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New DevOps Institute program
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 by Richard Harris
DevOps Institue, a global member-based association for advancing the human elements of DevOps, revealed the introduction of its DevOps Institute Ambassador program. The program invites and acknowledges accomplished volunteers from across the globe who are committed to leading and empowering the DevOps Institute member community with the SKIL Framework to advan...
NVIDIA teaching developers about the power of AI
Friday, November 3, 2017 by Richard Harris
NVIDIA has announced a broad expansion of its Deep Learning Institute (DLI), which is training tens of thousands of students, developers and data scientists with critical skills needed to apply artificial intelligence. “The world faces an acute shortage of data scientists and developers who are proficient in deep learning, and we’re focused on addressing that need,” sai...
Syncano makes it's dashboard open source
Monday, October 10, 2016 by Richard Harris
Syncano has open-sourced its Dashboard platform, so that more developers will be able to access the libraries and repositories to help them build apps faster. Up to now, Syncano’s Dashboard has been a private project. With the company’s release of the Dashboard on GitHub, a new repository has been created that allows contributions, pull requests, and issue requests...
GDC Game Developers Join Train Jam for 52 Hour Coding Journey from Chicago to San Francisco
Monday, March 2, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
What do you get when you take a collection of game developers, put them on a train in Chicago and send them to GDC in San Francisco? You get Train Jam, the brainchild of Adriel Wallick, an independent game developer most currently based in the Netherlands.Adriel came up with the idea of the Train Jam in 2013 when she traveled from Boston to Seattle via Amtrak’s Empire B...
Xamarin to Give Students Free Access to Xamarin Studio to Develop iOS and Android Apps
Monday, November 10, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Xamarin is reaching out to students and teachers in the higher education community with three new programs to access Xamarin products.For students, Xamarin is launching a new program that will allow students who are currently enrolled in a degree or diploma-granting course of study, to develop iOS apps and Android apps in C# using a free version of Xamarin Studio. Stude...