Why MongoDB is ‘fundamentally better’ for developers

MongoDB co-founder and former CTO Eliot Horowitz reflects on the creation of MongoDB and his 13 years with the company | Continue reading


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Why MongoDB is ‘fundamentally better’ for developers

MongoDB co-founder and former CTO Eliot Horowitz reflects on the creation of MongoDB and his 13 years with the company | Continue reading


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Powerful features Python is still missing

What new programming language features would you like to see added to Python? Here are four possibilities — some likely, some not | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 8 days ago

Vue 3.0 brings more speed, more TypeScript

Nearing general release, Vue 3.0 promises significantly faster rendering, component initialization, and updating | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 9 days ago

Understanding .NET MAUI and the Future of Xamarin

Microsoft continues to explore the future of .NET and cross-platform Xamarin development tools | Continue reading


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The unwavering optimism of Tim O'Reilly

InfoWorld finds the Silicon Valley veteran in an at once optimistic, yet fiercely critical mood, as he talks about the opportunities artificial intelligence could afford society, while also addressing the risks of such technology if not properly governed | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 month ago

Do we need so many databases?

We have hundreds of different databases to choose from for storing our data — and we need more | Continue reading


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Client-serverless is the 4th generation application model

Application models do not change very often, but when they do, they create many opportunities | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 month ago

Python may get pattern matching syntax

A proposal under consideration by Python’s development team would finally bring pattern matching statements to the language | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 month ago

Redis scratched an itch – and changed databases forever

For decades we were hamstrung by the belief the database was a ‘solved’ problem, until open source developers opened our eyes | Continue reading


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Node.js vs. Java: An epic battle for developer mindshare

Let’s examine how the enterprise stalwart and JavaScript upstart stack up in the battle for the server room | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 2 months ago

Julia vs. Python: Which is better for data science?

Python has turned into a data science and machine learning mainstay, while Julia was built from the ground up to do the job | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 2 months ago

Free programming courses during quarantine

Want to learn to program? These excellent free introductory courses from Codecademy and Coursera will have you coding in no time | Continue reading


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AWS Beats Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud

Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud have their advantages, but they don’t match the breadth and depth of the Amazon cloud | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 3 months ago

What Is COBOL?

The 60-year-old programming language that powers a huge slice of the world’s most critical business systems needs programmers | Continue reading


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Clever APIs for every developer whim

Connect with these Internet APIs to add some crucial data, a helpful feature, or a user-pleasing frill to your application | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 4 months ago

Offbeat Databases Worth a Look

Plain old MySQL or MongoDB not doing the job? See if these unique offerings meet your needs | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 4 months ago

Using the C# Kubernetes Client Library

Work with .NET and .NET Core to build your own Kubernetes tools | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 4 months ago

Neutralino takes aim at Electron and NW.js – InfoWorld

Experimental framework for building cross-platform apps with JavaScript promises a lightweight footprint and freedom from Node.js | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 4 months ago

Do You Need Kubernetes?

Is Kubernetes the perfect defense against cloud lock-in, or a needlessly complex solution to a problem nobody has? | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 5 months ago

Reasons we don’t write code like we used to

Ever wonder why NASA could develop software to get to the moon, but today’s programmers can’t create a voting app that works? | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 5 months ago

PyTorch has become the hottest product in data science

Don’t look now, but easy, straightforward PyTorch has become the hottest product in data science | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 6 months ago

AI will improve API security

By using AI models to continuously inspect all API activity, we can fill in the cracks left by policy-based API protections | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 6 months ago

How to use pattern matching in C# 8.0

Take advantage of pattern matching improvements in C# 8.0 to write code that is more readable, maintainable, and efficient | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 6 months ago

Deno – More Secure Than Node.js?

Built on V8 and Rust, the Deno JavaScript and TypeScript runtime requires explicit permissions for file and network access | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 6 months ago

Enterprises are still spending on data centers. What gives?

The tremendous growth in money spent on cloud computing was supposed to reduce data center costs, but new survey says no | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 6 months ago

Scylla Review: Apache Cassandra Supercharged

A rewrite of Cassandra in C++, Scylla runs much faster and cheaper than the Java-based original | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 7 months ago

InfoWorld: Kubernetes Meets the Real World

The container orchestration tool Kubernetes continues to gain momentum as enterprises leap from pilot projects to production. Here’s how Bloomberg, News UK, and the travel data provider Amadeus are putting Kubernetes to work | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 8 months ago

Kubernetes vs. Docker: Understand Containers and Orchestration

Learn how Docker and Kubernetes are changing application development and how these key container technologies fit together | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 9 months ago

Will Complexity Kill Kubernetes?

Kubernetes wouldn’t be the first huge open source project to collapse under its own weight, but its champions say it’s different | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 9 months ago

Google Dex language simplifies array math for machine learning

LLVM-powered experimental language for array processing aims for an important corner of the math library space | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 9 months ago

Stroustrup: Why the 35-year-old C++ still dominates 'real' dev

C++ inventor details the language's latest changes and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of its competitors | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 9 months ago

Sun Microsystems founders celebrate legacy

At a recent Sun reunion, founders Scott McNealy and Bill Joy weigh in on machine learning, mobile, Facebook, and politics in tech | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 10 months ago

Coding Cults to Join

Because programming is more fun when we take things to the extreme and obsess about the ‘right way’ to write code | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 10 months ago

What is a service mesh? Service mesh explained

A service mesh brings security, resiliency, and visibility to service communications, so developers don’t have to | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 10 months ago

Kubernetes-native Quarkus Java ready for testing

Red Hat’s Quarkus project is a small-footprint Java stack designed for container-based, cloud-native applications | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 10 months ago

Superclass: Living Programmers (2015)

When developers discuss the world's top programmers, these names tend to come up a lot | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 11 months ago

O365 Spoofing

As phishing attacks evolve, hackers are using customization and targeted scams to ensnare users. Asaf Cidon, vice president, email security services at Barracuda, talks with host Steve Ragan about the ever-changing cat-and-mouse game of phishing. | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 11 months ago

Deep Learning Frameworks: PyTorch vs. TensorFlow

If you actually need a deep learning model, PyTorch and TensorFlow are both good choices | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 11 months ago

VMware VSphere Goes Kubernetes Native

A re-architecture of vSphere with a Kubernetes control plane, Project Pacific looks like Kubernetes to developers and vSphere to admins | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 11 months ago

Multicloud strategy is all wrong

Multicloud is supposed to lower costs and increase agility and innovation, but the opposite is true | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

A Plan to Bring Java to iOS

OpenJDK Mobile would use ahead-of-time compilation to create Apple-approved executables that run without the JVM | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

Why the C programming language still rules

The C language has been a software development staple for five decades. Here’s how it stacks up against C++, Java, C#, Go, Rust, and Python in 2019 | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

Python predicted to surpass Java and C in popularity in three to four years

At the current pace of growth, Tiobe estimates Python could surpass Java and C in popularity in three to four years | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

Machine Learning algorithms simply explained

Machine learning uses algorithms to turn a data set into a predictive model. Which algorithm works best depends on the problem | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language – InfoWorld

The new, open-source programming language is designed for writing code that is simple and obvious for both humans and machines | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

Google Cloud Run runs stateless containers, serverlessly

Google Cloud Run lets you deploy stateless, HTTP-invocable containers to a managed compute service or to Google Kubernetes Engine | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago

GitHub after Microsoft: How it has changed

The cloud and enterprise source-management platform is making up for lost time with new features and new pricing plans | Continue reading


@infoworld.com | 1 year ago