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Yahoo open sources its big data-supported search tech

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Months after being acquired by Verizon, Yahoo has decided to open source its big data processing and serving engine called Vespa. The technology was...

Yahoo combines TensorFlow with Spark to offer deep learning on big...

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Yahoo is in a move to bring distributed Google's deep learning innovation to the market of big data clusters through its open source framework...

Yahoo open sources its continuous delivery system Screwdriver

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Yahoo has released the open source version of its build system. Called Screwdriver, the latest offering is designed to enable continuous delivery to production...

IT Pays To Be a Linux Expert

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The IT industry is expected to hire many more Linux professionals this year, and to take extra measures to retain Linux talent within organisations....

Open Source India: A Celebration of True Sprit of Open Source

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There is no denying the fact that knowledge sharing is the true essence of the open source movement. However, knowledge seekers in this domain...

The Next Y2K — Are We Ready for a Web Without...

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Yes, we've have done it again -- brought the world to the brink of another disaster, because we've failed to foresee the exponential growth...

Exploring Software: Extending J2EE Applications Using Grails

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We look at how J2EE users can benefit from agile development methodologies by using Grails to maximise the returns from their middleware layer. Exploring Grails...

Open Source Jobs, Open to Freshers at Nagarro

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Nagarro is an outsourcing company that specialises in high-quality business-critical software, and is known for its extensive use of open source solutions. Nagarro is...

‘Hundreds Working on Open Source Projects at Yahoo!, and We’ll Continue...

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Yahoo! is a brand associated with open source, particularly for its contributions to the open source community. LINUX For You caught up with Hari...

Yahoo! GYachI is Here

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If you are hooked to Yahoo! Messenger because of some of its cool and core features, but also want to keep your hands off Windows, take a look at GYachI.