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Code n00b: Tech Amoebas Awake!

Code n00b: Tech Amoebas Awake! When I first started out with programming, I struggled. It wasn’t the concepts, or the seemingly endless array of tools and platforms and libraries that needed to be learned. I had the aptitude, and maybe more importantly the liking, for the work. All of that…
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MapR Executive on Operational AI: Logistics First, Algorithms Later

MapR Executive on Operational AI: Logistics First, Algorithms Later “It’s not who has the most data who wins, it’s who is able to act most quickly,” said Jack Norris, Senior Vice President, Data and Applications at MapR. “It’s about the data agility, being able to see what the data is telling…
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Grafana Now Offers Flux as a Native Query Language

Grafana Now Offers Flux as a Native Query Language As part of a sweeping set of upgrades for version 6.0, the open source Grafana analytics visualization software now supports the Flux query language for time-series data, initially as a plugin, but soon as the default query engine for the InfluxDB…
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0-0x Easy to Use, Hard to Misuse: Declarative Style in C++

Easy to Use, Hard to Misuse: Declarative Style in C++ We say that interfaces should be easy to use and hard to misuse. But how do we get there? In this talk I will demonstrate how using declarative techniques in APIs, functions, and plain old “regular” code can help. We’ll…
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Spring, Functions, Serverless and You

Spring, Functions, Serverless and You Pivotal sponsored this post. Ben Wilcock Ben is hugely passionate about Spring and the many ways in which it changes people’s lives for the better. Having had a long career in software, spanning roles in development, analysis, design, integration, and consultancy, he’s experienced first-hand the…
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The Possibilities of AI and Machine Learning for Cybersecurity

The Possibilities of AI and Machine Learning for Cybersecurity Juned Ghanchi Juned Ghanchi is a co-founder and CMO at IndianAppDevelopers, a mobile development company which offers to hire app developers India for mobile solutions. Juned has 10 years of experience in online marketing, especially in the tech sector. Whether you…
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Get Over Your Low-Code Prejudices to Pay Down Your Technical Debt

Get Over Your Low-Code Prejudices to Pay Down Your Technical Debt Rob Zazueta Rob Zazueta, Global Director of Digital Strategy at TIBCO, is crazy passionate about helping enterprises, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and startups use technology to drive sales and increase revenues. His career has spanned across business development with an…
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Get Over Your Low-Code Prejudices to Pay Down Your Technical Debt

Get Over Your Low-Code Prejudices to Pay Down Your Technical Debt Rob Zazueta Rob Zazueta, Global Director of Digital Strategy at TIBCO, is crazy passionate about helping enterprises, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and startups use technology to drive sales and increase revenues. His career has spanned across business development with an…
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HTML, CSS, and the Path to Accessible Web Design

HTML, CSS, and the Path to Accessible Web Design Founder of the RedMonk consulting group James Governor described inclusive design as “If you design for a set of scenarios that are not just the ones that 23-year-old, able-bodied white men in San Francisco have, things can perhaps be more valuable.” That’s…
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10 Best Gallery WordPress Plugins of 2019

10 Best Gallery WordPress Plugins of 2019 WordPress gallery plugins are essential for displaying images, videos, eCommerce products, and blog posts in a stylish and eye-catching way.  But, not all WordPress gallery plugins are created equal. Many are missing key features that help you integrate your media into your website’s…
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Three quick ways to move your Ansible inventory into Red Hat Ansible Tower

Three quick ways to move your Ansible inventory into Red Hat Ansible Tower If you’ve been using Ansible at the command line for a while, you probably have a lot of servers, network devices, and other target nodes listed in your inventory. You know that Red Hat Ansible Tower makes…
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No More Forever Tokens: Changes in Identity Management for Kubernetes

No More Forever Tokens: Changes in Identity Management for Kubernetes Workloads running on Kubernetes need an identity that lets them connect to external services and APIs, as well as other services in the cluster or workloads in different clusters. Identities let CI/CD systems connect into clusters and they’re used for…
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0-0x Designing A Comprehensive Color System

Designing A Comprehensive Color System In this talk, Linda will take you through how their design systems team at Lyft took a mathematical approach to build Lyft’s new color system (Spectrum). Linda shared how they created a color system that both designers and engineers can understand, the tools they made…
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Why Automation Is a Safe Bet for Cloud Native Migrations

Why Automation Is a Safe Bet for Cloud Native Migrations Dynatrace sponsored this post. Michael Allen Michael is Dynatrace’s vice president of worldwide partner business. Over the last 21 years, he has successfully tackled the challenges of building and operating a pan-European, product line-focused sales organization at Dynatrace, and demonstrated…
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Serverless Challenges We Need to Overcome

Serverless Challenges We Need to Overcome Aviad Mor Aviad Mor is the co-founder and CTO of Lumigo, the serverless intelligence platform. For over a decade, Aviad oversaw the development of core products at Check Point from inception to wide adoption. Serverless is growing — not just the technology or the…
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Cloud Providers vs. Open Source, the Open Source Leadership Summit

Cloud Providers vs. Open Source, the Open Source Leadership Summit This week, on The New Stack Context podcast, we talking about how cloud providers are affecting open source companies with Karthik Ramasamy, co-founder and CEO of Streamlio. Streamlio offers cloud native messaging, processing and event storage as a service, powered…
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Get Started With a Free Booking Calendar Plugin in WordPress

Get Started With a Free Booking Calendar Plugin in WordPress Today, I’m going to show you how to use the Easy Appointments plugin for WordPress to create an appointment booking system. We’ll start by exploring the basic settings provided by this plugin, and later on, we’ll go through a real-world…
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Get Started With a Free Booking Calendar Plugin in WordPress

Get Started With a Free Booking Calendar Plugin in WordPress Today, I’m going to show you how to use the Easy Appointments plugin for WordPress to create an appointment booking system. We’ll start by exploring the basic settings provided by this plugin, and later on, we’ll go through a real-world…
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0-0x A Brief History of GraphQL by the Creator of GraphQL

A Brief History of GraphQL by the Creator of GraphQL Watch this talk by Lee Byron, a Co Creator of GraphQL to learn about the history of GraphQL. EVENT: Open Source Leadership Summit 2019 SPEAKER: Lee Byron PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed).…
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How the World Celebrated ‘Pi Day’

How the World Celebrated ‘Pi Day’ For more than 30 years, the fourteenth day of March — 3/14 — has been celebrated as “Pi Day,” a kind of Geek Pride day that gets honored in endlessly creative ways. It’s a way of reminding the world about the number — and all the geeks…
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