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The practical basics of Android app security

Learn where the vulnerabilities are, and how to address them. Today’s mobile applications are used for a million different purposes, from social media to online banking. Given the ubiquity of these applications (and the wealth of information...Show More Summary

Four short links: 25 May 2016

Thinking Textbook, How To Include, Machine Learning for Artists, and Social Hash Computational and Inferential Thinking -- This is the textbook for the Foundations of Data Science class at UC Berkeley. Project Include -- an open community working toward providing meaningful diversity and inclusion solutions for tech companies. Show More Summary

Carl Bass on design tools

The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Autodesk’s CEO talks about the future of design. In this episode of the Hardware podcast, we talk with Carl Bass, president and CEO of Autodesk. He’s an articulate thinker on algorithmic design, collaborative tools, and the nature of craft, and we talked for nearly two hours when we visited him to record this episode. Show More Summary

Better streaming layouts for frontend microservices with Tailor

Learn a straightforward approach to frontend microservices with Tailor, a library that provides a middleware which you can integrate into any Node.js server. Microservices get a lot of traction these days. They allow multiple teams to...Show More Summary

Designing an interactive visualization to make data personal

A look behind the scenes at the making of UIS’s Left Behind visualization. UNESCO Institute for Statistics wanted to launch an interactive data visualization that would rally the public to engage with the issue of gender equality inShow More Summary

2016 O'Reilly Open Source Awards

The O’Reilly Open Source Awards recognize individual contributors who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the development of open source software. Continue reading 2016 O'Reilly Open Source Awa...

Why AI is finally going mainstream

Introducing the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference. It’s clear that the age of applied AI is at hand. Every day, we see more headlines like these: Can Artificial Intelligence Create the Next Wonder Material? Artificial Intelligence...Show More Summary

Four short links: 24 May 2016

Solar Weather, Machine Bias, Hyper-Reality, and Healthy Forgetting The Carrington Event -- In June 2013, a joint venture from researchers at Lloyd's of London and Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) in the United States used data from the Carrington Event to estimate the current cost of a similar event to the U.S. Show More Summary

Introduction to YAML

Learn the basics of YAML, a friendly language for data, and an increasingly important one for IT ops (particularly if you're planning on using Ansible). Continue reading Introduction to YAML.

Why is service discovery important? (And what is Consul?)

A brief introduction to service discovery—and the most popular tool for achieving it: Consul. Continue reading Why is service discovery important? (And what is Consul?).

Why Node.js for shell scripting?

Learn some of the benefits of using server-side JavaScript for your shell scripts. Continue reading Why Node.js for shell scripting?.

Four short links: 23 May 2016

Interval Graphs, Develop Strategy Internally, Exponential Batteries, and Self-Rallying Cars Revisiting Interval Graphs for Network Science (PDF) -- Interval graphs and multiplexes are special types of a more general mathematical object...Show More Summary

The AI business landscape

A data-driven analysis of companies that are adopting artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence plays an increasingly central role in everything from consumer electronics to retail, and from health care to cars. With such widespread...Show More Summary

Building web apps for everyone

As web developers, we are responsible for shaping the experiences of users’ online lives. By making ethical, user-centered choices, we create a better web for everyone. Preface As web developers, we are responsible for shaping the experiences of users' online lives. Show More Summary

Four short links: 20 May 2016

Self-Driving Uber, Shenzhen for Startups, Share FDA Docs, and Hackable Ethereum Contracts Uber has Self-Driving Car on Pittsburgh Streets -- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has said it could have self-driving car guidelines ready by July. Show More Summary

Hiring awesome engineers: Looking beyond the Valley and the USA

Erica Brescia explains how a bootcamp experiment has turned into a successful hiring channel for Bitnami. Continue reading Hiring awesome engineers: Looking beyond the Valley and the USA.

Sustainability in open source

We've seen that collaborative development creates and innovates at speed and scale. How will we ensure that the open source communities that created these opportunities continue to grow? Continue reading Sustainability in open sourc...

Open, closed, and demon haunted: An Internet of Things that act like inkjet printers

As the Internet of Things expands to include computers in our bodies and computers we put our bodies into, the question of open and closed takes on a new urgency. Continue reading Open, closed, and demon haunted: An Internet of Things that act like inkjet printers.

Closing the loop: Open source community projects are changing health care

What happens when an open source community develops around a group of patients who are frustrated with their medical devices? You end up with an artificial pancreas, of course. Continue reading Closing the loop: Open source community projects are changing health care.

Crossing the river by feeling the stones

Simon Wardley examines the issue of situational awareness and explains how it applies to the world of open source. Continue reading Crossing the river by feeling the stones.

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