MMS • Elad Amit
An outstanding FinOps practice can not only save money but also lead to better customer experience and smarter product design when integrated into the infrastructure and application design process.
Read about PerimeterX’s FinOps journey in this practical article.
By Elad Amit
MMS • Sergio De Simone
System is a low-level library Apple introduced at its last WWDC conference to provide an idiomatic and type-safe interface to system calls and currency types usually available at the OS level. In keeping with Apple’s aim to push Swift as a cross-platform development ecosystem, System has been source to make it easier for programmers to contribute to its further development across platforms.
By Sergio De Simone
MMS • Nora Jones
Nora Jones focuses on the Before and After phases of developing Chaos Engineering experiments (whether they be gamedays or driven by software) and develops important questions to ask with each of these phases. She digs into some of the Ironies of Automation present with Chaos Engineering today.
By Nora Jones
MMS • Ben Linders Larry English
The book Office Optional by Larry English describes how employees from Centric work virtually within a culture that contributes to the business’s success and employee happiness. The stories in this book provide insights into how working remotely looks, building relationships and trust in a virtual environment, managing remote teams, and recruiting and hiring people for remote working.
By Ben Linders, Larry English
MMS • Anthony Alford
Microsoft announced an agreement with OpenAI to license OpenAI’s GPT-3 deep-learning model for natural-language processing (NLP). Although Microsoft’s announcement says it has “exclusively” licensed the model, OpenAI will continue to offer access to the model via its own API.
By Anthony Alford
MMS • Ben Evans Uday Tatiraju Erik Costlow Michael Redlich
This article provides a summary of how the InfoQ editorial team currently sees the adoption of technology and emerging trends within the Java space in 2020. We focus on Java the language, as well as related languages like Kotlin and Scala, the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and Java-based frameworks and utilities.
By Ben Evans, Uday Tatiraju, Erik Costlow, Michael Redlich
Podcast: Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais on Software Architecture, Team Topologies, and Platforms
MMS • Matthew Skelton Manuel Pais
In this podcast, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, co-authors of the book Team Topologies, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the role of a modern software architect, how team design impacts software architecture, creating “team APIs” in order to reduce cognitive load, and the benefits of building a “thinnest viable platform”.
By Matthew Skelton, Manuel Pais