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The merger of networking, storage, RAM, and cache | EDN

https://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/eye-on-standards/4460689/The-merger-of-networking–storage–RAM–and-cache Since the dawn of civilization, the computing bottleneck has been the tawdry I/O relationship between disk drives and RAM (random access memory). The emergence of SSDs (solid state drives) loosened but didn’t alter this I/O bottleneck. With fast networks computers can move data onto their disks from remote systems as fast as they can

10 Hello World programs for your Raspberry Pi

https://opensource.com/article/18/3/10-hello-world-programs-your-raspberry-pi “Hello world” is the beginning of everything when it comes to computing and programming. Having a nice simple readable “hello world” program makes for a good intro for beginners learning your language, library, framework, or tool. This article shows ten different “hello world” programs that can be run on the Raspberry Pi using its

Apple releases from WWDC 2018

https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/06/04/apple-releases-first-ios-12-macos-1014-mojave-watchos-5-and-tvos-12 Apple had on Monday’s WWDC 2018 a keynote presentation that announced new product updates. Apple issued initial beta versions of its upcoming platform upgrades, including iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12.

Gaming addiction classified as disorder by WHO

Here are some news related to addictive gaming: Gaming addiction classified as disorder by WHO   http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-42541404 Gaming can be too addictive to some people. Now gaming addiction is to be listed as a mental health condition for the first time. The World Health Organisation’s 11th International Classification of Diseases (ICD) will include the condition

New things at Google I/O 2018

Google I/O 2018 is starts soon. I/O tries to bring together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning with Google experts, and a first look at Google’s latest developer products. The Verge article Eight things to expect at Google I/O 2018 tells that at this year’sI/O, which will be held again at the

What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference

Fresh off of Windows 10′s major April update, Microsoft is gearing up for its annual two-day Build conference in Seattle on Monday. Engadget article What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference tells what to expect from this celebration of the company’s developer community. Wired has also published What to Expect from Microsoft Build 2018

Do you need a blockchain? | TechCrunch

https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/19/do-you-need-a-blockchain/ Blockchain technology is set to have a profound impact on a wide variety of industries. Blockchain technology is still surrounded by its fair share of hype and uncertainty. It seems that the term blockchain has become a bit diluted as the hype has continued to bloom. There is an inherent risk that managers eager

Technical Cheat Sheets for Developers – RHD Blog

https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2017/05/23/technical-cheat-sheets-for-developers/ Here are the cheat sheets available today: Linux Commands Cheat Sheet, Advanced Linux Commands Cheat Sheet, Wildfly Swarm Cheat Sheet, Containers Cheat Sheet, MongoDB Cheat Sheet, Kubernetes Cheat Sheet and the Eclipse Vert.x Cheat Sheet.

Know how RESTful your API is: An Overview of the Richardson Maturity Model – RHD Blog

https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2017/09/13/know-how-restful-your-api-is-an-overview-of-the-richardson-maturity-model/ Let’s say we designed a REST API. How do we know how much Restful API is? Some developers call it “Not Restful API”, some call it “Partially Restful API”, for some, it is “Fully Restful API”, and for some “It is not REST API at all or they call it SOAP based web service”.