July 2017 Blog Posts (2)

OJUG Meeting Questions

Hi All,

I'm interested in attending an OJUG meeting, but I don't see any on the events page. Am I missing something? Is there a standard meeting location I'm not seeing?

Also, do you all do anything through the Meetup app at all? Would you like me to post programming or tech meetups that I see in my groups for the Orlando area? I saw that Michael added PyCon, but there are others out there that may be interesting as well and I'd be happy to help fill the Events page for people…

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Added by Nicholas Belli on July 30, 2017 at 2:09pm — 4 Comments

Artificial Intelligence Conference Startup Showcase - CFP is open!

If you are an AI pioneer, O'Reilly would love for you to participate in the inaugural Artificial Intelligence Conference Startup Showcase in San Francisco. 



Their team of investors, entrepreneurs, and industry experts will review all submissions and invite ten finalist companies to present their technologies and tell their stories during the Startup Showcase on Monday,…

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Added by Michael Levin on July 18, 2017 at 1:06pm — No Comments

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Presentation: The Future of Chaos Engineering: In Pursuit of the Unknown Unknowns

Crystal Hirschorn discusses where their chaos and resilience practices must evolve to keep pace with the challenges of growing complexity.

By Crystal Hirschorn

Deep-Learning Framework SINGA Graduates to Top-Level Apache Project

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) recently announced that SINGA, a framework for distributed deep-learning, has graduated to top-level project (TLP) status, signifying the project's maturity and stability. SINGA has already been adopted by companies in several sectors, including banking and healthcare.

By Anthony Alford

Article: 13 Practices for Better Code Reviews

When done incorrectly, code review can be irritating, excessively time consuming, and have little or no impact on code quality. However, if done well, it can improve the quality of code and reduce the overall time spent delivering features. This article provides several good practices regarding both technical and cultural aspects of code review.

By Mohammad Ali Bozorgzadeh

How Engagement Models Support Agile Adoption: Q&A With Karl Scotland

Engagement models are approaches to transformation which actively include people in the assessment of the current situation and the exploration of new ideas. By using an engagement model, people can participate in deciding and defining what the agile transformation will look like.

By Ben Linders

Low Latency Profiling Now Available in Java 8

Java Flight Recorder is now publicly available in OpenJDK 8, enabling developers to monitor performance in production with under 2% overhead, without cost.

By Erik Costlow

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