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Nicole Forsgren shares results and stories behind high-performing technology-driven teams and organizations.
Dave Andrews explains how to wield the power of a global 50 Tbps application delivery network to ensure maximum availability during and after a change.
Tracy Lee helps you think differently about how to increase diversity in technology with open source.
Bryan Liles explains how to evaluate and integrate new declarative application management practices into continuous integration pipelines.
Kyle York explores the scale, complexity, and volatility of the internet and the risk it poses to your applications and infrastructure.
Martin Woodward shares key data points from Microsoft's journey to DevOps.
Cory Doctorow fields questions on the future of the web, privacy, and net neutrality.
Renee Orser explains how to monitor the human networks within your engineering teams using models similar to your distributed technology systems.
Lin Clark explains what browser vendors need to do over the next few years to ensure their browsers, and the web itself, meet upcoming demands.
Natalie Silvanovich discusses the link between feature complexity, developer error, and security vulnerabilities.
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Cory Doctorow says the right to configure technology is the signature right of the 21st century.
Scott Davis explains why accessibility should be just as important to you as a mobile design strategy was 10 years ago.
Tamar Bercovici details how the team at Box has constructed its database stack to handle an ever-growing query load and data set.
Javier Garza details the ingredients you need to build and deliver an app your users will love.
Astrid Atkinson discusses techniques for building systems that are resilient by design.
Cherie Wong shares common developer pain points and recipes to solve them using AWS.
Kris Nova looks at the four metrics that help you decide if running stateful applications in Kubernetes is worth the risk.
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The benefits of modeling data as events as a mechanism to evolve our software systems.
Taking blockchain technology private for the enterprise.
How to identify when a fit has been achieved, and how to exit the explore stage and start exploiting a product with its identified market.
An overview of common design patterns for navigation that will ensure users can find and use features in an application.
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The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Ashok Srivastava on the emergence of machine learning and AI for enterprise applications.
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Use cases of AI and ML to help businesses build better defenses today and in the near future.
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The O’Reilly Podcast: Tammy Butow and Annie Lau on the importance of creating a culture of learning.
Why model development does not equal software development.
Considerations based on experience with Fortune 500 clients.
When we finally find the best use cases for blockchains, they may look like nothing we would have expected.
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A commitment to multi-modal learning is better than grasping for single-modality solutions that don’t deliver.
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Ben Brown on why messaging design will become as important as responsive design.
Christine Foster discusses how today’s academic papers turn into tomorrow’s data science.
Louise Beaumont explores the five characteristics of companies that choose to succeed.
Martha Lane Fox considers the unintended consequences of technology.
Having worked in both research and industry, Mikio Braun shares insights into what's the same, what's different, and how deep learning might change the game.
Zubin Siganporia explains how the KISS principle (“Keep It Simple, Stupid”) applies to solving problems and convincing end-users to adopt data-driven solutions to their challenges.
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The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: A special episode to mark the 100th episode.
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Successful projects will think seriously about what blockchains mean, and how to use them effectively.
Tips for creating corporate education programs through applied learning techniques.
Mick Hollison, Sven Löffler, and Robert Neumann explain how Deutsche Telekom is harnessing machine learning and analytics in the cloud to build Europe’s largest IoT data marketplace.
Eva Kaili outlines the fundamentals of GDPR and applications of blockchain.
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Pierre Romera explores the challenges in making 1.4 TB of data securely available to journalists all over the world.