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Insiders on the Fuchsia team, a new OS that Google is keeping under wraps, have leaked some interesting hints as to what and why it is all about. The one fact here is that there is no official word from Google.
Apache Phoenix 5.0 has been released. This is a major version upgrade to bring the compatibility for HBase to 2.0+, and to support Apache Hadoop 3.0.
Author: Josh Lockhart
Audience: Developers with experience of PHP
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong
PHP, a modern language? Yes it is now but how do you convert from using it as a simple scripting language to something more modern?
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