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On-demand graph database design and modeling training/certification now available

Until fairly recently, the impressive benefits provided by graph databases have been restricted to the most sophisticated – and deep pocketed – technology organizations such as Facebook and LinkedIn. 200 more words

Big Data

Three day graph database training in July

For years, graph databases have underpinned core operations at the most sophisticated social networks (such as Facebook and LinkedIn). Thanks to factors such as software advances and more affordable hardware environments, these databases are now within reach of every business and government entity, much as numerous other advanced technologies have now graduated into mainstream deployments. 131 more words

Big Data

Amazon's Alexa Can Now Control Your Home Cameras

Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant is getting more capable around the house.

The retail giant said Thursday that it built a new developer tool that will let companies specializing in home automation technology integrate Alexa into their products. 302 more words

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Software Quality Matters blog: Five API Development & Testing Trends

SmartBear has just published an article that I wrote about five widespread development and testing changes that are dramatically disrupting the ways that APIs are being evaluated prior to being placed into production. 37 more words

Cloud

Twitter Goes After Facebook and YouTube With Streaming Video Move

The fact that video is one of the few places where media companies can still make money becomes obvious when you see how many places are banking on it for growth, whether it’s Facebook ramping up its live video offerings or services like Genius… 498 more words

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This 'Aggregator' App for Uber and Lyft Rides Hopes to Make the Cut

When Google added the ability to request a Lyft ride through its Maps app in September, ride-hailing customers rejoiced. Finally, people could use a single app to choose between rides Uber and Lyft rides. 911 more words

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Why the recent Internet of Things (IoT) attack is just the beginning

A few days ago we witnessed a new type of distributed denial of service (DDoS) incident. Unlike previous botnet attacks that enlisted compromised computers, this one corralled assorted unprotected devices like Internet-ready webcams, DVRs, and baby monitors to flood Domain Name System (DNS) servers, and thereby seriously degrade the Internet for hours. 309 more words

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