Chris Lattner cuts last ties to Swift project

Chris Lattner, the mind behind compiler infrastructure project LLVM and Apple's Swift language, has left the Swift core team and the Swift...

TensorFlow 2.8 lends hand at text processing, continues to lure devs onto more powerful hardware

Machine learning practitioners with an interest in hardware acceleration can find some new things to try in the just released version 2.8...

Here’s to easy access: Apache Kafka 3.1 presents OIDC support, open endpoint queries

The team behind distributed event streaming platform Apache Kafka is currently putting a lot of effort into following through with larger projects...

Break point: Cloudera, NeuVector, Mirantis Secure Registry, Apache Hop, Java Operator SDK, and Istio

The team behind Cloudera Streaming Analytics has put the finishing touches to its 1.6 release. The update, available now, comes with a...

Better, faster, stronger: CUDA 11.6 puts finishing touches to 128-bit int support

The toolkit for Nvidia’s parallel computing platform CUDA recently got updated and is now on version 11.6. With performance and programming model...

IPython 8.0 out now with slimmer code base, enhanced coding experience

Interactive Python toolkit IPython has slimmed down a bit, gained some enhancements for readability and debugging, and is available for downloading in...

Flink ML 2.0 paves way for better usability with algorithm implementations and Python SDK

After putting the project through a major refactoring and giving it a new home, the team behind machine learning library Flink ML...

Elixir team advances numerical computing project, plans more machine learning additions

After 14 months of work, the developers behind multi-dimensional tensor library Nx have decided to cut their first official release and share...

NumPy 1.22 kicks off windows/arm64 support, completes main annotation work

After more than a half year of work, the NumPy team has released version 1.22 of the scientific computing library - the...

Break point: MariaDB, ONNX runtime, Seldon Core, GitLab, Go, and Oracle

The organisations behind relational database management system MariaDB announced that, starting with the next major update, the release frequency of MariaDB Server...

Ray 1.9 makes Train beta, launches Ray Job Submission server

The team behind the Ray framework for building distributed applications has pushed version 1.9 of its project into the open — a...

Break point: Grafana, Wasmer, Rust, Julia, PyTorch Live, Fleet, and Qt Creator

Version 8.3 of observability and data visualization platform Grafana has been made available. The update fixes a series of bugs, prevents folders...

Who’s there? JupyterHub 2.0 gets role-based access control going

The team behind multi-user Jupyter notebook server JupyterHub has pushed version 2.0 out of the door, aiming to delight admins with the...

OCR Engine Tesseract 5.0 converts to float for faster training and recognition

After more than 2.5 years in alpha, version 5.0 of the popular optical character recognition engine Tesseract has finally made it across...

Skint but looking to get complex machine learning models into production? Serverless might be the answer

Webcast - Combining Serverless and BERT for accuracy and cost-effectiveness with the MCubed web lecture series An old truism...

JetBrains updates data-related tooling with support for versioning efforts, Zeppelin and remote notebook use

JetBrains is pushing out its third major update series of the year, which also has some things in store for data handlers.