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"PyOxidizer is capable of producing a single file executable – with a copy of Python and all its dependencies statically linked and all resources (like .pyc files) embedded in the executable. You can copy a single executable file to another machine and run a Python application contained within. It just works," he explains on the GitHub page for the tool. … [Read more...] about Programming language Python’s ‘existential threat’ is app distribution: Is this the answer?
“We have to tackle the problem a different way,” Air Force Lt. Gen. John N.T. Shanahan, director of defense intelligence for warfighter support, told Defense One. “We’re not going to solve it by throwing more people at the problem. That’s the last thing that we actually want to do. We want to be smarter about what we’re doing.” … [Read more...] about Pentagon reveals plans to use big data and machine learning in fight against ISIS
"We've already had a lot of interest from some of our biggest end users who are excited about the prospect of extending the system for their own specific use cases now that it is open source. We want Delta Lake to be the standard for storing big data. To this end, we have decided to open source it for the entire community to benefit. We are working on ways to solve more data quality problems that users face while dumping data into data lakes." … [Read more...] about A standard for storing big data? Apache Spark creators release open-source Delta Lake
Consistency and quality So that’s a little bit different. Big data is not social, but it’s a problem that a lot of businesses face. How do I even get these systems connected so I can even run my business? This rapid repeatable model for this particular business is pretty new. In the past, we’ve seen a lot of people try to wire things up with custom codes, or every thing is ad hoc. They’re able to stand up full IT systems in 30 minutes, every single time over and over again with a high level consistency and quality. … [Read more...] about Big data pushes enterprises to automated integrations, says panel