Why your choice of Java Virtual Machine (JVM) matters more than ever
Posted on March 22, 2023, Level advanced Resource Length medium
In my recent interview with Software Daily, I discussed that there are many companies looking for better customer experience, faster execution, and lower infrastructure costs... and that they have discovered a better use of Java to help them with just that. By John Ceccarelli.
Tags jvm software web-development software-architecture app-development
Embracing the power of functional programming: A comprehensive guide
Posted on March 16, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Functional programming has steadily gained traction in the software development world, thanks to its ability to create more maintainable, efficient, and robust code. By Arthur Frank.
Tags functional-programming programming performance software
Time to look at the role of the CISO differently
Posted on January 21, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length long
What is now required is political acumen, managerial experience and personal gravitas, more than raw technology skills. By JC Gaillard.
Tags miscellaneous cio cloud software
NVIDIA Grace CPU superchip architecture in depth
Posted on January 20, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length long
NVIDIA Grace CPU is the first data center CPU developed by NVIDIA. By combining NVIDIA expertise with Arm processors, on-chip fabrics, System-on-Chip (SoC) design, and resilient high-bandwidth low-power memory technologies, the NVIDIA Grace CPU was built from the ground up to create the world's first superchips for computing. By Jonathon Evans, Ian Finder, Ivan Goldwasser, John Linford, Vishal Mehta, Daniel Ruiz and Mathias Wagner.
Tags miscellaneous cloud performance software distributed
How desktop and GPU virtualisation power up automotive innovation
Posted on October 27, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
With the race towards autonomy becoming fiercer, the costs to use these new enabling technologies are rising exponentially. Moreover, the need for talent and experts across the world is forcing companies to shift to remote work. You've probably heard of virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) and vGPUs (virtual GPUs), but why would you need one and how could they help your company? By Bertrand Boisseau.
Tags robotics linux miscellaneous software how-to teams
Huawei CSO: Open-source can play a key role in creating a sustainable future
Posted on September 21, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Open-source technology can play an important role in tackling the climate emergency by offering greater opportunities for collaboration and shared learning on key issues. By Leigh Mc Gowran.
Tags software cio app-development miscellaneous open-source
How agile project managers lead software development teams to success
Posted on September 18, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Whether you're building websites for an ad agency or software for a company, it's important to understand how to lead your team to success and make your customer happy. Here's what you need to be an agile PM, also known as a Scrum Master. By Donovan Rittenbach.
Tags software app-development cloud cio agile
How to build low-code mixed-reality apps in Power Apps, AI Builder and HoloLens
Posted on September 3, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Off-the-shelf tools and components like Power Apps, AI Builder and HoloLens let you deliver your own industrial metaverse at a low cost. Microsoft's low-code Power Platform is a key piece of its business software suite. By sitting between Microsoft 365's productivity tools and the Dynamics 365 line-of-business applications, it's a way to build out custom workflows and add your own user experiences. By Simon Bisson.
Tags software-architecture big-data bots management data-science software
Fewer working hours, more productivity
Posted on July 14, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
It seems like a counterintuitive question: how can employees get more done in less time? Surely, if we want employees to be productive, we need to give them more time to work, not less? But recent studies have shown that shorter working hours can lead to increased productivity. By @quire.io.
Tags miscellaneous performance app-development software
Don't mix refactorings with behavior changes
Posted on June 16, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Probably the biggest reason not to mix refactorings with behavior changes is that it makes it too easy to make a mistake. By Jason Swett.
Tags programming code-refactoring software app-development devops
What exactly should we be logging?
Posted on May 15, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
As a security architect and the technical leader for the Logging Made Easy project, I am often asked "what logs should I be collecting?" I absolutely hate the standard 'it depends' response. So, I've been answering with a question of my own: "For what?" This has led to a number of interesting discussions on the topic of who should be logging what, and when. By Adam B.
Tags infosec devops programming learning software how-to
OOP vs Type Classes: Ideology
Posted on May 14, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
This is the 1st article of a series that explores the difference between OOP design, and parametric polymorphism with Type Classes, as both are possible in Scala. By Alexandru Nedelcu.
Tags oop programming learning software