September 15, 2020

Amazon Transcribe Now Supports Automatic Language Identification

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by Julien Simon | on 15 SEP 2020 | in Amazon Transcribe, Announcements, Artificial Intelligence | Permalink | |  Share In 2017, we launched Amazon Transcribe, an automatic speech recognition service that makes it easy for developers to add a speech-to-text capability to their applications. Since then, we added support for more languages, enabling customers globally to transcribe audio recordings in 31 languages, including 6 in real-time. A popular use case… Read More »Amazon Transcribe Now Supports Automatic Language Identification

New Aerospike Connect product line makes Aerospike Database 5 plug-compatible with enterprise-wide data stores

Aerospike Inc., the global leader in next-generation, real-time NoSQL data solutions, today announced upgrades and expansions to the Aerospike Connect product line, making Aerospike Database 5 even more plug-compatible with the enterprise data fabric that powers modern real-time data-driven applications. The Aerospike Connect product line integrates Aerospike Database 5 with popular open-source frameworks, including Apache Spark™, Kafka, Pulsar, and JMS™. These technologies drive modern data pipelines and processing, enabling organizations to use rich data… Read More »New Aerospike Connect product line makes Aerospike Database 5 plug-compatible with enterprise-wide data stores

SD Times news digest: Moment.js is in maintenance mode, .NET 5.0 RC 1 released, and Android GPU Inspector open beta

The Moment.js team has announced the project is now consider in maintenance mode. This means that the working group behind the project will not be adding any new features or capabilities and will not change Moment’s API to be immutable. “The modern web looks much different these days. Moment has evolved somewhat over the years, but it has essentially the same design as it did when it was created in… Read More »SD Times news digest: Moment.js is in maintenance mode, .NET 5.0 RC 1 released, and Android GPU Inspector open beta

Java 15 release with developer productivity enhancements

Java 15, the first Java release following the language’s 25th anniversary in May, is now generally available, with new features and capabilities as well as modernizations to existing code.  “For 25 years now we have been able to maintain Java’s virtues over time,” said Chad Arimura, VP of developer relations for the Java Platform Group at Oracle. “These virtues act as the North Star for Java to help guide everything… Read More »Java 15 release with developer productivity enhancements

As developers take on the torch for handling security, educational opportunities and metrics can keep the fire going

Security departments used to have the primary responsibility to ensure security goals, but as the pace of development has increased, organizations have shifted security left, which puts some of this responsibility on developers. Proper educational opportunities, a culture shift towards embracing security, and effective use of tooling where it actually counts are the primary ways to bring about this shift. After all, organizations that provide coaching and training to their… Read More »As developers take on the torch for handling security, educational opportunities and metrics can keep the fire going