This article appeared almost a month ago, and I just got to reading it. It almost looks like it was written looking in the rear view mirror! Are there any of these seven trends that isn’t already a hot topic?
7 #Cloud Computing Trends to Watch in 2018
Some very good introductory material about TensorFlow
Codementor: Simple TensorFlow Examples
Source: Tips for Photographing Your First Hot Air Balloon Festival
The article also provides a useful link to hot air balloon festivals near you, that link is: http://www.hotairballoon.com/
Excellent article about some research at Northeastern University.
Similar location leaks also reported in a number of recent articles related to fitness trackers.
In 2011, Ken Rugg and I were having a number of conversations around CAP Theorem and after much discussion, we came up with the following succinct inequality. It was able to help us much better speak to the issue of what constituted “availability”, “partition tolerance”, and “consistency”. It also confirmed our suspicions that availability and partition tolerance were not simple binary attributes; Yes or No, but rather that they had shades of gray.
So here’s the write-up we prepared at that time.
Unfortunately, the six part blog post that we wrote (on parelastic.com) never made it in the transition to the new owners.
Now, that’s easy to say.
But, blockchain today is what docker was 18 months ago.
Startups got funded for doing “Docker for sandwiches”, or “Docker for underpants” (not really, but bloody close).
Talks were accepted at conferences because of the title “Docker, Docker, Docker, Docker, Docker” (really).
And today it is blockchain.
Google’s Project Fi international data service goes down.
One of the things I have come to realize is that it is not a good plan to depend on services provided by the likes of Google.
They work 99.9 or 99.95% of the time. And they work well. But depend on them for five 9’s, that’s dumb.