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The Best DevOps is NoOps

How’s the monitoring going on the servers? Do we have a memory leak? Have you installed the latest security patches? Let’s launch another staging …

ONAP in OPNFV - Bryan Sullivan, AT&T

Intro to ONAP - the Open Network Automation Platform

Which industry will artificial intelligence disrupt next?

Machine learning is becoming more prevalent than ever before and is slowly integrating into our day–to–day lives. From maximizing efficiency in the workplace to better understanding how consumers emotionally connect to brands, services and products, the applications of artificial intelligence seem …

Artificial Intelligence

77 Motivational Quotes That Will Give You Courage

It takes courage to live your life the way you want, especially when you're changing the world.<p>Every entrepreneur needs courage. It takes courage to quit your day job. It takes courage to start a business. It takes courage to remain flexible. It takes courage to pivot. It's fair to say that without …

Hack This: An Overdue Python Primer

A very short introduction.<p>In writing the most recent Hack This ("Scrape the Web with Beautiful Soup") I again found myself trapped between the competing causes of blog-brevity and making sure everything is totally clear for non-programmers. It's a tough spot! Recapping every little Python (the …

Why do CPUs have multiple cache levels?

This is a reader question from “jlforrest” that seems worth answering in more detail than just a single sentence:I understand the need for a cache …

Software Development

My current blogging workflow

Admittedly, my publishing pace has been down for a while, but I’m working to get it back to its former levels. This reboot has been a good chance to …

Web Development

15 Python Libraries for Data Science

If you’ve read our introduction to Python, you already know that it’s one of the most widely used programming languages today, celebrated for its …

5 Reasons Why There Are No Bad Teams, Just Bad Leaders | Inc.com

This is a common theme in the military and a philosophy embraced by good leaders. It embodies the reality that if leaders have built a great team and are providing sound leadership, there is no reason the team can't succeed and win.<p>In their New York Times best-selling book, <i>Extreme Ownership</i>, former …

Leadership

11 Phrases Intelligent People Say Every Day (and So Should You) | Inc.com

Every success is based on action, but every action starts with a thought. That's why every worthwhile accomplishment starts with a change in perspective, or a new connection, or a renewed sense of purpose and motivation.<p>And sometimes success starts with remembering what is important to you -- and …

Self-improvement

Hello, TensorFlow!

The TensorFlow project is bigger than you might realize. The fact that it's a library for deep learning, and its connection to Google, has helped …

How This Designer Took More Than 20 Years to Create the Perfect To-Do List

The designer of the popular Bullet Journal, Ryder Carroll, explains how he spent 20 years developing the perfect to-do list.<p>When Brooklyn-based designer Ryder Carroll was a kid struggling to control his attention deficit disorder, he was taught that the best way to remember something was simple: …

4 Organizational Mistakes That Plague Modern Knowledge Workers

vincent tsui FOR HBR<p>In the new world of “work without walls,” work happens in brains instead of factories, in open floor plans instead of private offices, and at soccer games, beaches, and coffee houses in addition to corporate headquarters. And yet in my work with clients, I often discover old …

Nextrans

좋은 인재는 강력한 동기를 가지고 있다.<br>그 동기가 외부로부터 온 것이든 자발적 동기든 간에 업무를 어쩐 환경하에서도 반드시 퀄리티있게 마무리해야한다는 강력한 내적 동기가 존재한다.<br>그런 동기가 없으면 일을 지속해 나갈 힘이 없어진다.<br>스스로에게 수많은 이유와 변명을 …

New app brings Amazon's Alexa to the iPhone

Amazon started to expand Alexa's reach with the Echo Dot, and now the company's voice assistant is showing up in even more places. Lexi is a new app that lets iOS 9.0 devices connect with Alexa — meaning if you've got an iPhone, you can now talk to Amazon's assistant without having to buy an Echo …

Your Own Personal WiFi Storage

Our kids have reached the age – at ages 4, 4, and 7 respectively – that taking longer trips with them is now possible without everyone losing what's …

Wi-Fi

Reading with intention can change your life

A random sampling of the world’s most successful people will show one common trait: a love of reading. Reading is the easiest way to continue the learning process, increase empathy, boost creativity, and even just unwind from a long day. But books can also change the way we think and live.<p>Warren …

Creativity

5 Traits Of The Worst Leaders And How To Avoid Them

Carelessness, name-calling, perfectionism: there are about as many terrible leadership traits as there are bad leaders themselves. In case your lunch group isn’t already bemoaning just how common less-than-stellar leaders are, we’ll be the first to break the news: there are a lot of bad leaders …

Gymnastics

Doing Agile vs. Being Agile

Doing Agile and Being Agile are different. Here is a popular infographic that explains what Agile really is and illustrates common misunderstandings …

Project Management

Forget the Cloud - 'The Fog' Is the Next Big Thing

The cloud is at the center of nearly every tech giant’s strategy, from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) to Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Google. And why shouldn’t it be? Everything’s moving to the cloud, where enormous data centers store millions of terabytes of information and run …

Internet of Things

HBR's Embrace Of Agile

The article, “Embracing Agile,” in the current issue of <i>Harvard Business Review</i> by Darrell K. Rigby, Jeff Sutherland and Hirotaka Takeuchi is a landmark in the history of management, not just the history of Agile and its major variant, Scrum.<p>In 2011, I wrote: “If there was a Nobel Prize for …

Project Management

What My Three Years At Netflix Taught Me About Scaling A Startup

Ariel Tseitlin began working on Netflix’s cloud platform in 2011. Here’s what it taught him about culture and high-speed innovation.<p>I joined Netflix at the beginning of 2011, just as the company was making the transition from operating in the data center to the public cloud. My job was to help …

The Software Developer’s Library: A Treasure Trove of Books for People Who Love Code

A treasure trove of books for people who love code. Curated by Eric Elliott.<p>Arranged by topic, loosely in learning order.<p>A Note to Beginners<p>I learned …

David Riddoch on Bypassing the Kernel and Hypervisor for Network I/O, Solarflare, OpenOnload

Hi. I'm the chief architect at Solarflare. Solaflare makes the world's fastest Ethernet network adapters.<p>On the one hand they're just good network …

The Reading Habits of Ultra-Successful People

Want to know one habit ultra-successful people have in common?<p>They read. A lot.<p>In fact, when Warren Buffett was once asked about the key to success, he pointed to a stack of nearby books and said, "Read 500 pages like this every day. That's how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. …

The Important Habit of Just Starting

Every single day, my to-do list is a reminder of all the <i>other</i> projects I haven’t started. The passion projects that I ‘just don’t have time’ to do. …