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Swift 5.1 offers module stability for binary frameworks

Swift 5.1, an upgrade to Apple’s general-purpose language built as a replacement for C-based languages, introduces module stability. Module stability allows Swift developers to create binary frameworks that will work with future releases of the language.   Swift 5.1 introduces a new text-based module interface file that describes the API of a binary framework, allowing for …

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Swift for TensorFlow aims for high-performance machine learning

Google developers behind Swift for TensorFlow, which tunes the Apple-designed Swift programming language for machine learning applications, shared project roadmap information in a recent talk. Future plans for Swift for TensorFlow include capabilities such as C++ interoperability, improved automatic differentiation, and support for distributed training. Swift for TensorFlow is an early-stage, Google-led project that integrates Google’s …

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Ace Swift Marketing Offers Website Development and SEO Services – Press Release

This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire Kent, WA — (SBWIRE) — 04/16/2019 — Ace Swift Marketing is a reputable company offering marketing solutions to clients in the United States. The company has a group of marketers who are committed to driving web traffic, running social campaigns engaging audiences and adding unique content to …

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Acer Swift 5 and Swift 3 — Hefty Price on “World’s Lightest” (But Powerful) Laptops

Acer has just announced a host of new devices, including the Swift 5 and Swift 3 laptops, the bigger of them claimed as the lightest 15-inch notebook in the world. Acer Swift 2018 Models In addition to the Swift 5 and 3, Acer also announced what it calls the thinnest laptop in the world with the …

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Swift shifts in marketing spend aren’t enough to stem the Amazonian tide

After decades of trying to fill their brands’ proverbial leaky buckets — continually flooding them with new customers won through acquisition dollars instead of plugging the holes with retention spend — marketers are finally turning the tide. According to a recent Gartner survey of CMOs, marketing leaders are now allocating two-thirds of their budgets toward customer …

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Repositioning Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Brand Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is dead. Long live Taylor Swift. So much for shaking it off. After Taylor Swift’s initial foray into “official” pop, 2014’s earworm-infested “1989,” it seems the haters have triumphed, leading everyone’s favorite girl “on the bleachers” to embrace her inner mean girl. At least, that would be the pop psychology take. Many of …

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What Innovative Marketers Can Learn From Taylor Swift

For most marketers, the idea of strategically “going dark” on social media screams marketing faux pas. From irregular posting to unorganized content, a mismanaged marketing calendar is nothing but blatant disregard for best practices. And in today’s marketing industry, companies live and die based on the organizational quality of their content calendars. Yet, when it …

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Taylor Swift, Michael Jordan and Richard Branson Use This Competitive Strategy. Science Now Says It Totally Backfires

Michael Jordan and Muhammad Ali were legendary for it. Taylor Swift and Katy Perry do it to each other constantly. Richard Branson does it–and even most of the Fortune 500 CEOs do it, too: They trash talk their competitors and opponents, hoping to throw them off their game. But does it work? Actually, no, it …

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