Need some help entering the zone? Listening to music while programming is scientifically proven to help out productivity and raise happiness. What are programmers listening to while they work, and what do you tune into?
While some argue that software development isn’t the kind of work that benefits from time tracking, others swear by it, saying it is an invaluable tool for increasing productivity and ROI. Here are a few reasons why you should get on the time-tracking bandwagon today.
Running out of space on your Prometheus deployments? Save yourself from having to destroy half of your database or models with Thanos. This seamless add-on creates a highly available metric system with infinite storage capacity.
Containers can provide an easier way to deploy software by stripping out extraneous material and reducing image sizes to solely what is required. At the same time, microservices break down applications into smaller components that fulfill specific roles within the application. This combination of containers and microservices can accelerate scalability to maximum!
Machine learning is complicated, but it’s becoming easier and easier to grasp with new tools and platforms. In preparation for AWS re:Invent 2018, AWS updated SageMaker. What are the newest features?
Open source communities have never been as bustling, and joining the fray has never been easier. Are you looking for a new project to work on? Do you have some code that you’d like to donate? We take a look at some organizations that deserve a time in the sun and your attention.
Working remotely is more than just staying in your pajamas and taking a few calls; it reduces stress, lowers absenteeism and helps employees have a higher morale. At the same time, hiring talent remotely allows for reducing costs, getting more experienced software developers, thus leading to faster and better product development.
Did you know that data science can be applied to the cybersecurity field to help protect against attacks and identify suspicious behavior? In this article, Peggy Morgan talks about the benefits of using data science to improve techniques and create better programs against cyber threats.
Blockchain pitfalls & misconceptions: Livestream and learn from the Blockchain Technology Conference!
When it comes to blockchain technology, there are a lot of bad habits we have to unlearn. Let’s put our best foot forward! Livestream a session from the Blockchain Technology Conference in Berlin about blockchain misconceptions and common pitfalls.
As our tech history series winds down, we want to take a moment and focus on a topic that has shaped how code is reviewed and how developers collaborate nowadays. Open your textbooks to chapter 11 – class is in session with the birth and evolution of social coding.
Computing solutions like serverless and containers have become all the rage. In this article, Kayla Matthews explains the differences between serverless and containers and how each one has differing implications for data science applications.
Can blockchain transform the world? Before we can answer this question, we need to understand what this technology can and can’t do, what it is and what it isn’t. Therefore, we have to go back to basics and explore the fundamentals in order to eliminate all misconceptions about blockchain. This series is meant to clear the air by answering the most fundamental questions.
How can two of the most revolutionary concepts help one another? In this article, Ankit Patel discusses the merits of using AI alongside of blockchain for better results and better security.
Cryptocurrency may have gotten all the buzz last year, but the underlying technology is what we should really be talking about. In this article, Blockchain Technology Conference speaker Vinita Rathi explores why blockchain and distributed ledger technology platforms deserve our attention.