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Igor and Robert nerd out on the recent Apple Keynote Event from October 13th 2020 and share their reflections about exceptional production value, new products, and Apple’s evolution as an organization.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest trends in technology. While certainly hyped, there’s little doubt that this technology paradigm has transformative potential for a huge range of industries. That said, the basic concept of integrating networked technology tools with ground-level workflows is hardly new. To
I recently published a white paper on the benefits a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system can have on your organization's overall security posture. The more I advise large global-enterprises as a consultant, the more convinced I become that exceptional tooling, paired with fine-tuning to meet the
One of the several benefits of using containers [http://docker.com] centers around your ability to build a container at the development stage, and promote it through each environment to production. This strategy keeps environments consistent throughout each environment, and allows close-to-production testing to be done earlier. Coupling this benefit
Organizations today are constantly looking for a silver bullet to cure all of their technology woes so they can deliver their products to market faster and cheaper than ever before. Typically, this treasure hunt takes the form of a single technology and is described in the broadest terms possible: cloud
> we couldn't create a new partition or locate an existing one I got this error over the weekend while trying to upgrade one of my computers to Windows 10. I was using a bootable USB built with the Media Creation Tool [http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/
I came across this great overview of each software architecture trend since the 1990's. I remember fondly (and sometimes not) dealing with systems in each of these areas - each having their own array of benefits and challenges. > If you can’t feed a team with two
My first five years as a software engineer, I worked primarily with a particular programming language. I had some responsibilities around testing and deployment scripts, but mostly I just worked with code and code-related activities. The following five years have been much different - there are entire projects that would