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Kubernetes has won. Docker Enterprise Edition will support rival container-wrangling tech

Blue bit-box hawker submits to rival code flocker shockerContainer darling Docker plans to make peace with its orchestration rival, Kubernetes, at …

How you can be tracked even with your GPS turned off

To most people, privacy is sacred. Even though we open ourselves up to the world on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, we still have parts of our lives that we deem only for us. Whether those the secrets you hold or the special place you visit, not everything is for worldwide consumption.<p>…

Introducing AWS AppSync – Build data-driven apps with real-time and off-line capabilities | Amazon Web Services

In this day and age, it is almost impossible to do without our mobile devices and the applications that help make our lives easier. As our dependency …

Serverless Databases: The Future of Event-Driven Architecture

In the past few months, we have witnessed interesting things in the ecosystem of serverless technologies. Many organizations are adopting serverless …

Databases

Iterative Terraform Development with Skaffold and Kubernetes

<b>Kubernetes</b> and <b>Terraform</b> are two well known foundational open source instruments for building infrastructure. They are very different by nature and …

10 JavaScript Animation Libraries to Follow in 2018

The client side of a modern day website feeds off quality animation, which has lead to a rise in the need for JavaScript animation libraries. …

JavaScript

Understanding Kubernetes through a concrete example

Kubernetes is a container orchestration system. You can think of a container as an application and multiple containers as a pod. The orchestration …

Microservices

Meet Today's Healthcare Team: Patients + Doctors + Machines

Just seven percent of respondents in England are sure they interacted with AI technology in a healthcare context—a further 12 percent suspect that …

Digital Health

Getting People to Help You

<b>Heidi Grant,</b> a social psychologist, explains the right ways and wrong ways to ask colleagues for help. She says people are much more likely to lend us a hand than we think they are; they just want it to be a rewarding experience. Grant is the author of <i>Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help …

Harvard

The Leader's Calendar

Publication Date: <b>July 01, 2018</b><p>Chief executives have tremendous resources at their disposal, but they face an acute scarcity in one critical area: time. This package examines the unique challenges CEOs face in deciding how to allocate it. In "How CEOs Manage Time," Harvard Business School's Porter …

CEOs

Build a simple app using Node JS and MySQL.

Hello world!. In this tutorial, we are going to build a simple CRUD application using Node JS and MySQL.<p>The image above shows the app. It is an …

JavaScript

Want to Be a Great Boss? Do These 7 Things Every Day

If you want your people to be great, then be sure to be a great boss. Here's how.<p>Leadership fads come and go -- entire industries are built on them -- but some fundamental principles of good leadership remain constant no matter what.<p>The fundamental values of good leadership determine just how …

Employment

Async Data Options in Vue’s Nuxt.js

There are a number of benefits to writing "Universal JavaScript" applications - applications that render full pages on the server but then after page …

Bill Gates Reads 50 Books Per Year. But Only These 6 Leadership Books Made His List of Recommendations

Of all 186 books Bill Gates has ever recommended on his personal blog, six leadership books get special attention.<p>In a 2016 interview at the <i>New York Times</i>, Bill Gates said that reading is still the "main way that I both learn new things and test my understanding." He told <i>The Times</i> he reads about 50 …

Bill Gates

JSUI

🛠A tool for visually organizing, creating and managing JavaScript projects.<br>It doesn't matter if it's a frontend or a backend app or what framework …

JavaScript async/await: The Good Part, Pitfalls and How to Use

The async/await introduced by ES7 is a fantastic improvement in asynchronous programming with JavaScript. It provided an option of using synchronous …

B-Complex Vitamins: Benefits, Side Effects and Dosage

B vitamins are a group of nutrients that play many important roles in your body.<p>Most people get the recommended amounts of these vitamins through …

Build a Basic CRUD App with Vue.js and Node

I've danced the JavaScript framework shuffle for years starting with jQuery, then on to Angular. After being frustrated with Angular's complexity, I …

How to Make the Korean Pomegranate Drink That's Helping Women Lose a Pound a Day

You know how much Americans love the refreshing tang of lemonade? That’s how folks in Asia feel about a sweet-and-sour drink made with pomegranate …

Keeping Node.js Fast: Tools, Techniques, And Tips For Making High-Performance Node.js Servers

Keeping Node.js Fast: Tools, Techniques, And Tips For Making High-Performance Node.js ServersKeeping Node.js Fast: Tools, Techniques, And Tips For …

Yes, React is taking over front

<i>The focus of this article is about React’s popularity and not how it compares to other frameworks or libraries</i><p>Here are a few reasons why React has …

Who Knew Blockchain Could Make Government This Easy? This Italian CIO, That’s Who.

The Italian province of South Tyrol is best known for its alpine mountains and ski resorts. With the highest concentration of Michelin-starred …

Serverless 101: How to Get Serverless Started in the Enterprise

In the beginning, there was bare metal, and it was good.<p>Single-tenant servers were fast, reliable and secure — beholden only to their master. Verily, …

New Developers: Want to Hack your Coding Interviews? Start with this one simple item.

I have had many different jobs in the past 20 years, and the one thing that has always interested me is interview hacking.<p><i>What can I do now to make</i> …

Boot Camp

The Eisenhower matrix: How to decide on what’s important and urgent (without a to-do list)

Dwight Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States between the years, 1953 to 1961.<p>Before this, Eisenhower was a five-star general in the …

How, Even As an Introvert, I Still Learned to Close Sales

A follow-up email and a smile on your face -- even one that your prospect can't see -- can help nail that sale.<p>6 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>A lot has been written about famous introverted entrepreneurs and about how introverts possess skills that naturally …

Build Your Confidence In Three Months By Doing These 3 Things Now

Confidence is like a muscle, the more you build it the stronger it will be<p>Confidence, it's something we all want and yet struggle to have consistently. Why? Because building confidence is like learning a new sport, you have to work at it every day. Just like learning tennis, it requires discipline. …

Self-improvement

The Long View of the Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and ICOs

By Stankevicius MGM<p>Article written by TK Wong - Managing Partner, FarSight Capital (tk@farsight.vc) & Chairman, WeGoGo, https://www.tkwong.com/<p>Everything and anything that has value will eventually be tokenised. I believe, that what HTML has done for content, Blockchain will do for value and all …

The Power of Positive Leadership

• <b>Author:</b> Jon Gordon<p>We are not positive because life is easy. We are positive because life can be hard. As a leader, you will face numerous obstacles, negativity, and tests. There will be times when it seems as if everything in the world is conspiring against you and your vision seems more like a …

How to enjoy an anti-inflammatory diet (which could save your life)

Inflammatory foods could increase the risk of aggressive breast cancer, researchers suggested this week, and a new study points the finger firmly at processed convenience foods and ‘lazy cooking’.<p>It found that women who ate the most inflammatory foods were 39 per cent more likely to develop any …