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Google and VMware Establish Partnership, Enabling VMware Migrations to Google Cloud Platform

In a recent blog post, Google announced support for running VMware vSphere-based workloads in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This capability is enabled through a partner solution by CloudSimple and leverages VMware’s software-defined data center (SDCC) technologies. Using this approach organizations can bridge their GCP cloud computing investments with their existing

Presentation: Breaking Hierarchy – How Spotify Enables Engineer Decision Making

Kristian Lindwall shares how Spotify approaches the problem of fully leveraging the capacity of everyone in the organization. They have made efforts around how they position their engineers equal to managers, how they drive technical strategy and make decisions. He talks about useful models for structures and decision making, and

Article: Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon New York 2019

The 8th edition of QCon New York (June 24-26, 2019) wasn’t just a software conference, it was the software conference where leading shops like Slack, Google, Uber, and Netflix opened their doors and shared engineering successes and failures. Over 1200 software engineers came together for technical talks, panels, AMAs, open

Presentation: Machine-to-Machine Interfaces

Ari Lerner explores the ever-expanding world of machine-to-machine interfaces and presents a real-world use-case for all the buzzwords, including the blockchain, micropayments, and api-driven single-purpose services. By Ari Lerner Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe to notifications and continue working with this website."}};

Presentation: Psychologically Safe Process Evolution in a Flat Structure

Christopher Lucian shares practical ideas on how to add evolutionary management and process iteration into your company, such as establishing a safe environment for collaboration, encouraging new ideas to emerge, decentralizing the process identifying good and bad patterns by relating to successes and failures, escape complacency by allowing the good

Introducing CircleCI Windows Support, a CI/CD Pipeline on a Windows Virtual Machine

CircleCI has recently announced Windows support, expanding its current set of supported execution environments that already support Linux, Docker, and macOS. CircleCI Windows support enables users to run their CI/CD pipeline on a Windows virtual machine. By Diogo Carleto Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow”

Overstock’s share price has plummeted. Is it Trump’s trade war? Bad results? Nope, its CEO has gone bonkers…

Just what is Patrick Byrne's role in the Deep State? He's here to tell you Comment  How much of a company's value is tied up in its leadership?… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe to notifications and continue working with this website."}};

Chrome add-on warns netizens when they use a leaked password. Sometimes, they even bother to change it

Alerted to exposed credentials, users do something about it roughly a quarter of the time Between February and March this year, after Google released a Chrome extension called Password Checkup to check whether people's username and password combinations had been stolen and leaked from website databases, computer scientists at the