Jamie McGibbon holds a B.S. in Management Information Systems and currently works as a Digital Project Coordinator for a professional sports team. His areas of interest include technical project management, educational technology, web design and development, and computer programming. He enjoys sharing his love for technology with others via his blog and YouTube channel and can be found online at TechnicalCafe.com.
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Google recently announced version 1.0 of the Firebase Cloud Functions SDK, which includes several improvements over the previous beta version when it comes to implementing, debugging, and managing functions within an application.
Google recently announced several new tools and services that can be used to protect data stored on the Google Cloud Platform.
Amazon recently announced a new pricing model for its EC2 Spot Instance offering, which makes it easier to purchase spare AWS compute power with fewer service interruptions than before.
Google recently announced that the latest version of Firebase Crashlytics, the firm’s tool for reporting and managing app crashes, has been released from beta and has also been updated to include several new features.
In a recent post on the Google AdSense blog, Google announced AdSense Auto Ads, the firm’s latest AdSense offering that uses machine learning to determine the best type of ad and the best location for that ad to be displayed on a webpage.
In a recent post on the Google Cloud Platform blog, Google announced the beta availability of their new Cloud TPUs, which were designed to speed up various machine learning processes that use the TensorFlow framework.
In a recent post on the G Suite Updates blog, Google announced several new updates to it Hangouts Meet Room hardware lineup, including a new camera and a new combination speaker-microphone.
Amazon recently announced AWS Auto Scaling, a new service that enables admins to simultaneously configure scaling options for multiple AWS resources.
Google recently announced that Salesforce’s Sales Cloud will be integrated with Google Analytics 360, enabling businesses to better track and analyze customer data.
In a recent announcement, Google introduced Community Connectors to Data Studio, which is designed to make data collection, analysis, and visualization easier. What’s more is that users can also share their connectors with others.
In a recent post on the AWS blog, Amazon announced the latest version of its Linux offering, Amazon Linux 2.
Amazon has announced a new unified agent for their AWS CloudWatch monitoring service, making it easier for admins to log and view data.
In a recent press release, IBM announced its new Power Systems Servers and POWER9 processor, which can be useful when working with artificial intelligence and other compute-intensive applications.