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Feeding People with an Intelligent Robot Arm Is Harder Than You Think

Feeding People with an Intelligent Robot Arm Is Harder Than You Think As an increasing number of people of previous generations get older, there will be many challenges to ensure that our aging and differently-abled populations will retain as much autonomy as possible. In particular, it’s estimated that over 1 million…
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Feeding People with an Intelligent Robot Arm Is Harder Than You Think

Feeding People with an Intelligent Robot Arm Is Harder Than You Think As an increasing number of people of previous generations get older, there will be many challenges to ensure that our aging and differently-abled populations will retain as much autonomy as possible. In particular, it’s estimated that over 1 million…
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Run Stateful Containerized Workloads with Rancher Kubernetes Engine and Portworx

Run Stateful Containerized Workloads with Rancher Kubernetes Engine and Portworx Rancher has built an installer, the Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE), that simplifies installing Kubernetes clusters in any environment. Based on my personal experience of using a variety of tools and managed services, I found RKE lightweight, fast, and a robust…
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Demo: Chaos Engineering Made Easy with ‘Gremlin Free’

Demo: Chaos Engineering Made Easy with ‘Gremlin Free’ The concept of chaos engineering emerged as a way to detect problem areas in your system before outages occur. Netflix created its variation of the concept in 2010 called Chaos Monkey to help ensure that any outages of instances running on Amazon…
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0-0x State of the Vuenion by the Creator of VueJS

State of the Vuenion by the Creator of VueJS Watch this talk by Evan You to learn about the state of the VueJS in 2019. EVENT: VueJS Amsterdam 2019 PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. View on YouTube

IT Spending: Top Down vs. Decentralized Decision Making

IT Spending: Top Down vs. Decentralized Decision Making IT departments continue their endless quest to gain control over enterprise technology decision-making. IT spending decisions are extremely centralized at 56 percent of organizations, especially as it pertains to infrastructure and operations. In contrast, only 9 percent of respondents say application development is…
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Aible: AI That Speaks Business

Aible: AI That Speaks Business Artificial intelligence can be highly accurate, yet still have your business leaving money on the table, according to Arijit Sengupta, founder and CEO of Aible, a just-launched San Francisco-based startup. In fact, he argues that the emphasis on accuracy rather than business impact is totally…
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Using VIM Abbreviations When Editing Perl

Using VIM Abbreviations When Editing Perl Save time when editing files by adding abbreviations to you ~/.vimrc file. If you use vim as your text editor there are many customizations that you can make in the .vimrc file created in your home directory. These include abbreviations or short text to…
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12-Factor App #1: Why Serverless Version Control Is Critical

12-Factor App #1: Why Serverless Version Control Is Critical Stackery sponsored this post. Toby Fee Toby is a community developer at Stackery. Her roles and experience combine working as a software engineer, writer and technology instructor, building interesting projects with emerging tools and sharing her findings with the world. Prior to…
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Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience

Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience Toby Coleridge, Vice President of Product at HiveIO Toby Coleridge is a technology executive and product leader with more than 15 years of experience building industry-leading cloud and virtualization products. He has a wide variety of experience in both global organizations…
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Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience

Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience Toby Coleridge, Vice President of Product at HiveIO Toby Coleridge is a technology executive and product leader with more than 15 years of experience building industry-leading cloud and virtualization products. He has a wide variety of experience in both global organizations…
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Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience

Develop a Forward-Thinking Interface to Streamline the User Experience Toby Coleridge, Vice President of Product at HiveIO Toby Coleridge is a technology executive and product leader with more than 15 years of experience building industry-leading cloud and virtualization products. He has a wide variety of experience in both global organizations…
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15 Best JavaScript Sliders of 2019

15 Best JavaScript Sliders of 2019 Sliders are very helpful when you are trying to fit a lot of content into little space. They can also make the whole webpage appear a lot more interesting with use of some basic animation effects. When used properly, sliders can improve the usability…
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Techtonic Group’s Heather Terenzio: ‘Genius Can Be Found Anywhere’

Techtonic Group’s Heather Terenzio: ‘Genius Can Be Found Anywhere’ In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we speak with Heather Terenzio, co-founder and CEO of  Boulder-based development outsourcing company Techtonic Group, which was named “2017 Innovative Company of the Year” by the Colorado Legislature for its unique, outsourced apprenticeship program. “Genius…
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5 Best Store Locator WordPress Plugins

5 Best Store Locator WordPress Plugins WordPress locator plugins are the perfect solution to provide a convenient way for your customers to find your nearest store and the shortest way to get there; especially if your business has multiple locations.  Customers may want intimate contact with a product before they…
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How Kubernetes Could Orchestrate Machine Learning Pipelines

How Kubernetes Could Orchestrate Machine Learning Pipelines This article is a post in a series on bringing continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) practices to machine learning. Check back to The New Stack for future installments. As a scalable orchestration platform, Kubernetes is proving a good match for machine learning deployment…
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0-0x Teaching CSS to JavaScripters

Teaching CSS to JavaScripters Some JavaScript professionals do not know CSS as well as they’d like to. In order to help them, PPK decided to write a book “CDD for JavaScripters”, where he will explain CSS in terms that JavaScripters will understand. But what are those terms? What kind of…
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5 Questions Database Admins Should Ask About Compliance Regulations

5 Questions Database Admins Should Ask About Compliance Regulations John Pocknell, senior solutions product marketing manager, Quest Software John Pocknell is a senior solutions product marketing manager at Quest Software. Based at the European headquarters in the U.K., John is responsible for developing and evangelizing solutions-based stories for Quest’s extensive…
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How Service Tiers Can Help to Avoid Microservices Disasters

How Service Tiers Can Help to Avoid Microservices Disasters New Relic sponsored this post. Bringing down an entire application is easy. All it takes is the failure of a single service and the entire set of services that make up the application can come crashing down like a house of…
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Code n00b: Tech Amoebas Awake!

Code n00b: Tech Amoebas Awake! When I first started out with programming, I struggled. It wasn’t the concepts, or the seemingly endless array of tools and platforms and libraries that needed to be learned. I had the aptitude, and maybe more importantly the liking, for the work. All of that…
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