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|Archived Since:||March 2, 2008|
How decoupling, optimization, and specialization resemble connective systems in our bodies. On the day before I flew out to Hadoop World London, I had the great pleasure of debating streaming solutions and patterns with Gwen Shapira....Show More Summary
Science Fiction Economics, Behavioural Economics, Neural Recording, and Sensitive Alexa Bladerunner Futurism -- Dr Floyd’s PicturePhone call in "2001: A Space Odyssey" cost $1.70 for a 90-second call. (This is substantially cheaper than...Show More Summary
Charity Majors explores how to evaluate major technology choices and explains when you should use boring technology. Continue reading A young lady's illustrated primer to technical decision-making.
Eleanor Saitta on security design and three steps to a safer future. Continue reading You got your design team in my security team!.
David Hayes on the role of DevOps in building a culture that unifies a team to be empathy-driven and customer-focused. Continue reading Why DevOps is more than just automation.
Volker Will on Microsoft's evolution and the DevOps behind its transformation. Continue reading “Microsoft is irrelevant to me. I use a Mac": Is this you?.
Stephen Ludin offers an overview of the User Timing API and demonstrates how developers can use it to measure exactly the critical sections they want. Continue reading Measuring what matters.
Todd Reifsteck and Philippe Le Hegaret on the W3C's new performance-related APIs and how you can help shape the future of web performance and the Web in general. Continue reading The state of the W3C Web Performance Working Group.
Diego Lapiduz shows how the cloud.gov team is building tools that allow government agencies to achieve faster deployments and continuous compliance in a secure environment. Continue reading Building an open platform for government innovation.
Buddy Brewer explores alternative ways of visualizing performance data and explains how changing your perspective can sometimes lead you to surprising discoveries. Continue reading Performance is about more than time series charts.
Ozan Turgut discusses how to use visualization and analytics to turn data into leverage for decision making. Continue reading Turning high-velocity data into leverage for people.
Michael Williams uses sentiment analysis to show that supervised machine learning has the potential to amplify the voices of the most privileged people in society. Continue reading How we amplify privilege with supervised machine learning.
The O'Reilly Design Podcast: Designing for the IoT, design's responsibility, and the importance of team dynamics. This week's episode of the Design Podcast features a conversation I had with Martin Charlier last fall. These days, Charlier is a freelance design consultant and co-founder at Rain Cloud. Show More Summary
Velocity Keynotes, Learning Machine Learning, Diver's HUD, and Kickstarter's Dividends Keynotes from Velocity Santa Clara -- everything from bringing academic papers to practitioners to the emotions you feel when you get DDOSed and why...Show More Summary
Watch full keynotes covering DevOps, performance, infrastructure, and more. From Velocity in Santa Clara 2016. Experts from across the web operations and performance worlds are coming together in Santa Clara, Calif. for the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Santa Clara 2016. Show More Summary
Bruce Lawson explores how the whole advertising ecosystem can (hopefully) improve. Continue reading Making bad ads sad. Rad!.
Richard Cook explains the value of adaptive capacity and explores its far reaching consequences. Continue reading Poised to deploy: The C-suite and adaptive capacity.
Artur Bergman explores how people react in the line of fire and why a DDoS attack is different than other challenges a company may face. Continue reading DDOS emotions.
Bridget Kromhout explains why no amount of industrial-strength job scheduling makes your organization immune to Conway’s law. Continue reading Containers will not fix your broken culture, and other hard truths.
Ines Sombra and Caitie McCaffrey demonstrate how academic papers can radically change your perspective and introduce you to new ideas. Continue reading So we hear you like papers.