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  • The Morning Paper Issue 6 - Computer Science Applied

    Subtle production failures running Microsoft Azure, identifying users from aggregated mobile data,  taking over a city with Philips Hue lightbulbs, processing a trillion edge graph on a single machine, and why Rust should be your systems language of choice.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Reactive JavaScript

    This eMag is meant to give an easy-going, yet varied introduction to reactive programming with JavaScript. Modern web frameworks and numerous libraries have all embraced reactive programming. The rise in immutability and functional reactive programming have added to the discussion. It’s important for modern JavaScript developers to know what’s going on, even if they’re not using it themselves.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Microservices vs. Monoliths - The Reality Beyond the Hype

    This eMag includes articles written by experts who have implemented successful, maintainable systems across both microservices and monoliths.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 5 - Computer Science Applied

    Welcome to the latest edition of The Morning Paper quarterly review. There are five posts chosen for you that appeared on Adrian Colyer's blog in the first quarter of 2017.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Introduction to Machine Learning

    InfoQ has curated a series of articles for this introduction to machine learning eMagazine, covering everything from the very basics of machine learning (what are typical classifiers and how do you measure their performance?) and production considerations (how do you deal with changing patterns in data after you’ve deployed your model?), to newer techniques in deep learning.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 4 - Computer Science Applied

    In this issue of The Morning Paper Quarterly Review Adrian Colyer looks at how simple testing can avoid catastrophic failures, symbolic reasoning vs. neural networks, how to infer a smartphone password via WiFi signals, how and why Facebook does load testing in production, and automated SLOs in enterprise clusters.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Getting a Handle on Data Science

    This eMag looks at data science from the ground up, across technology selection, assembling raw and unstructured data, statistical thinking, machine learning basics, and the ethics of applying these new weapons.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 3 - Computer Science Applied

    Adrian Colyer reviews five computer science papers which cover DBSherlock, how Google organises datasets, relaxing the majority quorum requirement in the Paxos Consensus algorithm, the key paper Netflix first looked to for principles on which to build its cloud architecture, and decomposing systems in modules.

  • InfoQ eMag: Architectures You've Always Wondered About

    This eMag takes a look back at five of the most popular presentations from the Architectures You’ve Always Wondered About track at QCons in New York, London and San Francisco, each presenter adding a new insight into the biggest challenges they face, and how to achieve success. All the companies featured have large, cloud-based, microservice architectures, which probably comes as no surprise.

  • InfoQ eMag: Cloud Lock-In

    Technology choices are made, and because of a variety of reasons - such as multi-year licensing cost, tightly coupled links to mission-critical systems, long-standing vendor relationships - you feel “locked into” those choices. In this InfoQ emag, we explore the topic of cloud lock-in from multiple angles and look for the best ways to approach it.

  • The Morning Paper Quarterly Review Issue 2

    A summary of five CS papers chosen from the 55 that Adrian Colyer has reviewed for his Morning Paper blog during Q2 2016. Amongst the five papers in the magazine Colyer takes a look at how Facebook collect and analyse over 1 trillion data points per day across 2 billion unique time series, and the technology behind bots on Q&A systems like Siri, Cortana, Alexa et al.

  • InfoQ eMag: Exploring Container Technology in the Real World

    The creation of many competing, complementary and supporting container technologies has followed in the wake of Docker, and this has led to much hype and some disillusion around this space. This eMag aims to cut through some of this confusion and explain the essence of containers, their current use cases, and future potential.

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