What’s the point: LLVM 11, HashiCorp Boundary, Atlassian, and OpenCV

Version 11 of compiler infrastructure project LLVM has been announced, which now includes - amongst other things - a Fortran frontend. 

MCubed Online: Join us for one day of practical tips for real-world machine learning

There’s one thing that hasn’t been disrupted over recent months. Machine learning and AI continue to push their way into the mainstream,...

Python 3.9 lands with union operators and type hinting generics

After pulling support for the freshly retired Python 3.5, the Python team has concluded its work on version 3.9 of the programming...

OpenCL Spec reaches 3.0, gets SDK to up adoption rates

The Khronos Group  - a graphics, media, and parallel computation standards consortium - has declared that the OpenCL 3.0 Specification is officially...

Busy week for Google Cloud: TPUs spark PyTorch support and AI Platform gets Predictions going

Google Cloud’s AI Platform has opened the doors to a new Prediction product - AI Platform Prediction is mainly aimed at enterprises...

What’s the point: CUDA, PyCharm, CLion, IoTDB, Instana, Spring Tools, and OpenShift

Version 11.1 of Nvidia’s parallel computing platform and GPU programming model CUDA is now available, fitting the project with support for the...
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What’s the point: Qt, Ruby, GitLab pricing, Databricks, TabNet, Icinga, and Ambassador

Ruby creator promises major release for Christmas Ruby creator Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto has informed the community around his...

What’s the point: Istio governance, CircleCI, Algorithmia, GraalVM, and KubeOne

The Istio project has made some changes to its governance model, giving the community more say in the admin side of things...

For data scoffers: Elastic slings workplace search into free tier, trials query language, flexible ingestion

Elastic has updated its portfolio to version 7.9, which comes with an overhauled Kibana, data ingestion help, additional security features, and the...

TensorFlow Lite pulls throttle, adds speed as it puts OpenCL in the sidecar

The team behind the GPU inference engine of mobile deep learning framework TensorFlow Lite successfully finished experiments with an OpenCL-based flavour for...

What’s the point: Ansible, Datadog, Amazon, Lens, Rust, and DeepMind

The team behind Red Hat’s IT automation tool Ansible is on track for the 2.10 release on September 22nd, and has just...

JupyterLab extension Elyra toasts first major release with code snippet helper

Elyra, a set of extensions for JupyterLab Notebooks, has reached its first major release - just three months after being presented to...

Google intros helpful TensorFlow Recorder, but warns you’ll need to cough up for ‘huge datasets’

Just a couple of days after pushing out the latest TensorFlow release, Google has open sourced a new tool for the machine...

Apache Kafka 2.6 eases rebalancing pain, improves insight

Users waiting for the June-scheduled release of distributed event streaming platform Apache Kafka 2.6 finally have the means to update their system....

Julia 1.5 tackles latency and heap allocations before tossing in another LTS release

After thorough testing, programming language Julia 1.5 has finally landed in its finished form with highly anticipated features aiming for lower latency...

Bye-bye Juno, hello Julia for VS Code – IDE shifts form, reaches 1.0

With JuliaCon in full swing, Julia IDE Juno developer Sebastian Pfitzner took to the virtual stage to brief users about the state...