News

ossna-co-located.jpg

Open Source Summit
Check out the co-located events at Open Source Summit, including Kubernetes training & more!

Open Source Summit Features 11 Co-Located Events, Kubernetes Training, Security Summit, LF Deep Learning Workshops & More

What makes attending Open Source Summit so valuable? The people who attend, and the sharing of information that transpires when 2,000 open source leaders from around the globe gather to work together to transform technology. In addition to education opportunities stemming from 250+ conference...
Read 0 Comments

Facebook Open Sources Library to Enhance Latest Transport Layer Security Protocol

For several years, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has been working to improve the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which is designed to help developers protect data as it moves around the internet. Facebook created an API library called Fizz to enhance the latest version, TLS 1....
Read 0 Comments

7 Python Libraries for More Maintainable Code

A great way to protect the future maintainability of a project is to use external libraries to check your code health for you. These are a few of our favorite libraries for linting code(checking for PEP 8 and other style errors), enforcing a consistent style, and ensuring acceptable test coverage...
Read 0 Comments

Getting to Know Grommet, an Open Source UI Dev Tool

While Grommet has been around since 2016, it is not among the best-known open source development tools. The library of reusable UI components helps developers create web applications. This overview explains what Grommet can do, the problems it addresses, and what makes it appealing. Commonly,...
Read 0 Comments

How to Balance Development Goals with Security and Privacy

As a software security evaluator and a one-time engineer, I can confirm what the daily security breaches are telling us: software engineers and architects regularly fail at building in sufficient security and privacy. As someone who has been on both sides of this table, I’d like to share some of my...
Read 0 Comments

‘Sed’ Command In Linux: Useful Applications Explained

Have you ever needed to replace some text in a file really quickly? Then you have to open up your text editor, find the line, and then type out your replacement. What if you have to do that many times? What if it isn’t also exactly the same thing and you have to run multiple searches and replace...
Read 0 Comments

Bringing Intelligence to the Edge with Cloud IoT

There are also many benefits to be gained from intelligent, real-time decision-making at the point where these devices connect to the network—what’s known as the “edge.” Manufacturing companies can detect anomalies in high-velocity assembly lines in real time. Retailers can receive alerts as soon...
Read 0 Comments

How to Lead a Disaster Recovery Exercise For Your On-Call Team

A disaster recovery exercise is a fire drill for your on-call team. The exercise is the most useful when it is as realistic as possible. A well-designed exercise will involve engineers searching through your production codebase trying to find the tools to operate on a production-like environment....
Read 0 Comments

​Opera is Available in a Snap on Linux

Opera is far from the most popular web browser, but it has its loyal fans. Now, if those fans also happen to be Linux desktop users, Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company, and Opera SA have made it easier than ever to install it on almost any Linux distribution. They've done this by packing...
Read 0 Comments

michelle-noorali.jpg

Michelle Noorali
Michelle Noorali, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, says meeting people at open source events helps her better understand how they are using cloud-native tools.

Michelle Noorali: Helping Users and Developers Consume Open Source

Open source events create the best interaction points between developers and users, and one person you’re likely to meet at these events is Michelle Noorali, one of the most visible and recognizable faces in one of the biggest open source communities: Kubernetes. Most modern software development,...
Read 0 Comments

Pages

Click Here!