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Julia Schmidt is an editor for devClass and organises event content. Before that she reported on software development, organised conferences and worked as an engineer and software developer.

Google passes on GPipe to build more complex neural networks

Google’s AI department has introduced GPipe, a new library for distributed machine learning, to the neural network building framework Lingvo. It makes use of pipeline parallelism to...
What's the point

What’s the point: Sysdig Secure 2.3, Terraform updates

Container security specialist Sysdig has released v2.3 of its Sysdig Secure offering for runtime security and forensics. To make sure a cluster configuration follows...
fluentd

Logging tool Fluentd hits 1.4

A good three months after its last feature release, the team behind data collector Fluentd has finished and released v1.4 of the project. Fluentd...

Nvidia adorns CUDA 10.1 with lightweight gem(m) and better Linux support

Parallel computing platform CUDA has been released in v10.1, bringingimprovements that might be interesting for those looking for ways to speed up their machine learning programs through...
Heptio Contour

VMware shows off Heptio with Essentials Kubernetes package

VMware has expanded its Kubernetes portfolio with Essentials PKS, a simple Kubernetes distribution bundled with reference architectures, and support offerings. The product is geared...
Tensorflow

TensorFlow 1.13.1 surges forward with Python 3.7 support and enhanced core

With the TensorFlow Dev Summit just a week away, the team behind the popular library for numerical computation has released TensorFlow 1.13.1 bringing its users Python 3.7...
k3s

Rancher throws out the old for small but edge-y Kubernetes distribution

If you ever wanted to use Kubernetes in an edge or internet of things scenario, K3, Rancher’s latest open source project, might be worth checking out.

All systems go on security with Go 1.12 language release

After two good weeks of bug squashing, container ecosystem favourite Go 1.12 is finally generally available with TLS 1.3 support, an improved compiler toolchain, better performance, and...
Forklift and container, image via Shutterstock

All your virtual network functions belong to the cloud – if the CNCF has...

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), fosterer of projects like container orchestrator Kubernetes, used the just started Mobile World Congress 2019 to introduce the Cloud native Network...
Git

Git 2.21 introduces new date format for human timekeeping

Popular version management software Git is now available in v2.21 and includes some performance improvements, a new, more human-friendly date format, and some fixes to make working...