‘yo’ to the rescue – Part 2
THE YEOMAN RUN-LOOP There are some methods that are defined within the class. Any genera-tor class can have some any number of methods....
By in etc | February 16th, 2018
Getting Started with Vue.js – Part 1
Over the past few years, few web frameworks have survived. Vue.js has not only survived but thrived. Let’s see why. Kshitij Sobti...
By in etc | February 5th, 2018
Vimpower yourself
Vim, a relic from the past? Or a tool that stood the test of time? There are those who swear by it and then there are those view it as ...
By in etc | February 1st, 2018
According to the updated release notes these bugs are related to the Windows Out-of-box-experience, activation issues, and having probl...
By in etc | December 27th, 2017
Keras and the Dataset API graduate in TensorFlow 1.4
Keras is a machine learning framework written in Python which aims to minimise the time between ideas and working implementations. It c...
By in appssingleetc | November 10th, 2017
Today, Microsoft is trying to convince many of those same gamers that the extra horsepower in the Xbox One X makes it worth $100 more t...
By in etc | November 9th, 2017
Open-Xchange goes distributed with Hazelcast
Open-Xchange has announced that it has deployed Hazelcast to implement new distributed session storage capabilities for OX customers. 6...
By in etc | September 3rd, 2017
Microsoft was leading the world in AR; now it’s at risk of being left behind
HoloLens was inspirational, but it’s ARKit and ARCore that are going to win developers. ...
By in etc | September 1st, 2017
OpenJDK may tackle Java security gaps with secretive group
The private group would tackle code vulnerabilities that currently are handled without coordination—or not at all ...
By in etc | August 28th, 2017
Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression
In the wake of Charlottesville, both GoDaddy and Google have refused to manage the domain registration for the Daily Stormer, a neo-Naz...
By in etc | August 18th, 2017