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What the Data Says About How Linux Kernel Developers Collaborate

Many people consider themselves a Linux kernel developer first, an employee second. Even when they enjoy their current job and like their employer, most of them tend to look at the employment relationship as something temporary, whereas their identity as a kernel developer is viewed as more...
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Secrets of Maintainable Codebases

You should write maintainable code. I assume people have told you this, at some point.  The admonishment is as obligatory as it is vague. So, I’m sure, when you heard this, you didn’t react effusively with, “oh, good idea — thanks!” If you take to the internet, you won’t need to venture far to find...
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Brendan Burns KubeCon
In his presentation at KubeCon, Brendan Burns showed how distributed systems can be created in just a few lines of code.

Democratizing Distributed Systems with Metaparticle

The best way to take some of the difficulty out of distributed systems is to include the creation of infrastructure directly in code, rather than creating separate config files. Brendan Burns, a software engineer at Microsoft, presented his solution to this problem at KubeCon last November. His...
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Apache Apex Is Promoted To Top-Level Project

The rise of interest in Apache Spark has demonstrated just how important streaming data has become in the big data ecosystem. Real-time data and the technologies that support it were perhaps the biggest stars of last month's Strata + Hadoop World conference in San Jose. So it's probably no...
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Bimodal IT: And Other Snakeoil

“Bimodal IT is the practise of managing two separate, coherent modes of IT delivery, one focused on stability and the other on agility.  Mode 1 is traditional and sequential, emphasizing safety and accuracy.  Mode 2 is exploratory and non-linear, emphasizing agility and speed.” So your Mode 1...
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