Amir Chaudhry explains Unikernels, tooling (like Docker images) to make developing with Unikernels easier, real world uses of Unikernels, and much more.
Adam Tornhill explains how to treat code as a crime scene, analysing Git repositories to discover team behaviours and code smells, the pros and cons of Clojure, and much more.
Mark Burgess discusses his paper "Computer Immunology", the origins of CFEngine and other configuration management tools, and the need for them for IoT .
Yao Yue explains the motivation for building Twitter's Pelikan cache, how Pelikan differs from other caches, what to do and what to avoid when building reliably low latency software, and much more.
InfoQ sat down with Peter Bourgon, engineer at Weaveworks, and discussed how to program in idiomatic Golang, building microservices with his Go kit framework, and how Weave Net and Weave Mesh work.
Kate Heddleston explains why it's necessary to make Ops tooling easy to use, how Usable Ops and better documentation can improve the culture in teams, and much more.
Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins talks to InfoQ's Rags Srinivas about Jenkins: the past, present and future, including Jenkins 2.0 which is the largest release by far.
Anne Currie Discusses Microscaling, Following in the Footsteps of Google, and the Future of Containers
InfoQ sat down with Anne Currie, co-foudner at Microscaling Systems, and discussed how container technology is currently impacting the IT industry. Topics covered included VMs vs containers, following in the footsteps of Google, and real-time scaling.
Richard Kasperowski talks about culture and technical skills, two things that matter for building great teams. He explores how technical skills and practices support agile, and shows how the core protocols can be used to establish a culture within teams that deliver great results.
Matt Wynne and Steve Tooke have been doing remote mob programming for the past few months, while building Cucumber Pro. They explain how they do it, the ups and downs, and why they think it's worth it. They talk about the tools that help them work remotely, the traits people must show on a day-to-day basis and provide specific advice on how to keep remote working sustainable in the long run.
Portia Tung talks about how executive coaching helps managers to deal with challenges and find ways to help their teams, and explores the habits of highly effective agile coaches. She provides examples from her experience of coaching agile teams and executives, and describes the benefits that agile coaches can bring.
Axel Fontaine, Flyway creator and Boxfuse's CEO, discusses Immutable Infrastructure and whether it's ready for the prime time. Fontaine discusses architectural and organizational concerns and explains why containers may not always be the best solution for all infrastructure problems.