Microsoft leads our news today. TechCrunch reports on Microsoft bringing the bash shell to Windows 10. When I first heard this, I was beyond excited. A good unix shell on Windows has been needed for decades. Kubernetes has an ongoing series of posts about their new release, with today’s installment being about new multi-zone clusters. I […]

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Today we start with a huge list of data mining, data science and machine learning blogs from KD Nuggets. There are a lot of good sources, some of which I already share, so if you are interested in those topics definitely take a look. On FastML, we get an excellent post on Bayesian Machine Learning. […]

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Citusdata starts our day with their announcement about “unforking” from PostgreSQL. They have been doing some very interesting work, so getting their technology back into the fold will be a good thing in the long term. On the Google Developers Blog, they talk about the Google API Console. This is just one step closer to […]

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My apologies to those of you that expect a new post every weekday. I took a day off from work and the internet 🙂 While I am sure I missed a bit of news over the weekend, I still have a good list of articles for you today. First, Docker announced the beta of clients […]

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Google Cloud Platform leads our day with a few announcements. First, they announced the availability of Cloud Machine Learning. I have not looked deeply into the details, but this is a very interesting idea and is yet another shot at Amazon. They also released Stackdriver, unified monitoring and logging for Google Cloud Platform and AWS. […]

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