February 14, 2020
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What happens when women combine their love of sports with their love of technology? ESPN plans to find out this weekend, at the espnW Hack Day supporting its ESPN API and held on the Stanford University campus. And if you don't think women love sports or technology, you need to think again.
With computing becoming more distributed than ever, the performance of applications has become more dependent on predictable access to network bandwidth that, for the most part, is anything but. As part of an effort to make application performance across distributed networks more consistent, Push Technology this week released an upgrade to a data distribution platform that creates a data fabric that automatically removes of out-of-date or redundant data that no longer needs to be transmitted across a network.
International tech blog The Next Web's flagship conference is coming next week to Amsterdam. As part of the event, there will be a two day hackathon, which will bring 200 European developers together to build new, innovative apps out of SDKs and APIs. With partners like Blackberry, Amazon Web Services and the MailChimp API, it's a good chance to meet fellow devs and create something new and cool.