JDK 13: The new features coming to Java 13

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.Net 5: What the merger of .Net Standard and .Net Core means

Microsoft’s .Net strategy may have been a little unclear recently, with two distinct strands of development in the familiar .Net Framework and the new, open-source .Net Core. A common set...

How to use Nancy in ASP.Net Core

 is a lightweight framework for building HTTP-based services. Nancy prefers conventions over configuration and provides support for GET, HEAD, POST, PUT, DELETE, and PATCH operations. Nancy is also open source...

Amazon Neptune review: A scalable graph database for OLTP

, such as , Apache Spark GraphX, DataStax Enterprise Graph, IBM Graph, JanusGraph, , , the graph portion of , and the subject of this review, Amazon Neptune, are good...

Google updates Android Jetpack, unveils Jetpack Compose

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Turn an R Markdown document into an interactive experience

R Markdown is one of my favorite things about modern R. It offers an easy way to combine text, R code, and the results of R code in a single...

Microsoft: Just one .Net going forward

Microsoft’s next version of the .Net software development framework will be .Net 5, and it will be the only branch of .Net going forward. There will be no more separate...

What’s new in Google’s Android Studio 3.5 beta

Google has released a beta version of Android Studio 3.5, the next release of its IDE for Android mobile development. The new version features improvements to memory management and UI...

JavaScript tutorial: Easy data visualizations with React-vis

Data visualization is an important part of telling stories, but you can get lost in the weeds with for hours just to make a few simple charts. If charts...

For open source vs. proprietary, AWS might have it both ways

For all the criticism that Amazon Web Services has received for allegedly , the company that should perhaps scream loudest is no defenseless startup. It’s Google. At a recent AWS...

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