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OfficeJS Iodide: Ubiquitous Data Science Notebooks for Business and Education

Iodide and Pyodide have brought a standard notebook application to OfficeJS that can be used for business reporting, research and education. They support data science libraries such as NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, Plotly, etc. and soon scikit-learn. OfficeJS Iodide notebooks can be used offline or online on any modern HTML5 web browser such as Firefox or Chrome. Thanks to JIO, notebooks can be synchronised with Dropbox, WebDAV, ERP5 and any other storage supported by a JIO plugin. Iodide notebooks can also be embedded through RenderJS into any business application. The dream of ubiquitous data sciences at no infrastructure cost has come to a reality.
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High Peformance Multi-core Python at Nexedi

Nexedi has been able to use python language in a multi-core high performance fashion for over 10 years. We explain how in this blog and provide a simple set of rules to quickly remember how and why python is suitable for concurrent programming. We also explain our decision to use golang in rare cases where python is not suitable.
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OfficeJS App Developer Contest

The landing page of OfficeJS App Developer Contest.
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Mynij IT: Gandi, Online, SlapOS and ERP5, that's all!

A step by step guide that demonstrates how a small company can autonomously run its own IT infrastructure with SlapOS and ERP5 at virtually no cost and with little effort, and implement the latest cloud approach: edge cloud.
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Wendelin: early prototype of a Pandas-based Inventory API

The Inventory API is one of the areas of ERP5 that demands the most processing power to do calculations over all the client's stock movements. We created a Wendelin prototype to see if we could expand the capacities of the Inventory API using Pandas.
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RenderJS: Serverless WebRTC database using Chrome Http WebSocket Server

One of our projects required to come up with a web-based solution that enabled clients to access their local database without proper internet access. The solution we came up with was to use WebRTC brokered over a WebSocket Chrome Extension running on the master node. Using this approach, clients could request WebRTC connections via WebSockets (serverless) and then interact with the database over WebRTC - probably creating the first WebRTC database along the way.
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GrandeNet - The Internet on Steroids

GrandeNet can be used to optimize connectivity between computers distributed around the world by creating a mesh network which can be even faster them the Internet itself.
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Nayu OS - Using Chromebooks without Google proprietary software and services

NayuOS is a Free and Open Source operating system, designed for developers. It is based on Chromium OS and is intended to run on Chromebook devices.
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Improving your business website reliability in China with Grandenet and Cedexis

The combination of Grandenet and Cedexis can improve the reliability of web sites or business applications in China by achieving low latency, high resiliency and good performance at reasonable cost.
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ERP5: Website Relaunch

Today we launched our new ERP5 website (www.erp5.com) using our new simplicity theme for a more polished, responsive and up-to-date look.
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n-Order Re6st - Achieving Resiliency and Scaliblity

The blog post shows how to scale resiliency without breaking re6st principles using an n-order mesh based on route propagation between randomly selected nodes.
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Wendelin: core version 0.5 upgrade and performance tests

Wendelin Core was upgraded to version 0.5 adding support for two different formats of data storage. We compare their performance against MariaDB and look ahead.
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Wendelin: new 0.4 alpha announced

Wendelin has just announced the new 0.4 alpha release. This release focuses on reducing installation time for Debian 8.1 (64bit) while also fixing a number of performance bugs and providing a fully functional development instance able to run live tests and allowing anyone to develop on top of Wendelin. This post also introduces the Wendelin research project, technical stack and provides a short tutorial on how to get started using Wendelin.
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ERP5: Open Source ERP Optimized for Thuraya IP

For an ongoing project we were required to run ERP5 on remote locations in China with no reliable internet access. We gave Thuraya a try, which provides internet access using their satellite broadband terminals and used a RenderJS-based HTML5 offline-capable ERP5 interface which stores and synchronizes data using jIO and runs on NayuOS ensuring a minimum of data being sent up- and downstream.
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OfficeJS: Nexedi releases HTML5 Jabber Client

Nexedi is a member of the Open PaaS research project aiming to develop an open-source alternative to Google Docs and other similar cloud-based solutions for communication and collaboration. As part of Open PAAS Nexedi has just released a new version of our XMPP Jabber Client on Officejs.com adding offline contact chat history availability and improved error handling.
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RINA: Creating a RINA Testing Environment in SlapOS

Nexedi is a member of the "Pristine" project whose objective is to develop a software kit for next generation networking based on RINA. This blog post and tutorial will give an overview over RINA , Pristine and Nexedi's role in the project as well as demonstrating how to setup RINA on a number of SlapOS virtual machines.
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Nexedi: Website Relaunch

Today we launched our new Nexedi website (www.nexedi.com) - the first site done with our new "simplicity" theme. Other websites will follow soon and give Nexedi a more polished, responsive and up-to-date look.
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NEO: new release 1.4 announced

NEO announce the release of NEO 1.4, which is published on pypi as "neoppod". With improved "importer", added support for TokuDB, new configuration options and a variety of bugfixes.
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re6stnet: ipv6 used in cloud in production since 2012

This blog post is about re6stnet, our open source network which solves the address space shortage problem by providing IPv6 on top of existing IPv4. Re6stnet is in production at Nexedi since 2012.
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Modern Web 101: from Free Software Fetishism to Free Web

A step by step approach to learn the modern Web
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