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Sarah Schlothauer

Sarah Schlothauer
Sarah Schlothauer is an assistant editor for JAXenter.com. She received her Bachelor's degree from Monmouth University and is currently enrolled at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany where she is working on her Masters. She lives in Frankfurt with her husband and cat. She is also the editor for Conditio Humana, an online magazine about ethics, AI, and technology.

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Avoiding unplanned costs

A Developer’s Guide to Cloud Costs

Sometimes, cloud computing costs can be unexpected, with unplanned costs that can add up, even in spite of the cloud’s main benefits. This piece will outline contributors to out-of-control cloud costs, and tips for developers with applications living in the cloud to manage them.

How open source software, shared purpose and cross sector collaboration are creating a new template for CSR in the form of social innovation

Technology as a Source for Good

At this time of year, the tech community pays tribute to Ada Lovelace, a female icon and the world’s first programmer. She’d be pleased to learn that centuries later women are still following in her footsteps, pushing boundaries and even mobilising communities to develop software that has a social impact. That’s exactly what Alexandra Machado, the head of Red Hat’s Social Innovation Programme, has been doing. Here she explains how non-profit organisations are using open source software to address some of the world’s pressing issues.

No coding skills necessary

How to Build a Chatbot – All You Need to Know

Michael Larsen, Head of Customer Success & Academy at BotXO.ai, takes us through the essential steps of building a chatbot. A chatbot project should be easy to carry out, easy to maintain and edit, and bring results pretty quickly. It should meet the needs of the business and potential problems to solve, proper flow and content, and integrations.

Switching to NoSQL databases

Why You Should Migrate from SQL to NoSQL for Time Series Data

Do you use SQL or NoSQL databases for time series data? There are a number of significant differences, advantages, and disadvantages between the two. In this article, you will learn all about the differences between SQL and noSQL databases, as well as the differences for time series use cases.

Revolutions in application architecture

Client-serverless is the 4th generation application model

We are just beginning to enter a new world of ubiquitously accessible client-serverless applications. Just like the client-server and three tier architectures did, the client-serverless application model will create tremendous opportunity (and disruption) for every kind of customer and vendor in the industry.

Creating a safe office space

Adapting your workplace to suit uncertain times

It is likely that many organisations will not return to normality for some time – for others this could mark a complete overhaul of their workplace policies that will remain even after this current pandemic is over. This article goes over some tips for how to adjust your workplace for optimum safety.

Speeding up value time

It’s Time to Take a Customer-First Approach to AIOps

In the land grab to bring to market the latest sensational AIOps capabilities, vendors have unwittingly de-prioritized customer adoption. This has resulted in a chasm. This article will walk you through a few ideas to minimize barriers to adoption and speed up time to value for AIOps:

Driving innovation

Why agile teams drive digital transformation

A team must be agile if they are to drive such innovation and still be effective and disruptive in a challenging environment. These key attributes will ultimately push organisations towards their digital transformation and long-term goals