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How the IoT will transform manufacturing

Register now for Solid Amsterdam, October 28, 2015, where Dirk Slama will present the session “Managing the ‘Clash of Two Worlds’ in the IoT.” Editor’s note: this post is an excerpt from “Enterprise IoT: Strategies and Best Practices for Connected …

Four short links: 31 August 2015

Linux Workstation Security Checklist — This is a set of recommendations used by the Linux Foundation for their systems administrators. Giant Bags of Mostly Water (PDF) — on securing systems that are used by humans. This is what DevOps is …

Four short links: 28 August 2015

10 Ad Blocking Extensions Tested for Best Performance — This test is about the performance of an ad blocker in terms of how quickly it loads a range of ad blocked pages, the maximum amount of memory it uses and …

Designing at the intersection of disciplines

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Radar Podcast to track the technologies and people that will shape our world in the years to come. In this week’s Radar Podcast, I chat with Simon King, design director at IDEO. Harkening back to growing …

Bridging the divide: Business users and machine learning experts

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Data Show Podcast to explore the opportunities and techniques driving big data and data science. As tools for advanced analytics become more accessible, data scientist’s roles will evolve. Most media stories emphasize a need for expertise …

Four short links: 27 August 2015

The Advanced Persistent Threat You Have: Google Chrome (PDF) — argues that if you can’t detect and classify Google Chrome’s self-updating behaviour, you’re not in a position to know when you’re hit by malware which also downloads and executes code …

Everyone is a beginner at something

I’ve noticed a curious thing about the term “beginner.” It’s acquired a sort of stigma — we seem to most often identify ourselves by what we’re an expert in, as if our burgeoning interests/talents have less value. An experienced PHP...

ResourceMiner: Toppling the Tower of Babel in the lab

Contributing author: Tim Gardner Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on PLOS Tech; it is republished here with permission. From Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press to the Internet of today, technology has enabled faster communication, and faster communication has …

Four short links: 26 August 2015

The Apex Book of World SF 4 (Amazon) — if SF invents the future by shaping and directing our imagination, and if you believe that non-American cultures will ascend over time, then it behooves you to sample this collection of …

Towards continuous design

I just finished reading Thomas Wendt’s wonderful book, Design for Dasein. I recommend it to anyone who practices, or just is interested in, experience design. Wendt’s ideas have profound implications for rethinking and improving our approach to designing experiences. They …

Coding in a cloud-based enterprise

With the advent of DevOps and various Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environments, many complex business requirements need to be met within a much shorter timeframe. The Internet of Things (IoT) is also changing how established applications and infrastructures are constructed. As a …

Every (successful) company is a service company

Register now for the O’Reilly Design Conference, which will explore the evolving role of design in business and society along with the tools designers need to shape the next generation of products and services. Loosely defined, service is the relationship …

Four short links: 25 August 2015

Seven Microservices Anti-Patterns — One common mistake people made with SOA were misunderstanding how to achieve the re-usability of services. Teams mostly focused on technical cohesion rather than functional regarding reusability. For example, several services functioned as a data access …

The cloud-native future

Can you release new features to your customers every week? Every day? Every hour? Do new developers deploy code on their first day, or even during job interviews? Can you sleep soundly after a new hire’s deployment knowing your applications …

Four short links: 24 August 2015

This World of Ours (PDF) — funny and accurate skewering of the modern security researcher. In the real world, threat models are much simpler (see Figure 1). Basically, you’re either dealing with Mossad or not-Mossad. If your adversary is not-Mossad, …

Four short links: 21 August 2015

Doing Science on the Web (Alex Russell) — Minimizing harm to the ecosystem from experiments-gone-wrong […] This illustrates what happens when experiments inadvertently become critical infrastructure. It has happened before. Over, and over, and over again. Imma need therapy for …

Batten down the hatches

Massive software vulnerabilities have been surfacing with increasingly high visibility, and the world’s computer administrators are repeatedly thrust into the cycle of confusion, anxiety, patching and waiting for the Next Big One. The list of high profile vulnerabilities in widely …

Data-driven neuroscience

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Radar Podcast to track the technologies and people that will shape our world in the years to come. In this week’s Radar Podcast, O’Reilly’s Mac Slocum chats with Bradley Voytek, an assistant professor of cognitive science …

Design is how users feel when experiencing products

Subscribe to the O’Reilly Design Podcast, our podcast exploring how experience design — and experience designers — are shaping business, the Internet of Things, and other domains. In this week’s Design Podcast episode, I sit down with Cindy Alvarez, a …

Four short links: 20 August 2015

Stanford Automata — Stanford course covers finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing machines, undecidable problems, and intractable problems (NP-completeness). Oura — very nice wearable, with no UI to worry about. Put it on, and it’s on. (via Fast Company) Science Isn’t …

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