Amazon Release Corretto: A Multiplatform Java OpenJDK Build with No-Cost Support

At Devoxx BE, held in Antwerp, Belgium, Amazon announced a preview release of Amazon Corretto, a “no-cost, multiplatform, production-ready distribution” build of OpenJDK, the reference implementation of Java. During the opening keynote James Gosling, the founder of the Java language, announced Corretto as a drop-in replacement for all Java SE distributions, with the exception of use cases involving…

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What You Should Know About PHP 7.2

We must thank again one of our loyal readers for helping us realize the importance of this follow-up. The truth is, key changes in such a critical technology deserve continuous coverage. Furthermore, the “update of the update” —i.e., PHP 7.2— sets new challenges and opportunities, in and beyond Moodle. PHP 7.2 is not the significant departure from PHP 7.1…

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Microsoft allies with Facebook on A.I. software

Microsoft has developed open-source software for crafting artificial intelligence models. But in recent months, the company has changed course, opting to work more closely with Facebook and contribute to the development of Facebook’s own flavor of free AI software. Microsoft hasn’t made a big deal about the change. But it reflects a willingness to back software that comes…

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  Web Design Market Report, Forecast to 2023 provides information on, market analysis, shares, Trends, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. The main objective of Web Design Market report is to define, and forecast the global market on the basis of types of applications, major sectors, deployment models, organization size, and regions. The Web…

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Imagine one time you came up with a great idea to create a website for your company. The first step to take in this case is to hire a web development team of professionals that can fit the project’s objectives. The selection of the project team is as important issue to plan as the website development cost and…

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AMD to cease 32-bit Radeon Software development

AMD has issued a statement to say that it will be ceasing the development of drivers for 32-bit Windows systems. It says such support has been moved to ‘legacy support mode’ so future driver releases will be 64-bit only. AMD abandoned Windows 8.1 32-bit Radeon driver support back in Feb 2017 because “nobody cares,” but Nvidia beat it to the decision…

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