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Dell Boomi’s Spring release focuses on developer productivity

Dell Boomi wants to help its users more efficiently connect their applications, synchronize data, and automate workflows with the Spring 2018 release of Dell Boomi. The Spring 2018 release continues on Dell Boomi’s path of continuous innovation and ongoing development of an integration platform as a service (iPaaS), according to the company. “With this release, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oculus Start, The Future Computed, and JoyToken’s new API protocol

Oculus has launched a new developer program called Oculus Start. The program is designed to provide access, support and savings to qualifying virtual reality developers. According to Oculus, the program will offload some of the development costs for developers so their main focus can be creating VR applications.  “We know there is no shortage of inspired … continue reading

Microsoft’s quantum future, Red Hat launches Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions and more — SD Times News Digest: September 26, 2017

Microsoft reveals quantum computing progress During their Ignite event in Orlando, Microsoft announced the current state of their quantum computing project led by mathematician Michael Freedman, which aims to develop the hardware and software foundation for future quantum computers. So far, the project’s most prominent development is a Visual Studio-integrated programming language that is designed … continue reading

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Dell announces new IoT solutions, FileMaker Platform 16, and MIT CSAIL’s C-LEARN system for robots — SD Times news digest: May 11, 2017

Dell Technologies made a number of new IoT announcements at its Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas this week. The company plans to take the complexity out of IoT deployment, and ease digital transformation with new products and partnerships. New solutions include: a VMware Pulse IoT Center for secure IoT infrastructure management; IoT advisory … continue reading

The Software Testing World Cup Chronicles, Part II: Ready, set, TEST!

On the day of the Software Testing World Cup Finals, it was an understatement to say my team and I were nervous. We knew we had worked our hardest to prepare, but the fact that none of us knew exactly what lie ahead for us to test left us with an air of uncertainty. The … continue reading

Twilio’s new Twilio Enterprise Plan, Sencha’s new data visualization enhancements, and Dell closes EMC merger—SD Times news digest: Sept. 8, 2016

Today Twilio announced the availability of Twilio Enterprise. With it, the company hopes to help large enterprises build and customize cloud communication solutions at scale, which will help enterprise developers who face challenges when building applications. The new capabilities are designed to support the security, access-management and administration requirements of enterprises building cloud communication solutions. … continue reading

Yelp releases API developer preview, Dell reveals digital transformation problems, AT&T and Orange team up on open source—SD Times news digest: July 20, 2016

Yelp is currently revamping its API based on developer feedback, and today it is giving developers a preview as to what it has been working on. According to the company, the API will feature two new capabilities: autocomplete and transaction search. Both are designed to help improve its user experience. In addition, the company is … continue reading

MIT CSAIL’s new algorithm, Samsung announces new IoT strategy, and Dell sells its software group—SD Times news digest: June 21, 2016

Machines that can better understand human interactions could open up new possibilities for robots, which is why researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) trained an algorithm that can anticipate human interactions more accurately than before. The algorithm was trained on YouTube videos and TV shows like “The Office” and “Desperate Housewives.” … continue reading

Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition, Raspberry Pi 3, and WhatsApp drops BlackBerry—SD Times news digest: Feb. 29, 2016

Microsoft has announced the Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition is now open for pre-orders, and will start shipping March 30. “Today represents a monumental step forward. This is the first step in our journey to consumers,” wrote Alex Kipman, technical fellow at Microsoft, in a blog post. “A step focused on our commercial partnerships and on … continue reading

VMware confirms layoffs, Google tackles app monetization in new eBook, and Walmart’s OneOps is now open source—SD Times news digest: Jan. 27, 2016

In an earnings statement yesterday, VMware confirmed layoffs of 800 employees as it prepares for the Dell acquisition. Last October, Dell announced it was buying EMC, which owns 80% of VMware but operates it as an independent company, which means it decides when to make layoffs. In addition to the restructuring, according to Jonathan Chadwick, … continue reading

Microsoft’s AI advancements, tech tattoos, and Dell addresses security vulnerability—SD Times news digest: Nov. 25, 2015

Microsoft researchers say they are making advancements in computer vision, deep learning, and understanding images. The company, along with colleagues from Carnegie Mellon University, has developed a new system that analyzes images and interprets it as a human would. “The ability to answer questions is critical to developing artificial intelligence tools, and this breakthrough could … continue reading

The openCypher Project, top executives leave Dell, and Heroku joins with Parse—SD Times news digest: Oct. 23, 2015

Neo Technology is launching a new open-source project to make the graph query language Cypher available to the masses. The project, openCypher, will provide a Cypher language specification, a reference implementation, a technology compatibility kit for vendors, and reference documentation for Cypher releases. Initial supporters of the project include Oracle, Databricks, Tableau, GraphAware, GrapheneDB, Graph … continue reading

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