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RISC-V systems on chips represent a great deal of new promise for the IT infrastructure business and could become the Next Big Thing inside devices ranging from thumb drives to servers.
At Connect 2017, Microsoft embraced Databricks, Cassandra and other open-source projects, hoping to become the go-to cloud provider for enterprise developers.
Members of the early-access program get first crack at the updated GUI-based management toolset for Windows Server.
With tools like the new Visual Studio Tools for AI extension and Azure IoT Edge, Microsoft hopes to accelerate the pace of innovation in the intelligent software space.
The terms “app testing,” “analytics” and “mobile devices” have rarely been used in the same sentence—maybe never. This might be an actual first for the IT industry.
Quick Base research points to greater diversity among business app builders as compared to traditional programming jobs, with 40 percent identifying as women.
Jaikumar Vijayan | Updated
New Firebase feature will allow mobile app developers to better test different versions of their UI and application functions to determine the ones that perform the best.
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
Plan to join us Nov. 8 for an #eWEEKchat about the hot trend in do-it-yourself application development designed for non-technical line of business users.
The University of South Florida needed a way to improve processes, eliminate waste and enhance the user experience. Here's how Appian's low-code platform helped the university do just that.
Although rivals in the cloud, the technology giants find common ground in helping developers dive into the world of deep learning applications.
The new scholarship partnership with Udacity is part of a broader Grow with Google initiative that CEO Sundar Pichai announced this week.
Chinese company will open seven research labs: China (Beijing and Hangzhou), the U.S. (San Mateo, Calif. and Bellevue, Wash.), Russia (Moscow), Israel (Tel Aviv) and Singapore.