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Highlights from the O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference in London 2016

Watch highlights covering software architecture, microservices, distributed systems, and more. From the O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference in London 2016. Experts from across the software architecture world came together in London for the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference. Show More Summary

The architecture of uncertainty

Kevlin Henney explains how uncertainty, lack of knowledge, and options can be used to drive a system’s architecture and its development schedule. Continue reading The architecture of uncertainty.

High-performance teams

Patrick Kua explores why and how software architects should care about high-performance teams. Continue reading High-performance teams.

Am I only streaming? Thinking Reactive

Rob Harrop looks at how we can use the concepts of CSP, Actors, and Reactive as powerful tools for reasoning about our systems. Continue reading Am I only streaming? Thinking Reactive.

The evolution of software architecture

Mark Richards discusses the factors that have enabled the evolution of software architecture over the past three decades and explores what the future of software architecture might look like. Continue reading The evolution of software architecture.

Listening to the design pressures

Martin Thompson explores emergent designs and working practices that succeed in areas where the design pressures quickly cull that which does not deliver. Continue reading Listening to the design pressures.

Microservices: Pros and cons

Taking opposing sides, Rachel Laycock and Cassie Shum debate the merits of microservices. Continue reading Microservices: Pros and cons.

3 challenges for artificial intelligence in medicine

Overcoming the dearth of labeled data, deployment issues, and regulation fears to increase the use of AI in health care. Why is the world’s most advanced AI used for cat videos, but not to help us live longer and healthier lives? Here,...Show More Summary

Danielle Malik on mentoring the next generation of designers

The O’Reilly Design Podcast: Design education, mentoring, and what design skills matter the most. In this week’s Design Podcast, I sit down with Danielle Malik, designer, owner, and mentor at Design Equation. We talk about mentoringShow More Summary

Shivon Zilis on the machine intelligence landscape, and Bot Day wrap-up

The O’Reilly Bots Podcast: Bots are the new web. In this episode of the O’Reilly Bots Podcast, Pete Skomoroch and I recap O’Reilly Bot Day, held October 19, 2016, in San Francisco. The event gave us a good picture of what the bot community—and...Show More Summary

Four short links: 27 October 2016

Device Time, Ingenious Hardware, Parsing JSON, and Tech Awesome Family Device Use Plan -- American Association of Pediatrics made a guide based on revised data in papers in the Pediatrics journal, which gives you plenty of options about when and where you can return your developing minds to the real world. Show More Summary

6 ways to hack the O’Reilly Security Conference CFP

Tips for writing a successful proposal for the O'Reilly Security Conference. Recently, we provided an inside look at the call for proposals (CFP) process for the O’Reilly Security Conference. In that post, we focused on how we managed CFP review, the metrics from our 2016 events, and our overall approach to shaping the conference. Show More Summary

Google infrastructure for everyone else

Five questions for Björn Rabenstein: Insights on Kubernetes, Prometheus, and more. I recently sat down with Björn Rabenstein, production engineer at SoundCloud and co-developer of Prometheus, to discuss Google-inspired tools and why Kubernetes and Prometheus work so well together. Show More Summary

Brendan O’Connor on security as a monoculture

The O’Reilly Security Podcast: Building cathedrals, empowering the watchers, and breaking out of the security monoculture. In this episode, I talk with Brendan O’Connor, a security researcher, lawyer (but not your lawyer) and owner of security consulting firm Malice Afterthought. Show More Summary

Visualizing Value: How to Align Teams with Experience Mapping

Jim Kalbach explains how he uses maps as collaborative tools, highlighting the importance of value alignment, and demonstrates how to engage others in workshops and exercises. Continue reading Visualizing Value: How to Align Teams with Experience Mapping.

Data science gophers

Python and R are widely accepted as logical languages for data science—but what about Go? If you follow the data science community, you have very likely seen something like “language wars” unfold between Python and R users. They seem to be the only choices. Show More Summary

TensorFlow for mobile poets

Running your image classifier in your own iOS application. In TensorFlow for Poets, I showed how you could train a neural network to recognize objects using your own custom images. The next step is getting that model into users’ hands,...Show More Summary

How leaders can build a great culture: Own it, articulate it, live it

Don’t underestimate this emergent property of your organization. Culture has been a topic of interest ever since some sage declared that it eats strategy for breakfast (or lunch—the exact origins of the maxim are murky). While thereShow More Summary

Mark Wright and Darren Beck on the IoT and sustainability

The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: How connected devices are leading to energy and cost savings. In this episode of the Hardware Podcast, I speak with Mark Wright, director of product management at Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center,...Show More Summary

Building a data-driven culture

O'Reilly Podcast: Qubole founder Ashish Thusoo on the importance of self-service data. What does it take to build a data-driven culture? In this O’Reilly Podcast episode, I pose that question to Ashish Thusoo, founder of Qubole. With his co-founder Joydeep Sen Sarma, Thusoo built a self-service data infrastructure at Facebook beginning in 2007. Show More Summary

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