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NEWS ANALYSIS: In San Francisco this week, AMD took the fight to Intel with folks such as Amazon Web Services and Baidu on stage behind one of the strongest value-oriented (performance per dollar) arguments against Intel it has ever fielded.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: Analysts discuss how CIOs can lead their businesses to discover IoT opportunities and make IoT projects a success during Gartner's Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona.
The open-source GraphQL specification was originally developed by Facebook as an alternative to REST, providing organizations with a new way to enable more complex and dynamic data-driven APIs.
Startup TriggerMesh is emerging from stealth with a plan to add a new layer of management and portability to the nascent market for serverless functions.
Microsoft says it is planning a host of upgrades and improvements to make Visual Studio 2019 for Mac better and easier to use.
EXCLUSIVE TO EWEEK: Oracle co-founder and Silicon Valley survivor Larry Ellison explains how his company has lasted for 41 years and offers insight into continuing enterprise relevancy for current startup owners.
With productivity demands for software projects running high, developers spend too much time managing dependencies and trying to stay up-to-date with security features, and too little time programming.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE, PART I: CEO Mark Hurd is the chief taskmaster in persuading old-line, institutional Oracle customers to move their humongous billing, ERP and other well-entrenched systems to a new paradigm that will take them safely ahead in the 21st century.
Developers use code to build cloud applications, and Pulumi wants them to also be able to use code to build cloud infrastructure.
Smarty-pants bots, artificial intelligence engines and machine-learning servers are taking over. They are photographing and logging checks, researching credit scores, balancing books, monitoring and grading application performance and texting your mother to tell her that you’ve stayed up too...
At the Linux Foundation's inaugural Open FinTech Forum in New York City last week, attendees got a chance to discuss the latest state of open-source adoption and the extent that open-source strategies are changing financial service businesses.
The global open source code repository also released new security tools with the GitHub Security Advisory API, new ways to learn across teams with GitHub Learning Lab for organizations, and other items. Oh yes, it also released the annual "State of the Octoverse" report.