Category : IT

by Frank - 4 months ago

IDG Contributor Network: Containers are eating the world

Containers are fast becoming the unit of packaging and deployment for enterprise applications. Many in IT still see containers as merely the next step in the logical progression that began with the move physical servers to virtual machines, bringing...

by Frank - 4 months ago

Stdlib roadmap: JavaScript will finally get a standard library

Known for its lack of a large standard library, JavaScript is set to gain a much more functional and larger standard library, under a third-party initiative happening outside the JavaScript standardization process. The library also will serve the No...

by Frank - 4 months ago

3 enterprise GitHub projects from Microsoft

Open source is everywhere, and is quickly becoming the new norm for how companies approach software development. We take a look at some of the open source projects on GitHub created by Microsoft that can help make life easier for IT teams in organiz...

by Frank - 4 months ago

What Facebook and the CLOUD Act mean for cloud privacy

Enterprises have enough to worry about with the data breaches that seem to occur each week, but now you're learning that social networking systems are gathering and using all sorts of data about everyone. Not only information about you, your friends...

by Frank - 4 months ago

Users review API management tools

APIs have been around for a while. In the last decade, however, a new generation of standards-based APIs has transformed enterprise computing. Combining the Representational State Transfer (REST) approach with JSON and HTTP, APIs today make it possi...

by Frank - 4 months ago

11 signs you’re writing great code

Bill Sourour has a great post on Medium about code he’s ashamed of from an ethical standpoint. But there are also a lot of technical reasons to be ashamed of your software. Here are the 11 adjectives that describe software you won’t be ashamed of. N...

by Frank - 4 months ago

4 enterprise GitHub projects from Google

Open source is everywhere, and is quickly becoming the new norm for how companies approach software development. Here, we take at a look at some of the open source projects on GitHub created by Google that can help make life easier for IT teams in o...

by Frank - 4 months ago

15 Java frameworks that give developers a boost

Java development frameworks can help developers get an application up and running faster, offering code reuse and eliminating the task of building boilerplate code. Developers have many choices of Java frameworks. Here are 15 prime choices for build...

by Frank - 4 months ago

IDG Contributor Network: Demystifying machine learning

Last year was massive for the creation of exponential technologies leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning. AI is a hot topic. Without realizing it, many of us now interact with AI on a daily, if not an hourly, basis. Yet AI and robo...

by Frank - 4 months ago

3 key steps for running chaos engineering experiments

Chaos engineering is the practice of running thoughtful, planned experiments that teach us how our systems behave in the face of failure. Given the trends around dynamic cloud environments and the rise of microservices, the web continues to grow in...

by Frank - 4 months ago

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

Microsoft’s open source development tool is an important piece of the developer’s toolkit. Built using GitHub’s cross-platform Electron framework, Visual Studio Code is a full-featured development editor that supports a wide selection of languages a...

by Frank - 4 months ago

BrandPost: Use More Cores to Speed Execution

It seems obvious, right? All those cores in that CPU ready and waiting for your elegant, threaded and parallelized code to blast off, reducing execution time to a small fraction of what it used to be. Or that’s the thought process. In reality, threa...