Weave your data fabric
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  HPE Developer HPE DEV         Monthly #45  
Weave your data fabric
Connecting all the data acquired to those who need it is a formidable task. This month we feature posts focused on building a data fabric architecture that supports the needs of developers and data scientists alike.

Remember, the HPE DEV Hack Shack is always open with lots to share. And we welcome your collaboration on the HPE DEV community portal, our HPE DEV and Grommet Slack channels, and blog.

The HPE DEV Team
Featured
On Demand Workshops
New HPE Ezmeral Workshops-on-Demand
Explore new HPE DEV Workshops-on-Demand including introductions to the HPE Ezmeral Container Platform REST API and Container Storage Interface.
Data Fabric
A data fabric enables a comprehensive data strategy
Learn how a data fabric enables you to make your data available to all who have rights to it, in the form they need it, no matter where the data resides.
Community
HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric
See the latest blog posts migrated from the MapR site (recently rebranded as HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric):
HPE DEV Workshops-on-Demand: A quick tutorial
As we add to our catalog of technology workshops, it’s important for you to know how they operate. Review this post for a quick reminder.
HPE firmware updates: Part 3 - The Redfish update service
In this final part of this series, delve into the standard Redfish update service, including its simple update and OEM extension actions.
Dark Mode Theming in Grommet: Adding dark and light theme modes
In part 2 of this series, develop an app with some basic UI components with a control for toggling the interface between light and dark modes.
Project Golang SDK: A valuable lesson in doing
Using an SDK project to learn more about Golang, a developer shares not only his experience, but also some valuable lessons about SDKs and the Golang language.
Functional programming can make software more reliable. Here's how.
Functional programming is great for in-demand tasks such as data analysis and machine learning. Learn the basic principles so you can use them to your advantage when appropriate.
Events
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HPE DEV Hack Shack
Take advantage of our virtual Hack Shack between events to keep connected, learn, and have some fun. We’re always open, so come on in.
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