In this article Maria Weinberger discusses how blockchain offers a framework for new data monetization opportunities as well as safer, more transparent transactions.
As the pendulum of demographics swing, there is a rise in the open source community. In this article Dale Vecchio discusses what impacts this trend may have on technology and the changing philosophies of the new generation.
How will remotely located IoT devices be powered in the future? In this except from “Internet of Things for Architects”, Perry Lea takes a look at the significant problems IoT designers will face when resolving issues about energy sources and power management for IoT devices.
Are you thinking about starting a DevOps approach at your company or organization? In this article, Ravindra Savaram goes over some of the top hurdles every company faces when making the switch to DevOps as well as the best ways to succeed.
The new Flink stable release is here and makes streaming and batch data processing super smooth. The 1.5.0 release comes stuffed with a number of new features and major improvements.
How do we prevent failures in A.I. such as Microsoft’s offensive chatbot and Tesla’s autopilot car crash? Blockchain may have the answer. Rob May discusses the future of artificial intelligence’s training.
As DevOpsCon 2018 winds to a close, we take a look at some of the important things that we’ve learned during the sessions, keynotes, and workshops. We learned how to become more mature in our DevOps, how to do metrics the safe way, and to always question everything. Let’s take a look at our notes!
Amazon Alexa sets a course to boldly go where no programmer has gone before! A team of scientists at the University of British Columbia led a fascinating project to task the virtual assistant with performing all the mundane programming tasks, speeding up workflow and increasing efficiency and productivity.
Are you getting your regular servings of vegetables? This scalable, thread-safe Redis client isn’t just rabbit food; Lettuce supports synchronous, asynchronous, and reactive usage of the Redis API.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Got tired of the debate? Well, we are not going to let you off the hook just yet. Earlier this year, HackerRank released a report on the *super hot* topic of Women in Tech and in light of our Women in Tech profile series, I propose a journey through numbers, analyses and real-life experiences, to try and shed some (brighter) light on the topic.
Five months after its last release, openHab is here with the latest version. A lot of hard work went into this release and it shows! Tons of new translations, integration of more metric systems, 25 brand new add-ons & so much more!
Are you ready for JAX London 2018? We’re gearing up for the next installment of our favorite conference series. This year, we especially want to hear from our community! So, if you’ve got a burning question for any of our speakers, let us know.
Last week, Zeppelin announced the release of the first mainnet version of ZeppelinOS, a platform for developing, managing, and operating smart contract applications in Ethereum. But what does ZeppelinOS bring in the blockchain ecosystem? *Security* is the keyword.
In this article, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Contrast Jeff Williams discusses how to understand and establish DevSecOp and suggests some further reading and advice.