Author: justinsmorgan

Cloud Foundry’s CTO on What Partnerships Mean Today for Open Source

Cloud Foundry’s CTO on What Partnerships Mean Today for Open Source Cloud Foundry sponsored this podcast. “Building bridges” and forging partnerships,” at face value, might seem like marketing speak. But put into context, these concepts can mean a lot. To wit, during a podcast hosted by The New Stack’s Joab…
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How to Bring Legacy Systems to DevOps Speed

How to Bring Legacy Systems to DevOps Speed Find a platform that gives you both a solid workhorse and speedy thoroughbred. The promise of DevOps — faster delivery of core functionalities online, better teamwork, speedier resolution of issues — is real. The only caveat: DevOps must be applied systematically, so…
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Decrease the Costs and Risks of Managing Open Source Languages

Decrease the Costs and Risks of Managing Open Source Languages As the adoption of open source languages increases, the challenges of deploying, managing and updating them is exploding. Keeping programming languages up-to-date, free from vulnerabilities and threats while also developing new software that integrates with legacy and polyglot tech stacks…
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A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams

A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams We’ve said it time and again — modern systems are complex. Now, it’s up for debate if Conway’s Law — where the technical systems’ design reflects the culture and communication of an organization — is desired or not, but there’s no…
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A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams

A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams We’ve said it time and again — modern systems are complex. Now, it’s up for debate if Conway’s Law — where the technical systems’ design reflects the culture and communication of an organization — is desired or not, but there’s no…
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A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams

A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams We’ve said it time and again — modern systems are complex. Now, it’s up for debate if Conway’s Law — where the technical systems’ design reflects the culture and communication of an organization — is desired or not, but there’s no…
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0-0x Future JavaScript: What Is Still Missing

Future JavaScript: What Is Still Missing In recent years, JavaScript has grown considerably in size. In this talk, we’ll explore what features are still missing and what features may not be needed. EVENT: JS Kongress 2019 SPEAKER: Dr. Axel Rauschmayer PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution…
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GitLab CEO Explains the Hypercloud Threat to Open Source Companies

GitLab CEO Explains the Hypercloud Threat to Open Source Companies GitLab sponsored this post. GitLab exemplifies, in many ways, what is possible in the open source world. Created from scratch with the goal of solving a problem — in this case, how to offer developers a collaborative software platform; GitLab…
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Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence

Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence Deep learning has become almost synonymous with machine learning and that is no surprise given its effectiveness and adaptability. Deep learning models are being used to detect cancer, make autonomous driving possible, translate texts, predict maintenance needs, assist with drug discovery and…
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Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence

Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence Deep learning has become almost synonymous with machine learning and that is no surprise given its effectiveness and adaptability. Deep learning models are being used to detect cancer, make autonomous driving possible, translate texts, predict maintenance needs, assist with drug discovery and…
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Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence

Deep Learning Broadens the Reach of Artificial Intelligence Deep learning has become almost synonymous with machine learning and that is no surprise given its effectiveness and adaptability. Deep learning models are being used to detect cancer, make autonomous driving possible, translate texts, predict maintenance needs, assist with drug discovery and…
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GUI Programming Introduction – Computerphile

GUI Programming Introduction – Computerphile Who’s in control? The real difference between programming for command line, or programming for GUI. Dr Steve Bagley introduces the differences between the two. http://bit.ly/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer…
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0-0x The Tragedy of systemd

The Tragedy of systemd systemd is, to put it mildly, controversial. As a FreeBSD developer I decided I wanted to know why. I delved into the history of bootstrap systems, and even the history of UNIX and other contemporary operating systems, to try and work out why something like systemd…
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AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords

AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords The blockchain bubble has burst and now it looks like AIOps (IT operations aided by artificial intelligence) may be the next buzzword to become overplayed. Fifty-eight percent of IT professionals think AIOps is a buzzword, according to a survey reported on in Turbonomic’s 2019 State…
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AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords

AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords The blockchain bubble has burst and now it looks like AIOps (IT operations aided by artificial intelligence) may be the next buzzword to become overplayed. Fifty-eight percent of IT professionals think AIOps is a buzzword, according to a survey reported on in Turbonomic’s 2019 State…
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AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords

AIOps, Blockchain and Other Buzzwords The blockchain bubble has burst and now it looks like AIOps (IT operations aided by artificial intelligence) may be the next buzzword to become overplayed. Fifty-eight percent of IT professionals think AIOps is a buzzword, according to a survey reported on in Turbonomic’s 2019 State…
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Sysdig Update Provides Security and Visibility to Cloud Native Applications

Sysdig Update Provides Security and Visibility to Cloud Native Applications Sysdig has continued to expand the ways its customers can slice and dice the fine grained information it gathers about your cloud native applications, now with the beta launch of its Visibility and Security Platform (VSP) 2.0. In a statement,…
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8 Best Project Management Systems and CRMS on CodeCanyon

8 Best Project Management Systems and CRMS on CodeCanyon Project management and CRM (customer relationship management) entails tracking all aspects of a business from planning, assigning tasks, follow up, task management, and invoicing—along with many more activities. The success of any website or business largely depends on the structures put in…
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Best JavaScript Forms of 2019

Best JavaScript Forms of 2019 Forms are an essential part of almost every website. They are used for gathering information about users, login and registration, letting users provide feedback, and as a way for users to contact website administrators. Forms are also used for other purposes like booking events and…
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Unravel Data Takes Big Data Application Performance Management to the Cloud

Unravel Data Takes Big Data Application Performance Management to the Cloud Unravel Data made its name as an application performance management (APM) platform for the Big Data stack — Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, Impala, Cloudera, and so on. More recently, it’s been helping customers take their Big Data applications to the…
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