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Serverless Roadmaps: Monitoring, Security, Frameworks, Tools

Serverless Roadmaps: Monitoring, Security, Frameworks, Tools The platforms that run serverless workloads are just one aspect of a larger ecosystem of tools to manage and monitor applications throughout the software development lifecycle. Although many solutions are open source, there is a strong influx of companies hoping to profit as enterprises…
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Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Hedley the Robotic Skull Spooks Minneapolis

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Hedley the Robotic Skull Spooks Minneapolis Hedley the Robotic Skull and I were in Minneapolis, last week presenting our talk at the Embedded Systems Conference. The event was a mix of embedded computing, manufacturing and medical technology. There was an estimated 5,000 attendees there, along with over 500…
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Angular Project? Let’s learn Angular!

Angular Project? Let’s learn Angular! Announcing Angular project on codedamn as the first project of the month! Learn Angular 6 and work on a project using Angular 6 for a month. Submit your results and let others see! Project link: https://bit.ly/angular6-project Angular 6 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYxzS__5yYQlqCmHqDyW3yo5V79C7eaTe

0-0x Golden Rules for Typography on the Web

Golden Rules for Typography on the Web Typography is what comes between the author and the reader. This is as true on the web as it is in any other medium. If a text has anything at all significant to say, it needs a typographer’s care, which will in turn…
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20 Years as an Open Source Administrator and Engineer

20 Years as an Open Source Administrator and Engineer Those lucky enough to work in tech will almost certainly face life struggles at some point in their lives affecting careers. And those who are really fortunate are able to bounce back and continue on their successful career track after taking…
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Mesosphere Doubles Down on Kubernetes, Multicluster Management

Mesosphere Doubles Down on Kubernetes, Multicluster Management When GE Transportation wanted to move beyond its Java-centric development stack and containerize applications as much as possible, it knew it wanted to use Kubernetes, but also knew it needed help with it. It’s one of the customers touting Mesosphere DC/OS as the…
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0-0x Predicting the Internet of Things with TensorflowJS

Predicting the Internet of Things with TensorflowJS I wondered, can I use JavaScript to predict if a machine will fail? With Tensorflow.js, some sensors, and a little elbow grease, this is totally possible. As the price of Internet-connected chips drops, it is now possible to connect anything – literally anything…
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Why Cloud Native Success Depends on High-Velocity CI/CD

Why Cloud Native Success Depends on High-Velocity CI/CD Semaphore sponsored this post. Marko Anastasov Marko is a software developer and cofounder of Semaphore, the CI/CD platform powering some of the world’s best engineering teams. He writes about practices and tools that support continuous improvement. The goal of every tech leader…
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Google Search, Pervasive Intelligence and the Gordie Howe Hat Trick

Google Search, Pervasive Intelligence and the Gordie Howe Hat Trick Ever hear of the Gordie Howe hat trick? Probably not, unless you’re Canadian (like me). After reading the obscure reference, you likely reflexively pulled out your smartphone to consult Google because let’s face it, you’re not going to the library…
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Stackery CEO on the AWS Serverless Application Model

Stackery CEO on the AWS Serverless Application Model On this newest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, TNS founder Alex Williams is joined by Stackery CEO Nate Taggart, at ServerlessConf San Francisco, to discuss the makings of Stackery, and how it has standardized on top of the AWS Serverless…
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0-0x Continous Learning For Software Developers

Continous Learning For Software Developers New technologies are emerging really fast. To keep up with the trends, we have to adapt and continuously learn. EVENT: IndyPy 2018 SPEAKER: Nick Birch PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cd7T4gLzEU View on…
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GraphQL Gets Its Own Foundation

GraphQL Gets Its Own Foundation Addressing the rapidly growing user base around GraphQL, The Linux Foundation has launched the GraphQL Foundation to build a vendor-neutral community around the query language for APIs (application programming interfaces). “Through the formation of the GraphQL Foundation, I hope to see GraphQL become industry standard…
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Take The New Stack Annual Reader Survey — Your Response Matters

Take The New Stack Annual Reader Survey — Your Response Matters Last year The New Stack did its first reader survey. We used the data to define our editorial calendar and depth of coverage for the year. Today we are launching a new reader survey to define the topics and…
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0-0x JavaScript Enterprise Adoption and Usage

JavaScript Enterprise Adoption and Usage Despite being over two decades old, not until recent years has JavaScript really been acknowledged as a first-class citizen within corporate enterprise software. Join us as we look at some of the hurdles JavaScript has overcome in order to reach its current level of adoption…
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VMware to Acquire Heptio to Boost Enterprise Kubernetes Expertise

VMware to Acquire Heptio to Boost Enterprise Kubernetes Expertise Augmenting its own growing practice in cloud native computing, VMware is in the process of acquiring Heptio, an enterprise-focused consulting firm founded by two of the creators of the open source Kubernetes container orchestration system. VMware announced the pending purchase at…
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Set QEMU/KVM Guest hostname via DHCP

Set QEMU/KVM Guest hostname via DHCP In this video we use KVM/QEMU installed on the Ubuntu 18.04 host set set guest IP and Hostnames via DHCP. We can use the virsh command to edit the network configuration on the QEMU/KVM host to reserve IP address and hostname for the gust…
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Why the Red Hat Deal Is a Game Changer for IBM — And the Cloud

Why the Red Hat Deal Is a Game Changer for IBM — And the Cloud Portworx sponsored this post. Murli Thirumale, co-founder and CEO, Portworx Murli Thirumale, co-founder and CEO, Portworx previously served as co-founder and CEO of Ocarina Networks, Inc. He also served as vice president and general manager,…
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To Infinity & Beyond – Computerphile

To Infinity & Beyond – Computerphile Infinite data structures sound impossible. Professor Graham Hutton shows how laziness can win them over. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/yCyBdeJmHM0 https://ift.tt/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 Computerphile is a sister project…
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An Interview with Cloud Foundry CTO Child Childers

An Interview with Cloud Foundry CTO Child Childers The Cloud Foundry Foundation sponsored this podcast. The open source moment has gone through some profound changes over the past two decades to become the cornerstone of full stack computing it is today. After entering tech in the late 1990s as a…
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Untangle Dependencies in Java Module Systems

Untangle Dependencies in Java Module Systems Wikipedia defines hell as “a place of torment and punishment in the afterlife.” It also defines Dependency hell but if you ask me, it should start with “a place of torment and punishment for lazy and reckless programmers.” Dependencies — From 0 to ∞…
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