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Developers are finding a new way to create apps and programs - here's a quick look at how microservices work, and what it means for IT shops and their development operations.
The technology field is moving faster than ever. With more companies entering the fray businesses are always looking to shorten development times and get to market faster with their product and/or services. Modern practices like Agile and DevOps require continuous delivery of ever-increasing data sets, which increases complexity, cost and risk. And with enterprise data as the fuel for innovation, getting the right data to the right users, quickly and securely, is a critical challenge. In this cross-industry panel from the recent CIO100 event, you will hear about varying methodologies and first-hand examples of how leading enterprises are leveraging emerging solutions to significantly accelerate initiatives under tightening delivery schedules.
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Security operations teams can take inspiration from DevOps, says Haiyan Song, VP of security markets at Splunk. Developers, security teams, and operations need to work together so that problems gets resolved faster.
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Apple is co-producing a TV show about app design and development, and you might be able to play a starring role.
As part of its push to get businesses using Hololens, Microsoft showed off a Japan Airlines app that lets engineers explore jet engines during training.
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With the WWDC keynote over, Executive News Editor Ken Mingis, Computerworld Editor-in-Chief Scott Finnie and MultiMedia Editor Keith Shaw chew over the highlights of what Apple execs unveiled.
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This course covers the basic programming concepts and languages required for creating engaging websites from scratch. It's $199 list price has been dramatically discounted to just $29.
iRobot announces the Create 2 which enthusiasts can either program themselves or use as a foundation for additional hardware.