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The Morning Paper Issue 4 - Computer Science Applied

| by Adrian Colyer on Mar 20, 2017

About the Author

Adrian Colyer is Venture Partner at Accel Partners, London Author of 'The Morning Paper'. Previously held CTO roles at SpringSource, VMware, and Pivotal.

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. 

If you enjoy the eMag Colyer writes up a new computer science paper every weekday and publishes it on The Morning Paper blog. If you prefer to have the day's paper delivered straight to your inbox, there's an option to subscribe to a mailing list as well. On the blog, you'll find a mix of past papers and current research results.  Over the course of a year, subscribers to the blog will be exposed to just over 200 papers and ideas on average. 

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The Morning Paper Issue 4 - Computer Science Applied eMag include:

  • Simple testing can prevent most critical failures
  • Towards deep symbolic reinforcement learning
  • When CSI meets public wifi: inferring your mobile phone password via wifi signals
  • Kraken: Leveraging live traffic tests to identify and resolve resource utilisation bottlenecks in large scale web services
  • Morpheus: towards automated SLOs for enterprise clusters

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