This is a new series that surveys popular streaming services from a Linux perspective. To start the series, I’m looking at Amazon Music Unlimited. This is a music subscription service with a catalogue of around 90 million songs. The service offers a wide-ranging song catalogue and bundles in lossless and hi-res tracks in the standard […]Read More
If you’re an Apple Music subscriber wanting to use the service on Linux, you have to check out Cider. Cider (inspired name, eh?) is an “open-source, community-oriented Apple Music client” for Windows, macOS (not that they need it), an…Read More
Listen to TIDAL on your Linux desktop thanks to this Electron-based desktop TIDAL client that integrates the official web player into the desktop.
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High-profile tech companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, Uber, and others proved the business case for combining Kafka, streaming data, data pipelines, and business analytics. In 2015, using Kafka event-streaming was still a new approach to computing that made it easier to “ingest” large volumes of data from data lakes. That allowed customers to blend enterprise applications with the cloud’s […]
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