Source: O\’Reilly Radar What defines a known open source vulnerability? Understanding known vulnerabilities in open source packages. Introduction Open source software—the code of which is publicly available to scrutinize and typically free to use—is awesome. As consumers, it spares us the need to reinvent the wheel, […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar Square off: Machine learning libraries Top five characteristics to consider when deciding which library to use. Choosing a machine learning (ML) library to solve predictive use cases is easier said than done. There are many to choose from, and each have their own niche and […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar Four short links: 16 January 2018 Forgetful Google, Machine Comprehension, Music from Space-Filling Curves, and Reading Papers Google Is Losing Its Memory (Tim Bray) — I’ve also found Google is losing its effectiveness in finding arcane subjects. And woe betide the knowledge seeker whose topic is […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar Four short links: 15 January 2018 Computational vs. Inferential Science, Cost of AI Policy Solutions, Google Brain in 2017, and Lego Worms On Computational Thinking, Inferential Thinking, and Data Science — That classical perspectives from these fields are not adequate to address emerging problems in data […]

Source: HubSpot Marketing 15 Web Design Trends to Watch in 2018 What Are Current Website Trends? Bold Typography Cinemagraphs Brutalism Saturated Gradients Vivid Layers of Color Text-Only Illustration Ultra-Minimalism Duotone Mixing Horizontal and Vertical Text Geometric Shapes and Patterns Serif Fonts Overlapping Text and Images Organic Shapes Hand-Drawn Fonts The […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar Engineering well-rounded technology leaders From developers to CTOs, everyone has a role to play in shaping their own transformation. One of the greatest drivers of professional development is learning through doing. 2018 marks the fourth year of O’Reilly’s Software Architecture Conference, a software engineering event focused on […]