MMS • Helen Beal
Dojo’s were a popular topic at DevOps Enterprise Summit London 2020, appearing initially in Gene Kim’s opening remarks on the first day of the three-day virtual conference when he referred to Target’s dojo framework as shared in the IT Revolution Forum ebook. The concept went on to feature in talks from adidas, Virgin Atlantic, Comcast, Sky, Verizon, US Bank and Walmart.
By Helen Beal
MMS • Alex Blewitt
A developer’s machine, compromised by attackers, was able to use Safari auto-fill to log into passwords.google.com, disable 2FA and extract passwords without notification. InfoQ spoke to Amos (@fasterthanlime) on Twitter about his experience and advice for others who might find themselves in the same situation. Read on to find out what happened, and what you should do to protect your assets.
By Alex Blewitt
MMS • Aditya Kulkarni
Podcast: Nora Jones on Resilience Engineering, Mental Models, and Learning from Incidents
MMS • Nora Jones
In this podcast, Nora Jones, Co-Founder and CEO at Jeli and co-author of O’Reilly’s “Chaos Engineering: System Resiliency in Practice”, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: chaos engineering and resilience engineering, planning and running effective chaos experiments, and learning from incidents.
By Nora Jones
MMS • Steef-Jan Wiggers
Recently Couchbase announced the general availability of Couchbase Cloud, a fully managed Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS). The Cloud NoSQL service is currently available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft Azure and Google will follow by the end of the year.
By Steef-Jan Wiggers
MMS • Bruno Couriol
High Resolution Time Level 2 joined the list of web standards. The new standard updates and replaces the previous High Resolution Time Level Level 1 standard. Level 2 strengthens the reliability and precision of performance monitoring, animations, audio cues, and synchronization between browsing contexts.
By Bruno Couriol
MMS • Vincent Warmerdam
Vincent Warmerdam talks about cautionary tales of mistakes that might happen when we let data scientists on a goose chase for accuracy. It may surprise us, but highly accurate models are more damaging than the inaccurate ones. He shares some work that his team is doing to make sure that chatbots don’t fall into this trap.
By Vincent Warmerdam
MMS • Denise Yu
Denise Yu covers a brief history of distributed computing, presents a survey of key academic contributions to distributed systems theory including the CAP theorem and the FLP correctness result, and digs into why network partitions are inevitable today. Denise Yu talks about why one needs to account for the human factor when designing a complex system.
By Denise Yu