Tag: #programming

Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich on Defining Microservices

Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich on Defining Microservices Have you ever tried to explain microservices to anyone? Depending on the context, people explain it differently. But when it comes to establishing the relationship between microservices and cloud native computing, no one explains it better than Mark Russinovich, chief technology officer of Microsoft…
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0-0x OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-Oriented Design

OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-Oriented Design For decades C++ developers have built software around OOP concepts that ultimately failed us – we didn’t see the promises of code reuse, maintenance or simplicity fulfilled, and performance suffers significantly. Data-oriented design can be a better paradigm in fields where C++ is…
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HashiCorp Aims to Lighten Management of the Multicloud

HashiCorp Aims to Lighten Management of the Multicloud As other vendors provide solutions that work very well in a particular environment, HashiCorp sees its future as easing management of multiple environments, according to Mitchell Hashimoto, the company’s co-founder and CTO. HashiCorp continues to “double down” on cloud — multicloud in particular —…
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Getting Your Manager to Say ‘Yes’ to DevOps Tools

Getting Your Manager to Say ‘Yes’ to DevOps Tools CircleCI sponsored this post. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you have discovered a new tool that may be able to solve a problem for your team? Did you bring it excitedly to your manager only to be shut…
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0-0x How Does npm Design

How Does npm Design Want to know how to get your organization to prioritize and practice user experience design? Watch this talk and learn how UX design is done at npm. SLIDES: https://ift.tt/2Q7v7IW EVENT: JSCamp 2018 SPEAKER: Jerry Gabra PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license…
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Workflows for the New Developer Experience

Workflows for the New Developer Experience Datawire Technical Consultant Daniel Bryant kicked off his Cloud Native London talk saying that, as developers, “A lot of our jobs revolve around taking a good idea and turning it into value for our customers.” For a lot of us, developers are our customers.…
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What’s New in Core ML 2?

What’s New in Core ML 2? Last year, Apple launched Core ML—a segue into the world of machine learning for Apple developers. Before that, we were already using machine learning with technologies like AutoCorrect, Siri, and a predictive keyboard, but Core ML brought a new level of power and flexibility…
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eXploit X : “Give Me Root, Now” – Computerphile

eXploit X : “Give Me Root, Now” – Computerphile One line of code can get root access on many Linux systems. Dr Steve Bagley demos the exploit, initially discovered by people at Qualys and dubbed "Mutagen Astronomy" http://bit.ly/C_ExploitX to find out more from The Register https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This…
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Google Flutter From Scratch: Using Firebase Services

Google Flutter From Scratch: Using Firebase Services With Google Firebase, one of the most powerful and versatile serverless platforms available today, you can effortlessly add essential features such as user management, crash reporting, analytics, real-time data storage, and even machine learning to your mobile apps. To be able to work…
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How to Create a WordPress Landing Page Template

How to Create a WordPress Landing Page Template What You’ll Be Creating One of the purposes of a website is to generate leads. This can happen a number of ways: you might have a form for people to contact you for a specific quote, you might encourage people to create…
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0-0x CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF?

CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF? Everyone’s talking about CSS-in-JS. It’s the Kim Kardashian of web development. And, as with Kimmie, opinions are polarised. To some, CSS in JS just makes sense: it’s local to your component, it can’t leak and, hey, I know how to write JavaScript and CSS is weird.…
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PureSec Founder on Taking Control of Serverless Security

PureSec Founder on Taking Control of Serverless Security One of the main benefits of serverless is the ability to shift server administration- and platform management-related tasks to a third party, allowing for a greater focus on development and deployment. But this freedom can come at a price — relying on…
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IBM’s Red Hat Buy Aims to Bring the ‘Hybrid Cloud’ to the Enterprise

IBM’s Red Hat Buy Aims to Bring the ‘Hybrid Cloud’ to the Enterprise IBM’s pending acquisition of Red Hat for $34 billion “changes everything about the cloud market,” asserted Arvind Krishna, IBM senior vice president for hybrid cloud, as well as the director of IBM Research, in a conference call with…
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15 Best Modern JavaScript Admin Templates for React, Angular and Vue.js

15 Best Modern JavaScript Admin Templates for React, Angular and Vue.js Are you building an app and looking for tools that can help you streamline your build? Take the effort out of your next front-end app build with one of these powerful admin templates. Whether you prefer to work with…
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0-0x Wiring the Internet of Things with Node RED

Wiring the Internet of Things with Node RED Node-RED is an open-source visual tool for wiring the Internet of Things. Built on top of Node.js, it provides a light-weight, browser-based editor that makes it easy to integrate different streams of both physical and digital events. It is ideal to run…
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Cloud Native DevOps: Four Horsemen of the Operations Apocalypse

Cloud Native DevOps: Four Horsemen of the Operations Apocalypse This post is part of a series, sponsored by CloudBees, exploring the emerging concept of  “cloud native DevOps.” Check back each Monday for future installments, and keep an eye out for the eBook in early 2019. Co-founder of RunDeck, Damon Edwards kicked…
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Red Hat Acquisition Will be the Key to IBM’s Future in the Cloud

Red Hat Acquisition Will be the Key to IBM’s Future in the Cloud IBM considers itself a pioneer in areas like artificial intelligence — think Watson winning Jeopardy and Deep Blue beating Garry Kasparov) and the cloud, which it started a decade ago, with deep blue ads promoting cloud dominating…
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Learn How to Make PHP Forms in Our New Course

Learn How to Make PHP Forms in Our New Course If you already know the basics of the PHP language and have created some simple scripts or applications, you might be wondering about your next step. Why not extend your skill set by taking our new short course, Practice PHP…
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Turning Blue: IBM to Acquire Red Hat

Turning Blue: IBM to Acquire Red Hat In its bid to become the world’s leading provider of open source cloud software, IBM announced Sunday it will acquire Red Hat in a deal valued at about $33.4 billion. Red Hat has been the model for how to make money with open source…
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0-0x 105 STL Algorithms in Less Than an Hour

105 STL Algorithms in Less Than an Hour We are all aware that we should know the STL algorithms. Including them in our designs allows us to make our code more expressive and more robust. And sometimes, in a spectacular way. But do you know your STL algorithms? In this…
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