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Chaos Engineering: Why the World Needs More Resilient Systems

Posted by Tammy Butow  on  Jun 21, 2018 Posted by Tammy Butow Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 21, 2018

Tammy Butow shares her experiences using chaos engineering to build resilient systems, when they couldn’t build their systems from scratch.

Architecture & Design Follow 1877 Followers

Pragmatic Resiliency: Super 6 & Sky Bet Evolution

Posted by Michael Maibaum  on  Jun 20, 2018 Posted by Michael Maibaum Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 20, 2018

Michael Maibaum talks about the reality of adapting a complex set of interacting, highly coupled applications to make them more resilient and better able to cope with failure.

Culture & Methods Follow 576 Followers

Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Posted by Kevin Goldsmith  on  Jun 08, 2018 1 Posted by Kevin Goldsmith Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 08, 2018 1

Kevin Goldsmith shows what Avvo has done to build a foundation for a continuous improvement culture.

Architecture & Design Follow 1877 Followers

Fault Tolerance Is a Requirement, Not a Feature

Posted by Adar Danait  on  Jun 02, 2018 Posted by Adar Danait Follow 1 Followers , Lilian Ernest Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 02, 2018

Adar Danait and Lilian Ernest discuss best practices and recommendations for using Hystrix circuit breaker for microservices.

AI, ML & Data Engineering Follow 761 Followers

Tools to Put Deep Learning Models in Production

Posted by Sahil Dua  on  Jun 01, 2018 Posted by Sahil Dua Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 01, 2018

Sahil Dua discusses how supports data scientists by making it easy to put their models in production, and how they optimize their model prediction infrastructure for latency or throughput.

Architecture & Design Follow 1877 Followers

Microservices: API Re-Platforming @Expedia

Posted by Mariano Albera  on  May 26, 2018 Posted by Mariano Albera Follow 1 Followers  on  May 26, 2018

Mariano Albera describes how the Expedia Affiliate Network unit underwent a massive replatforming project that moved from an on-prem monolith to a cloud-based microservice architecture.

Architecture & Design Follow 1877 Followers

How Comcast Embraced Open

Posted by Nithya Ruff  on  May 24, 2018 Posted by Nithya Ruff Follow 0 Followers , Shilla Saebi Follow 0 Followers  on  May 24, 2018

Nithya Ruff and Shilla Saebi share tips on how to change an organization’s mindset towards embracing open source and inclusiveness, community building, and contributing upstream.

Architecture & Design Follow 1877 Followers

Ford Motor Company’s Cloud Native Reference Application

Posted by Todd Hall  on  May 24, 2018 Posted by Todd Hall Follow 0 Followers  on  May 24, 2018

Todd Hall discusses Ford’s PCF reference application and its role in describing a default set of patterns and practices for their teams.

AI, ML & Data Engineering Follow 761 Followers

Self-Racing Using Deep Neural Networks: Lap 2

Posted by Jendrik Joerdening  on  May 23, 2018 Posted by Jendrik Joerdening Follow 1 Followers , Anthony Navarro Follow 1 Followers  on  May 23, 2018

Jendrik Joerdening and Anthony Navarro discuss how a team of Udacity students used neural networks to teach a car to drive by itself around a track in two days.

AI, ML & Data Engineering Follow 761 Followers

Counting is Hard: Probabilistic Algorithms for View Counting at Reddit

Posted by Krishnan Chandra  on  May 15, 2018 Posted by Krishnan Chandra Follow 0 Followers  on  May 15, 2018

Krishnan Chandra explains the challenges of building a view counting system at scale, and how Reddit used probabilistic counting algorithms to make scaling easier.

AI, ML & Data Engineering Follow 761 Followers

Developing Data and ML Pipelines at Stitch Fix

Posted by Jeff Magnusson  on  May 15, 2018 Posted by Jeff Magnusson Follow 0 Followers  on  May 15, 2018

Jeff Magnusson discusses thoughts and guidelines on how Stitch Fix develops, schedules, and maintains their data and ML pipelines.

Java Follow 835 Followers

Building a Reliable Cloud-Based Bank in Java

Posted by Jason Maude  on  May 11, 2018 Posted by Jason Maude Follow 0 Followers  on  May 11, 2018

Jason Maude talks about the server-side implementation of Starling Bank and shows how, even though Java is over two decades old, it can still be used for cutting edge applications.

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