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Bridgecrew, the cloud security company, today announced the launch of Smart Fixes, which work as fix suggestions for IaC policy violations sourced directly from code. Bridgecrew's Smart Fixes work by automatically tracking code changes that fixed a policy violation and if the same code change is used frequently, Smart Fixes will suggest that change for … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Bridgecrew launches Smart Fixes; GrapeCity releases ComponentOne 2021 v3; BellSoft presents Liberica Administration Center appeared first on SD Times.
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How does Image Recognition Works? The brain consists of neurons and weights connecting between them. Machine learning Algorithms follow the same design of brain structure as it has neurons in the so-called layer and weights connecting between them that are updated according to a specific loss function. Different […] The post Image Recognition in Python based on Machine Learning - Example & Explanation for Image Classification Model first appeared on ASPER BROTHERS.
Criticism is easy. It seems like everybody has an opinion, but, as the author Harlan Ellison points out, "You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion." To become informed, though, requires exploration. Design critiques are an important part of any product exploration. A design critique — where the creator discusses and explains the creation with the rest of the team and/or client — is not about badgering the designer or pushing them to justify every decision they made. That's just criticism. A good design critique is meant to explore the design, find where it is working and where it could be improved. If done well, design critiques allow everyone on the team to feel as if they have been heard and allow clients to give valuable feedback.The post Creativity Under The Microscope: Running A UI Design Critique appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Latest PECL Releases:nsq 3.4.1 * fix url add connect time out pcov 1.0.5 - Fix #19 fault in 7.2 caused by modification of filename pointer mongodb 1.5.5 ** Bug * [PHPC-1393] - Free server description before returning from sharded cluster check pecl_http 3.2.1 * Fixed gh-issue #88: Unable to run test suite (Remi Collet) * Fixed gh-issue #86: test failure with curl 7.64 * Fixed gh-issue #85: [-Wformat-extra-args] build warnings * Fixed gh-issue #84: segfault and build failure since curl 7.62 * Fixed gh-issue #82: Test harness improvements (Chris Wright) * Fixed gh-issue #64: compress and connecttimeout interfere with low_speed_limit (@rcanavan) * Fixed httpQueryString::getGlobalInstance() * Fixed missing 2nd reflection argument info of httpClient::notify() * Fixed PHP-7.4 compatibility datadog_trace 0.27.2 ### Changed - Valgrind configuration to perform more thorough memory consistency verification #472 Fixed Memory leak detected in tests #472 datadog_trace 0.27.1 ### Fixed - Memory leak when garbage collecting span stacks #469 hprose 1.6.8 Fixed for PHP 7.4. hprose 1.6.7 Fixed hprose on PHP 7.3. Fixed array serialize. event 2.5.2 Fixed the value of EINPROGRESS constant in WIN32 parallel 1.1.1 - Fix #60 copying refcounted internals may lead to deadlocks
Latest PECL Releases:swoole 4.4.12 New API Runtime::getHookFlags (#2915) (@limingxinleo) Enhancement Support Websocket Compression on client-side (#2937) (@twose) Support compress websocket message by frame (#2937) (@twose) Optimized the detect logical of shortname (#2935) (@sy-records) Better compression handler (Gzip and Brotli) (#2928) (@twose) Reduce memory copy (#2893) (7fc93504) (@hantaohuang) (@twose) Accepted connection will inherit the options of server (#2898) (@twose) CoroutineHttpServer support HTTP2 protocol now (5479dbc4) (@matyhtf) Automatically add Content-Type header when use sendfile (4e62bc52) (@matyhtf) Compatibility with Zend preloader (Special thanks to PHP team) (#2899) (@twose) Implement RFC-7692 (#2906) (@matyhtf) Support PHP error control operators (#2916) (@twose) Support socket_send_timeout option for sync client (#2919) (@matyhtf) Support NPN (#2900) (@matyhtf) Improve HTTP proxy handshake request (#2922) (@twose) Fixed Fixed AIO task num overflow (7038bdc1) (@twose) Fixed gdbinit, support get backtrace info of current stack (bd033e56) (@twose) Fixed Websocket Compression (ca818657) (@matyhtf) Fixed compilation failure caused BrotliDecoder (#2925) (@twose) Fixed memory error caused by compressing big data (#2928) (@twose) Fixed #2890 (start a ProcessPool without onWorkerStart event) (#2892) (@twose) Fixed the bug that close the connection in non-current worker (#2891) (@matyhtf) Fixed memory error of create socket failure (2948f10a) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing ssl_host_name of HTTPS proxy (#2904) (@twose) Fixed CID-1466865 (#2923) (@tutanhamon) scoutapm 1.0.0 - More documentation into README.md (#38) - Better text matrix introduced, including PHP 7.4 tests (#40) - Improved argument handling for functions like `curl_exec`, `fwrite`, `fread`, `PDOStatement->execute` (#42, #43) - Bug fixes for #41 and #29 to help prevent bad configuration of overwritten functions (#44) mysqlnd_azure 1.0.1 - A PHP extension implemented using mysqlnd plugin API which provides redirection feature support. redis 5.1.0 This release contains important bugfixes and improvements. phpredis 5.1.0 Allow to specify scheme for session handler [53a8bcc7] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) phpredis 5.1.0RC2 Fix missing null byte in PHP_MINFO_FUNCTION [8bc2240c] (Remi Collet) Remove dead code generic_unsubscribe_cmd [8ee4abbc] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add documentation for zpopmin and zpopmax [99ec24b3, 4ab1f940] (@alexander-schranz) phpredis 5.1.0RC1 Fix regression for multihost_distribute_call added in 112c77e3 [fbe0f804] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix regression for conntecting to unix sockets with relative path added in 1f41da64 [17b139d8, 7ef17ce1] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix unix-socket detection logic broken in 418428fa [a080b73f] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix memory leak and bug with getLastError for redis_mbulk_reply_assoc and redis_mbulk_reply_zipped. [7f42d628, 3a622a07] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko), (Michael Grunder) Fix bug with password contain "#" for redis_session [2bb08680] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Add optional support for Zstd compression, using --enable-redis-ztsd. This requires libzstd version >= 1.3.0 [2abc61da] (Remi Collet) Fix overallocation in RedisCluster directed node commands [cf93649] (Michael Grunder) Also attach slaves when caching cluster slots [0d6d3fdd, b114fc26] (Michael Grunder) Use zend_register_persistent_resource_ex for connection pooling [fdada7ae, 7c6c43a6] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Refactor redis_session [91a8e734, 978c3074] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Documentation improvements (@Steveb-p, @tangix, @ljack-adista, @jdreesen, Michael Grunder) xdebug 2.8.0 Thu, Oct 31, 2019 - xdebug 2.8.0 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1665: Segfault with garbage collection and complex function arguments Fixed issue #1699: Crash during debugging Phalcon project Fixed issue #1705: Crash while debugging with ionCube being used Fixed issue #1708: Crash on evaluating object with properties Fixed issue #1709: Wrong data type breaks tests on Big Endian build Fixed issue #1713: INIT_FCALL is not overloaded in code coverage swoole 4.4.10 Enhancement --- + Refactor compression handler (Gzip and Brotli) (#2928) (@twose) Fixed Fixed compilation failure caused BrotliDecoder (#2925) (@twose) Fixed memory error caused by compressing big data (#2928) (@twose) swoole 4.4.9 New API --- + Runtime::getHookFlags (#2915) (@limingxinleo) Enhancement Reduce memory copy (#2893) (7fc93504) (@hantaohuang) (@twose) Accepted connection will inherit the options of server (#2898) (@twose) CoroutineHttpServer support HTTP2 protocol now (5479dbc4) (@matyhtf) Automatically add Content-Type header when use sendfile (4e62bc52) (@matyhtf) Compatibility with Zend preloader (Special thanks the PHP team) (#2899) (@twose) Implement RFC-7692 (#2906) (@matyhtf) Support PHP error control operators (#2916) (@twose) Support socket_send_timeout option for sync client (#2919) (@matyhtf) Support NPN (#2900) (@matyhtf) Improve HTTP proxy handshake request (#2922) (@twose) Fixed Fixed #2890 (start a ProcessPool without onWorkerStart event) (#2892) (@twose) Fixed the bug that close the connection in non-current worker (#2891) (@matyhtf) Fixed memory error of create socket failure (2948f10a) (@matyhtf) Fixed missing ssl_host_name of HTTPS proxy (#2904) (@twose) Fixed CID-1466865 (#2923) (@tutanhamon) datadog_trace 0.34.0 ### Added Yii 2 support #624, #630 Enable tracing when no autoloaders used by setting DD_TRACE_NO_AUTOLOADER=true #627 Safe to-string conversion for all datatypes on DDTraceSpanData #613 Changed Improve dd-doctor with and container tagging detector when open_basedir is set #629
In Hyva to work with the sectionData is a lot simpler and easy to understand as compared to Magento. In this blog we will learn how to work with sectionData in Hyva. Note: – We use the terms “private section data”, “section data”, “private data” and “private content” interchangeably. Important : – In hyva it [...]
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