Alas; this issue is running late again this week. I'm at the Techorama NL Conference
, and its excellence means that I'm running a little late, Despitet that - there's some interesting news like Tensorflow 2.0.
- How did MS-DOS decide how long to keep the floppy disk cache valid?
Well… this is terrifying. You know how when you face a race condition and you just put a sleep in to deal with it? Yeah. I'm not sure if I'm impressed by the science that went into that sleep or if I'm terrified about the number of people that it impacted.
- Google launches TensorFlow 2.0 with tighter Keras integration
TensorFlow 2.0 is a significant milestone and reflects a number of solid upgrades - many redundant APIs were eliminated, and performance improvements were introduced. But what's next? We may have to wait until the end of the month at the TensorWorld Flow conference.
- Docker Compose CI/CD in Azure DevOps
Docker is ubiquitous for DevOps - and it's easy to create a container as part of your build, publish that container to a registry and then push it to your server. A nice look at the holistic picture - using CD tooling to deliver containers.
- First Experience with GitHub Actions
An objective look at the beta for GitHub Actions - from the good, like a simple YAML definition of build steps, to the not-so-good, like a lack of a proper test result experience.
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