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Amazon dumped a pile of updates on us today, so we have a few highlights. First, AWS Elastic Beanstalk now has managed platform updates. Amazon Cognito adds user pools to their offering. AWS Device Farm updates so that you now get remote access to devices for interactive testing. There are a bunch of other updates for Amazon AWS and their associated tools, so check out all of their news.

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Today we start with some local flavor. Ebay Enterprise, located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, merges with Innotrac to become Radial. Like many local software developers, I also spent part of my career at what used to be GSI Commerce. Google Research tells us about how they are helping webmasters re-secure their websites. The strangest thing about this is that I did not realize that people really used the term “webmaster” anymore.

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There was not a lot of news, but there are plenty of good articles to read. First, we get a few security articles about the same-site cookie attribute. Both chloe and Sjoerd Langkemper talk about how same-site can prevent CSRF. On Flowing Data, we get a visualization that shows how much better Stephen Curry was than anyone else. I am not a huge basketball fan, but this is one visualization that makes the differences clear.

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Google leads our day with a post on Google Cloud Platform about the release of the consumer surveys API. It is an interesting little feature that could help a lot of companies. KD Nuggets gives us a few excellent posts as well. First, they give us 12 inspiring women in data science. Obviously, there are probably some terrible omissions, but it is still a good list. Another good post is about how to grow your own data scientists. This will be important for a lot of people who are not able to hire new employees.

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Google Research starts us off with the announcement of a distributed version of TensorFlow. Neo4j follows with two interesting posts. First, they analyze the Panama papers. This gives us some fascinating visualizations of the groups involved. Second they use a specialized ETL for their graph DB to analyze citizen data. This is more interesting because they detail the process they went through to be able to set up the relationships properly. There are several other excellent articles today as well, so please take some time for your geek reading!

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Startups, Career and Process

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AI, Machine Learning, Research and Advanced Algorithms

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Infrastructure, Operations and DevOps

Security, Encryption and Cryptography

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