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Getting started with Azure OpenAI

Microsoft’s Azure-hosted OpenAI language models are now generally available, and it’s surprisingly simple to use them in your code.


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Working with Mastodon lists

Steampipe makes it easy to create Mastodon dashboards, find interesting people, see which lists they’re on, and export lists in useful ways. Now we need ways to share and remix those lists.


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Red Hat Linux comes to Oracle Cloud

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now certified and fully supported on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure virtual machines.


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nbdev v2 review: Git-friendly Jupyter Notebooks

Add-on to Jupyter Notebooks enables a literate Python development style that gives you high-quality documentation, tests, continuous integration, and packaging for free.


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Privacera connects to Dremio’s data lakehouse to aid data governance

The integration of open-source based Privacera into Dremio’s data lakehouse is designed to allow joint customer enterprises to manage and organize secure data access.


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Red Hat Enterprise Linux arrives in Oracle’s cloud

Old rivals Red Hat and Oracle have teamed up for RHEL-based virtual machines running in Oracle’s OCI service.


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Server-side rendering is having a moment

React-based frameworks that render web pages on the server could paradoxically be the future of front-end development. Here’s why.


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MLops is the hot new cloud computing career path

Amid the popularity of ChatGPT, MLops spending will surge in 2023 as leaders increase investments in machine learning. Cloud pros should take a look.


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C++ creator Bjarne Stroustrup defends its safety

US National Security Agency recommends using memory safe programming languages instead of C/C++ when possible, because hackers frequently exploit memory issues.


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Google blew it with open source layoffs

The decision to cut people who built the foundation that supports Google’s open source and cloud successes seems incredibly shortsighted.


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Hail Hydra: Kill snowflake servers so the cloud can take their place

High-availability, auto-scaling, self-healing cloud infrastructure is as resilient as the many-headed swamp monster of Greek myth. Make the most of it by using containers.


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Oracle per-employee Java pricing causes concern

New pricing plan for Oracle Java SE starts at $15 per employee per month and scales downward based on number of users.


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TypeScript 5.0 retools decorators

Forthcoming upgrade to Microsoft’s strongly typed JavaScript, now in beta, promises to be smaller, faster, and simpler.


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Mastodon relationship graphs

Steampipe and SQL allow us to see relationships among the data we extract from APIs. Here’s how to graph the connections between tooters and boosters on Mastodon.


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The downsides of cloud-native solutions

Cloud-native development is having a great run of popularity and growth, but complexity and vendor lock-in are the trade-offs for agility and reliability.