New – GPU-Powered Amazon Graphics WorkSpaces

As you can probably tell from my I Love My Amazon WorkSpace post I am kind of a fan-boy!
Since writing that post I have found out that I am not alone, and that there are many other WorkSpaces fan-boys and fan-girls out there. Many AWS customers are enjoying their fully managed, secure desktop computing environments almost as much as I am. From their perspective as users, they like to be able to access their WorkSpace from a multitude of supported devices including Windows and Mac computers, PCoIP Zero Clients, Chromebooks, iPads, Fire tablets, and Android tablets. As administrators, they appreciate the ability to deploy high-quality cloud desktops for any number of users. And, finally, as business leaders they like the ability to pay hourly or monthly for the WorkSpaces that they launch.
New Graphics Bundle These fans already have access to several different hardware choices: the Value, Standard, and


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Visual Studio Code for Chromebooks and Raspberry Pi

Please read this carefully (here be dragons!).
These are automated builds of the open-source edition of Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code.
The latest code is pulled on a nightly basis from Microsoft’s official repository. If there are updates, the code is built, tested, packaged and deployed. The key feature here is support not only
for Intel, but ARM processors, and so these builds can run on a wider variety of systems.
As this project is at a very early stage, and the builds are made nightly, the software should be considered unstable for now. The disclaimer at the bottom of this page covers your use of the scripts and instructions below, and any and all of the packages they reference.
These scripts probably require super-user access to the system in order to, among other things, add the package source to your system and install software, depending on your current user access rights. It is bad practice


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Insight for GitHub and GitLab

If you are learning about GitSense for the first time, you can think of it, as a supercharger for GitHub and GitLab. 
And with it, you can do all of the following, without ever having to leave your favorite Git hosting solution.
Search for code, commits and diffs on any branch, from any repo, and in any combination.
Analyze code changes on any branch, from any repo, and in any combination.

In a nutshell, GitSense provides always relevant search and analytics. 
And it does this through a Chrome extension, which we call GitSense Insight, which lets us integrate directly on top of GitHub and GitLab. 

The source for GitSense Insight is freely available under the MIT License and can be
installed manually or
through the Chrome webstore. 

Why should you use GitSense Insight?

Without exaggerating, it significantly improves search and code change analytics in GitHub and GitLab, and here’s how:
Seamless Code, Commits, and Diffs Search
Enhanced Search Capability
Group/Organizations


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Healthcare, retail industries give blockchain a try

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services hopes to put a new technology to use in its ongoing effort to improve the health and well-being of Americans. The technology in question isn’t something one might expect to see in the healthcare IT toolkit; rather, it’s blockchain, the technology that underpins cryptocurrency and has primarily been associated with bitcoin. HHS sees blockchain as a potential salve for ills that plague the increasingly complex world of digital health records.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story)


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