For our October presentation, we are delighted to host Terry Martin-Back presenting "5 Great Tips for Giving Great Presentations". The presentation will be held on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 from 7 to 8 PM via this Zoom meeting. See full information here.See More
Join us in welcoming Anthony Sequeira of ITProTV as he presents “An Introduction to Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure“.The public is welcome and there is no charge to view this Zoom presentation. Reserve your spot today at aitp-ncfl.org/eventsSee More
For our July 2020 meeting we are delighted to host Don Pezet of ITProTV as he presents “Manage Your Change Control Process with Git”.The presentation will start Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 6 PM via Zoom meeting (ID number 976 0937 0079).See the meeting flyer at for more details, or…See More
For our March 2020 meeting we are delighted to host Anthony Sequeira of ITProTV as he presents "An Introduction to Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure". The meeting will take place Tuesday, March 24, 2020 from 6 to 8 PM, at the ITProTV campus, 7525 NW 4th Blvd in Gainesville. There is no charge to attend this presentation, but reservations are requested. For more information view the…See More
For our February 2020 meeting we are delighted to host Mike Rodrick of ITProTV as he presents "Are you ready for DaaS? Windows Virtual Desktop is ready for you!" The meeting will take place Tuesday, February 25, 2020 from 6 to 8 PM, at the ITProTV campus, 7525 NW 4th Blvd in Gainesville. There is no charge to attend this presentation, but reservations are requested. To reserve your spot, click the green button or go to…See More
For our January 2020 meeting we are delighted to host Dan Rua of Admiral as he presents "Visitor Relationship Management: Determining the Future of the Internet". The meeting will take place Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 6 to 8 PM, at the ITProTV campus, 7525 NW 4th Blvd in Gainesville. There is no charge to attend this presentation. To reserve your spot, click the green button or go to…See More
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Researchers from Microsoft, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and Columbia University have open-sourced Large Language and Vision Assistant (LLaVA). LLaVA is based on a CLIP image encoder and a LLaMA language decoder, is fine-tuned on a synthetic instruction-following dataset, and achieved state-of-the-art accuracy on the ScienceQA benchmark.
This article introduces the field of green software engineering, showing the Green Software Foundation’s Software Carbon Intensity Specification, which is used to estimate the carbon footprint of software, and discusses ideas on how to make machine learning greener. It aims to give you the tools to take an active part in the climate solution
Grafana Labs has released version 9.5 of Grafana including improvements to Grafana Alerting, service accounts, and improvements to the dashboards. Support bundles were also released providing a simpler way to gather and share debugging information about the Grafana stack. AWS has announced support for Grafana 9.4 within their Amazon Managed Grafana service.
This week's Java roundup for May 22nd, 2023 features news from OpenJDK, JDK 21, Spring Cloud 2022.0.3, Spring Shell 3.1.0, 3.0.4 and 2.1.10, Spring Security Kerberos 2.0-RC2, Payara Platform, Quarkus 3.0.4 and 2.13.8, WildFly 28.0.1, Micronaut 4.0-M5, Helidon 2.6.1, MicroStream 8.1.0, Apache Camel 3.20.5, JDKMon 17.0.61, JHipster Lite 0.33.0, Java’s 28th Birthday and Azul State of Java survey.
Cloudflare uses Kafka clusters to decouple microservices and communicate the creation, change or deletion of various resources via protobuf, a common data format in a fault-tolerant manner. The authors suggest investing in metrics for problem detection, prioritizing clear SDK documentation, and balancing flexibility and simplicity for standardized pipelines.
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Happy birthday, Michael!
Hi Michael and welcome to Codetown! You might want to join some groups you find interesting. I hope to see you at tomorrow night's GatorJUG. All the best, Michael Levin