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Many websites and mobile apps use Google Analytics to measure and analyze the behavior of visitors on their platforms. GA4 is the newest version of Google Analytics. It provides a number of new capabilities, such as an export to BigQuery (BQ) that’s available to all GA users, and a way to stream data to BQ …

Without a central place to manage models, those responsible for operationalizing ML models have no way of knowing the overall status of trained models and data. This lack of manageability can impact the review and release process of models into production, which often requires offline reviews with many stakeholders. Earlier this week we announced Vertex …

The uniqueness of each organization in the enterprise IT space creates interesting challenges in how they need to handle alerts. With many commercial tools in the IT Service Management (ITSM) market, and lots of custom internal tools, we equip teams with tools that are both flexible and powerful. This post is for Google Cloud customers …

The mistakes of novice programmers, those who are just learning or just starting to work, are very similar to each other. Many of them can be called not mistakes, but behavioral features, stages all beginners go through. We as Java course creators are interested in this topic, so we interviewed opinion leaders and collected the …

Racket is a great way to learn a language from the Scheme and Lisp families. I am a big advocate of learning multiple programming languages. That’s mostly because I tend to get bored with the languages I use the most. It also teaches me new and interesting ways to approach programming. Writing the same program …

The emergence of voice-controlled devices like Siri, Amazon Echo, and Google Home have simplified tasks that previously required a keyboard. But we’ve only just begun to inhabit a world filled with devices that we control in different ways, one where we can accomplish more by what we say than what we can do. Serenade aims to tackle …