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0-0x VS Code: The First Second

VS Code: The First Second Johannes Rieken spoke at CovalenceConf 2019 about what Visual Studio Code does during the first second after launch – and what lessons other Electron apps can draw from Microsoft’s findings. EVENT: CovalenceConf 2019 SPEAKER: Johannes Rieken PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons

The Certainties About Your Job as an Site Reliability Engineer

The Certainties About Your Job as an Site Reliability Engineer Site reliability engineers (SREs) are tightly woven into DevOps today. They also provide a changing and critical role in deployments on cloud native platforms and microservices deployments. But as a job description and function, an SRE position and role is

Kubernetes 1.14 Brings Docker Orchestration to Windows Server

Kubernetes 1.14 Brings Docker Orchestration to Windows Server The latest release of Kubernetes, version 1.14, is out with production-level support for Windows nodes and 10 enhancements moving to the stable release. “The thing I’m most proud of is that this release has the most stable enhancements of any release of

Establish an Effective Cloud Center of Excellence

Establish an Effective Cloud Center of Excellence Ennio Carboni, AWS Product Line, CloudHealth by VMware Ennio Carboni leads the AWS Product Line for CloudHealth by VMware where he and his team develop solutions to challenges for companies using AWS as their backbone to cloud computing. As a leader, he is

Will Graphene Replace Silicon? – Computerphile

Will Graphene Replace Silicon? – Computerphile Why has it gone quiet on graphene? We asked Sixty Symbols’ Professor Laurence Eaves, who was part of the team who built the first graphene transistor. Fine Structure Constant (Sixty Symbols): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlSLIW0gZtk https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean

10-Min Survey: Data Streaming’s Role in Application Architecture

10-Min Survey: Data Streaming’s Role in Application Architecture Lightbend sponsored this post. Data streaming technology has become increasingly important for informing business decision-making in real-time. Cloud native architectures are taking more advantage of streaming data for traditional analytics, operational insights and systems management. And new use cases such as artificial

10-Min Survey: Data Streaming’s Role in Application Architecture

10-Min Survey: Data Streaming’s Role in Application Architecture Lightbend sponsored this post. Data streaming technology has become increasingly important for informing business decision-making in real-time. Cloud native architectures are taking more advantage of streaming data for traditional analytics, operational insights and systems management. And new use cases such as artificial

Pivotal Readies the Greenplum Parallel Processing Database for Kubernetes

Pivotal Readies the Greenplum Parallel Processing Database for Kubernetes Cloud native platform provider Pivotal Software has brought its flagship massively parallel processing analytic database Greenplum into the Kubernetes era. At last week’s Greenplum Summit in New York, the company unveiled Greenplum for Kubernetes, which “gives data professionals and application developers the ability to

Create an Angular Registration Form in Our New Course

Create an Angular Registration Form in Our New Course Almost every web app will require some sort of a registration and login form. Not only that, but registration forms are a great learning project for Angular app development. In our new course, Hands-on Angular: Create a Registration Form, you’ll build

The Neural Network that Generated Thousands of Questions for Stack Overflow

The Neural Network that Generated Thousands of Questions for Stack Overflow One developer recently gave the world another example of a neural network doing what humans do — or at least, simulating what humans do. It generates artificial questions about computing programming by mimicking posts on Stack Overflow, a popular community

0-0x JavaScript Vulnerabilities

JavaScript Vulnerabilities In this episode of The State of the Web, Rick and Tim talk about how insecure much of the Web really is. They talk about the various vulnerabilities in Web Security that can leave you open to attack, as well as the challenge of making your organization aware

0-0x Simplicity Is Not Simple

Simplicity Is Not Simple Products may be or become complicated for many reasons, and teams are often asked to make them “simpler and better.” How do we identify when and why something is complicated, and how can we make it simpler? David will talk about methods to make products and

Will Graphene Replace Silicon? – Computerphile

Will Graphene Replace Silicon? – Computerphile Why has it gone quiet on graphene? We asked Sixty Symbols’ Professor Laurence Eaves, who was part of the team who built the first graphene transistor. Sixty Symbols, Fine Structure Constant: https://youtu.be/WlSLIW0gZtk https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Build a Dedicated Messaging Broker

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Build a Dedicated Messaging Broker The sprinkler controller and yard light project both use MQTT messaging for data communications. Up until now, my Linux notebook served as the broker during initial development efforts. I use my notebook for daily consulting work too, so it makes sense to transition

Context: Amazon’s Elastic Distribution, the Business of Quantum Computing

Context: Amazon’s Elastic Distribution, the Business of Quantum Computing Welcome to the new edition of The New Stack Context podcast. This week, we spoke with Sharone Revah Zitzman, developer relations at AppsFlyer and author of the contributed piece we ran last week titled “What the Fork, Amazon?” In the last

Use a Drag-and-Drop Form Builder for WordPress

Use a Drag-and-Drop Form Builder for WordPress Forms have always been an integral part of the Internet. As a WordPress website owner, you have no choice but to use them if you want your users to communicate with you. Creating a modern form that follows best practices and conforms to

This Week in Programming: From the Mouths of Developers

This Week in Programming: From the Mouths of Developers Earlier this week, I went to a “Docker and Kubernetes Night” for a local developer group that holds the occasional hackathon and plays host to a rather active Slack channel. The event, to the surprise of its organizers, drew a nearly

0-0x Microservices Gone Wrong

Microservices Gone Wrong Microservices are the latest architectural trend to take the PHP community by storm. Is it a good pattern? How can you use it effectively? In this talk, we’ll explore real world experience building out a large scale application based around microservices: what worked really well, what didn’t

What Makes Slider Revolution the Best WordPress Slider Plugin?

What Makes Slider Revolution the Best WordPress Slider Plugin? In the crowded online arena, sites are constantly vying for readers’ and viewers’ attention, and new information is released every second. Just placing images, text, and videos on your website is not enough to build a web presence. How you tell

A mgmt Contributor on His Lifework (Before He Runs Out of Money)

A mgmt Contributor on His Lifework (Before He Runs Out of Money) Semaphore sponsored this post, which has been brought to you by the Semaphore CI/CD platform. Wojtek Cichoń Wojtek is connecting the dots between marketing and customer relations at Semaphore. Professionally, he enjoys working closely with the makers and