Author: justinsmorgan

CNCF Adopts Sysdig’s Falco Container Runtime Monitor

CNCF Adopts Sysdig’s Falco Container Runtime Monitor Delving into security, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has adopted Sysdig’s Falco container runtime monitor as an early stage “incubation” project. CNCF and Sysdig are hoping that this software will spark more conversation about how security should be addressed in the emerging world…
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Humans in the Loop: How to Harness the Power of the Crowd

Humans in the Loop: How to Harness the Power of the Crowd Charly Walther Charly Walther is VP of product and growth at Gengo.ai, a global, people-powered translation platform optimized for developers of multilingual ML/AI applications. With 10+ years of know-how in providing AI training data, Gengo has an impressive…
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World Mental Health Day—Apps for a Changing World

World Mental Health Day—Apps for a Changing World Content note: The article contains mention of suicide, in the context of suicide prevention. October 10 is World Mental Health Day. This year, the theme is Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World. According to the World Health Organization, between…
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Creating a Standard for Serverless Events

Creating a Standard for Serverless Events The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) last year established a serverless working group to help define serverless technologies and how they fit into a cloud native architecture. One of the first, most common issues the group addressed was the lack of an industry-wide definition…
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0-0x Getting Your First Developer Job

Getting Your First Developer Job Christine Phung will be talking about getting your first developer job! EVENT: Free Code Camp OKC 2018 SPEAKER: Christine Phung PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2RmjYX3gsE Techlahoma web-page: https://ift.tt/2GlFHa9 View on YouTube

The release of Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.7

The release of Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.7 Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.7 is now available, featuring improved stability, speed and performance. Preparing for the Future Ansible Engine 2.7 continues to improve compatibility with modern versions of Python. As a result of changes to support newer versions of Python, support…
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0-0x Understanding Why The New V8 Is So Fast, One Demo At A Time

Understanding Why The New V8 Is So Fast, One Demo At A Time The entire V8 compiler architecture as well as large parts of the Garbage Collector where updated recently. TurboFan replaced Crankshaft, Orinoco now collects garbage in parallel whenever possible. Node.js v8 shipped with this new and improved version…
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Kafka Alternative Pulsar Unifies Streaming and Queuing

Kafka Alternative Pulsar Unifies Streaming and Queuing Pulsar, the Apache Software Foundation’s newest project to attain top-level status, is drawing a lot of comparison to Kafka, another ASF project. Pulsar is a highly-scalable, low-latency messaging platform running on commodity hardware. It provides simple pub-sub and queue semantics over topics, lightweight…
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Bringing Management in from the Release Pipeline Cold

Bringing Management in from the Release Pipeline Cold Transitioning an enterprise to a different software development model is always a cultural journey, whether that is from a legacy waterfall to an agile, lean, CI/CD, or even DevOps approach. In a legacy model, a visionary in the business sees the need…
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Faster and Easier Lambda Deployments with Stackery and SAM SLI

Faster and Easier Lambda Deployments with Stackery and SAM SLI Stackery sponsored this post. Toby Fee Toby is a community developer at Stackery. Her roles and experience combine working as a software engineer, writer and technology instructor, building interesting projects with emerging tools and sharing her findings with the world. Prior…
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AppDynamics: Why Today’s Developers Are in a Good Place

AppDynamics: Why Today’s Developers Are in a Good Place Today, we speak with Ravi Lachhman, a technical evangelist for application monitoring platform provider AppDynamics, as part of The New Stack Makers podcast series featuring developers and engineers who share their down-in-the-trenches stories during this renaissance era in computing. Lachhman’s professional…
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Ensure High Availability for SQL Server on Amazon Web Services

Ensure High Availability for SQL Server on Amazon Web Services David Bermingham David Bermingham is Technical Evangelist at SIOS Technology. He is recognized within the technology community as a high-availability expert and has been honored to be elected a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years: 6 years as a…
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0-0x Actually Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript

Actually Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript Reasoning about asynchronous code can be hard if you don’t understand the mechanics. It often trips up programmers with deep experience in other languages when they try their hand at client or server-side JavaScript. But, asynchronous JavaScript isn’t as hard as it seems once you learn…
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KubeDirector, BlueData’s Custom Controller for Big Data Tasks

KubeDirector, BlueData’s Custom Controller for Big Data Tasks BlueData, which is focused on helping enterprises accelerate their big data and machine learning deployments, is releasing the source code for the first project under its BlueK8s initiative. You can find it on GitHub. The San Francisco-based company announced BlueK8s in July…
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0-0x Thoughts On a More Powerful and Simpler C++ (5 of N)

Thoughts On a More Powerful and Simpler C++ (5 of N) Perhaps the most important thing we can do for C++ at this point in its evolution is to make sure we preserve its core strengths while also directing its evolution in ways that make it simpler to use. EVENT:…
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The Art of DevOps Communication, at Scale and On-Call

The Art of DevOps Communication, at Scale and On-Call This post is the latest in our series on “Cloud Native DevOps,” sponsored by CloudBees. Check back each Monday for additional posts.  Each DevOps transition is as unique as the company that is going through that silo-breaking, restructuring, cultural change. But…
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0-0x “Finally, JavaScript Is Easy!”

“Finally, JavaScript Is Easy!” JavaScript: can it reliably be used in large business applications? Is it usable in the context of enterprise applications to create the frontend of browser-based applications? How are enterprises such as PayPal, Tesco, and Oracle solving these problems? In this session, you’ll be introduced to Kraken.js…
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‘Silicon City’ Explores How Tech Money Changed San Francisco

‘Silicon City’ Explores How Tech Money Changed San Francisco With dazzling omniscience, Cary McClelland’s “Silicon City: San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley,” delivers the voices of the people, each one sharing their own understanding of the city, like an oral history of the present. It’s complex, compelling, and…
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‘Silicon City’ Explores How Tech Money Changed San Francisco

‘Silicon City’ Explores How Tech Money Changed San Francisco With dazzling omniscience, Cary McClelland’s “Silicon City: San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley,” delivers the voices of the people, each one sharing their own understanding of the city, like an oral history of the present. It’s complex, compelling, and…
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Creating a DEBIAN Package on the Raspberry Pi

Creating a DEBIAN Package on the Raspberry Pi Learn to create a functioning debian package file for distribution on your Raspberry Pi. Instal the package on any RPi. We take you through a simple C program to creating a MAN page. Finally building the package. Additionally you can find my…
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