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Why Antivirus for Servers is Overrated

Why Antivirus for Servers is Overrated

Some servers need antivirus, but many don't. In fact, antivirus solutions may actually affect the performance and stability of your server. Here’s a guide to help you figure it all out.

Tutorial: Modern Spark DataFrame and Dataset

In this intermediate-level tutorial, I'll address the question of which Apache Spark APIs to use, with a series of brief technical explanations and demos that highlight best practices, latest APIs, and new features in Spark 2.0.

4 Reasons to Consider Classroom or Live Virtual IT Training

When you're just starting out in the world of software development, it can be tempting to rely exclusively on self teach methods. After all, there are a number of great resources available to you. From code.org to Code Academy and Stack Overflow - seeking answers to your technology questions and educating yourself about the development language you're using is simpler than it has ever been. But are these efforts enough to land you a career in software development? Or to help you become a better IT professional?

Hello, Brillo

Overview of the Brillo (and Weave) stack, including an overview of the features provided by Google and how it compares to its parent system&mdsah;Android. Recorded at DevFest MN 2016.

Building Microservices with Spring Cloud

Spring Developer Advocate, Josh Long, unravels Microservices and will introduce you to the Spring Cloud project to support cloud-scale and cloud-ready microservices in this presentation from the SF Java User Group.

Angular Tutorial using REST APIs for Beginners

This is an AngularJS tutorial to show how to create a web application using Rest API integration. In this web application tutorial you'll learn how to create an AngularJS app. The full Angular source code is provided at the end of the tutorial.

Why the Mainframe is Still Relevant: 4 Reasons to Get COBOL Education

s Client Server Technologies surged in the mid 90's, the mainframe was predicted to be dead at or near the turn of the century. The debate still carries on throughout the world of IT. That debate has two sides. On one side are those who believe that the mainframe is obsolete and enterprise organizations are running into massive handicaps and maintenance drag with their legacy systems. On the other hand, the supporters claim that enterprise companies and government organizations are so reliant on these systems that it will be a long time if ever before they'll stop using them. Who is right? Both, perhaps.

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