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Python 3.9 released

Version 3.9 of the Python programming language has been released. The changelog, “What’s New in Python 3.9” document, and our recent article have lots more information on the release. “Maintenance releases for the 3.9 series will follow at … Continue Reading — Python 3.9 released

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Amazon AppFlow supports new options for schedule triggered flows

Amazon AppFlow, a fully managed integration service that enables customers to securely transfer data between AWS services and cloud applications, now allows you to select additional time-stamp fields as the criteria for determining incremental data in… Continue Reading — Amazon AppFlow supports new options for...

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Amazon AppFlow supports new options for updating records

Amazon AppFlow, a fully managed integration service that enables customers to securely transfer data between AWS services and cloud applications, now supports the option of upserting records in destinations, in addition to already supported option of i… Continue Reading — Amazon AppFlow supports new options...

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[$] Getting KDE onto commercial hardware

At Akademy 2020, the annual KDE conference that was held virtually this year, KDE developer Nate Graham delivered a talk entitled “Visions of the Future” (YouTube video) about the possible future of KDE on commercial products. Subtitled “Plasma … Continue Reading — [$] Getting KDE...

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