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The Art of Developer Relations

The Art of Developer Relations Welcome to The New Stack Context, a weekly podcast where we discuss the hottest news and views in the scalable IT community. For this week’s episode, we’re speaking with Emily Freeman, a software engineer and cloud advocate at Microsoft, about the role of developer relations in

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Making Parts with a Resin 3D Printer

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Making Parts with a Resin 3D Printer Off-the-shelf physical computing uses microcontrollers, sensors, networks, various tools, Linux and design thinking to build gadgets that do interesting jobs. Aesthetics, mechanisms and product packaging are certainly also important areas of consideration when designing a pleasant user experience. Software developers slave

What Comes Next After Microservices, Kubernetes, and Serverless

What Comes Next After Microservices, Kubernetes, and Serverless Twistlock sponsored this post. Sonya Koptyev Sonya is the director of evangelism at Twistlock. She has been driving community efforts across various development technologies since the early days of SharePoint and .NET. Sonya worked on building the Office developer community and the Microsoft

Secure Copy Vulnerability (SCP) – Computerphile

Secure Copy Vulnerability (SCP) – Computerphile Secure Copy is flawed, and the flaw goes back over 30 years. Dr Steve Bagley explains just how ‘secure’ it is. 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 Computerphile is

How to Deploy Like Nobody’s Watching

How to Deploy Like Nobody’s Watching Adam Zimman Adam has over 20 years of experience working in a variety of roles from software engineering through to technical sales. He has worked in both enterprise and consumer companies such as VMware, EMC and GitHub. Adam is driven by a passion for

0-0x Building Progressive Web Apps With React

Building Progressive Web Apps With React Progressive web apps are a happy middle ground between a responsive web app and a native app. They are lightweight apps designed to conform to any device, work offline, and when appropriate, feel like a native app. But all this is made possible with

Build and Deploy a Machine Learning Model with Azure ML Service

Build and Deploy a Machine Learning Model with Azure ML Service This article is a post in a series on bringing continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) practices to machine learning. Check back to The New Stack for future installments. For the background and context, we strongly recommend you to read

Kubernetes and the Return of the Virtual Machines

Kubernetes and the Return of the Virtual Machines This week on The New Stack Analysts podcast, we take a closer look at the appeal of using virtual machines in Kubernetes environments. The discussion was sparked by a popular blog post penned last month by Pivotal Principal Technologist Paul Czarkowski. The problem

#4: Data Handling of Cloud Firestore in Ionic 4 + Angular + Firebase + Uploadcare

#4: Data Handling of Cloud Firestore in Ionic 4 + Angular + Firebase + Uploadcare Let us see how to connect firestore in firebase to ionic app and get and push data in cloud firestore powered by firebase in this video. GitHub repo: http://bit.ly/2ReLsQy Previous videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYxzS__5yYQnpK36-GJjm7IEAuHR7IExa Uploadcare docs: http://bit.ly/2W0tFvf

AnsibleFest is heading to Atlanta!

AnsibleFest is heading to Atlanta! We are excited to announce the dates and location for AnsibleFest 2019. We’ve selected a location that not only provides the ease of use (or access in this case) that users expect from all things Ansible, but also the enjoyment folks expect after automating their

How to Use Animation in Angular 6

How to Use Animation in Angular 6 In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the importance of animations to improve user experience. I’ll show you how to incorporate animations in Angular 6 applications with the help of animation components and Bootstrap. The Role of Animations in User Design Most web users

0-0x Top-level Awaiting for Godot

Top-level Awaiting for Godot It goes without saying that one of the largest challenges in JavaScipt is handling asynchronicity. Along come Async / Await, a language feature made popular by C#. Developers can now use the keyword await to write code in a synchronous fashion without blocking the main thread.

FaaS Selection Criteria: Little Desire for Multicloud

FaaS Selection Criteria: Little Desire for Multicloud Easy, fast development is what people want from a Function as a Service (FaaS). According to our survey, 71 percent of people using serverless architectures said that ease of development is very important when considering a FaaS offering. Fifty-five percent said it is very important

LogicMonitor Shifts to Kubernetes Monitoring

LogicMonitor Shifts to Kubernetes Monitoring If 2018 really was the “year of Kubernetes,” then 2019 may very well become the year of rounding out the Kubernetes ecosystem. While Kubernetes may have begun to reach maturity and offer all the benefits of containerization and microservices, along with it came the need

Bringing DevOps to the Full Stack at Colonial Life

Bringing DevOps to the Full Stack at Colonial Life Colette Casey Colette Casey is a technical architect at Colonial Life, where she is responsible for 32 applications and five databases. She has over 20 years of IT industry experience spanning a wide range of software development areas, everything from mainframes,

Disaster Recovery and Backup in Today’s Multicloud World

Disaster Recovery and Backup in Today’s Multicloud World Portworx sponsored this post. The number of available options for application deployments and maintenance, whether on on-premise or in cloud environments, spells great opportunities. But as microservices, Kubernetes serverless platforms and other options are thrown into the mix, issues of how to

HTTP/3 Replaces TCP with UDP to Boost Network Speed, Reliability

HTTP/3 Replaces TCP with UDP to Boost Network Speed, Reliability Getting the performance and security benefits of HTTP/2 for sites and services meant making architectural changes because it upended principles like sharding that had been used to improve web site performance; that may be why only around 35 percent of

0-0x Even Faster: now with Functions!

Even Faster: now with Functions! The secret weapon of serverless architectures is extremely fast deployments with zero downtime. Surgical deploys allow for updating a single function in place within 1 second. All this adds up to faster iterations, which means quicker turnaround and that equals: super stoked devs! EVENT: CascadiaJS

Press Play on Tape (Bandersnatch) – Computerphile

Press Play on Tape (Bandersnatch) – Computerphile Netflix’s interactive film ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ included an Easter Egg. Dr Bagley uses it to explain how computers used to store data on audio cassettes. Longer Edit of the intro: https://youtu.be/puFBlIv79cA http://bit.ly/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean

The What and Why of a Unified Security Strategy

The What and Why of a Unified Security Strategy Twistlock sponsored this post. Chris Riley Chris is a technologist who has spent 15 years helping organizations transition from traditional development practices to a modern set of culture, processes and tooling. In addition to being an industry analyst, he is a regular