Martin Heller

Contributing Editor

Martin Heller is a contributing editor and reviewer for InfoWorld. Formerly a web and Windows programming consultant, he developed databases, software, and websites from his office in Andover, Massachusetts, from 1986 to 2010. More recently, he has served as VP of technology and education at Alpha Software and chairman and CEO at Tubifi. Disclosure: He also writes for Hewlett-Packard's TechBeacon marketing website.

Review: The 10 best JavaScript editors

Review: Tableau takes self-service BI to new heights

Review: Tableau takes self-service BI to new heights

Tableau strengthens its case with cross-database joins, browser-based authoring, and geo-analysis improvements

Review: The 6 best JavaScript IDEs

Review: The 6 best JavaScript IDEs

WebStorm, Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio Code, NetBeans, Komodo, and Eclipse pull out the stops for JavaScript, Node.js, and friends

Strategy first: How to do mobile dev right

Strategy first: How to do mobile dev right

Build platforms, back-end services, native vs. web—to launch the right mobile development strategy, you must make sense of several moving parts

Tap the power of Google's Go language

Tap the power of Google's Go language

Learn the key concepts to programming in Go, a concise, simple, safe, and fast compiled language with powerful concurrency features

Review: Amazon QuickSight covers the BI basics

Review: Amazon QuickSight covers the BI basics

A promising data analysis tool in the cloud, QuickSight is easy to use but limited in terms of visualization types

Review: Visual Studio 2017 is the best ever

Review: Visual Studio 2017 is the best ever

Visual Studio 2017 is not only smaller and faster, but armed for many more use cases than previous versions

Get started with functional programming and F#

Get started with functional programming and F#

Working with functional programming requires a shift in your thinking, but has benefits in productivity for programmer and maintainer alike

The best Go language IDEs and editors

The best Go language IDEs and editors

Among dozens of options for developing Go programs, Gogland, Visual Studio Code, and Cloud9 rise to the top

What deep learning really means

What deep learning really means

GPUs in the cloud put the predictive power of deep neural networks within reach of every developer

Review: The best frameworks for machine learning and deep learning

Review: The best frameworks for machine learning and deep learning

TensorFlow, Spark MLlib, Scikit-learn, MXNet, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, and Caffe do the math

Review: Scikit-learn shines for simpler machine learning

Review: Scikit-learn shines for simpler machine learning

Well-tended Python framework offers wide selection of robust algorithms, but no deep learning

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