Pedro Cruz and Brad Topol discuss Call for Code, a global developer competition that uses open source technologies to address natural disasters.
Kay Williams explores key lessons for building strong open source communities based on Microsoft’s real-world experience with Kubernetes and VSCode.
Tiffani Bell shares three lessons she's learned exploring how technology can help the less fortunate.
You’ve probably heard the term “dark web,” but what does it actually mean?
Innovation has the power to change industries, but new technology doesn’t always mean you need a new business model.
Roger Magoulas explains how O’Reilly’s Radar methodology identifies emerging tech trends businesses need to know.
Hadley Stern on how blockchain technology will affect you and your business.
Marie Wieck describes how blockchain can transform business processes and value chains.
Jennifer Pahlka on making government services more accessible by starting with the user.
Experts explore software architecture security, design heuristics, Next Architecture, and more.
Experts explore cloud native infrastructure, SRE, distributed systems, and more.
James Burke asks if we can use data and predictive analytics to take the guesswork out of prediction.
The internet itself is a changing context—we’re right to worry about data flows, but we also have to worry about the context changing even when data doesn’t flow.
Radar spots and explores emerging technology themes so organizations can succeed amid constant change.
Amanda Pustilnik highlights potential applications of data from new technologies that capture brain-based processes.
Joseph Lubin explains how Ethereum can help with new innovations like cryptocurrencies, automated and self-executing legal agreements, and self-sovereign identity.
Taking blockchain technology private for the enterprise.
When we finally find the best use cases for blockchains, they may look like nothing we would have expected.
Martha Lane Fox considers the unintended consequences of technology.
Successful projects will think seriously about what blockchains mean, and how to use them effectively.
Don’t pigeonhole blockchain as a technology that’s primarily useful for finance.
Unpacking the complexity of blockchain, term by term.
Catherine Mulligan discusses the implications of blockchain on distributed systems and what needs to be addressed to build and maintain these systems effectively.
Bitcoin showed us a new way of moving value around the internet. Neha Narula considers how this paradigm might apply to databases that cross organizational boundaries.