both Python and R into the world. These two programming languages gave data s ...

Say Hello to Node.js 10.0.0

It’s April 2018 which means it’s time for the arrival of Node.js 10.0.0, the seventh major release of the platform since the launch of the Node.js Foundation, and the seventh major release that I personally have had the honor to help shepherd out the door. Node.js 10 focuses primarily on incremental ...

AI Matches Accuracy of Trained Radiologists to Identify Brain Hemorrhage in Head-to-Head Test

Can an AI become as good as a radiologist and aid in caring for brain hemorrhage patients? The answer is yes. In time-critical diagnoses like brain bleeds, an early detection can significantly increase the chances of survival. There can be cases where a radiologist is not on duty, or a radiologist m ...

The ROI of Real-Time AI Driven Incident Monitoring and Prediction: Nine New Application Issues, Part 5

Losing Time There's a dirty little secret in the legacy monitoring world. It can take 5-10 minutes for an alert to fire in most monitoring tools. That's 5-10 minutes before you have any indication that there is a problem. Here's the good news: there's a better, faster way. Welcome to Part 5 of t ...