The Github Archive Program aims to preserve historically relevant pieces of open source software for future software developers.
Stories by Scott Carey
The offshoot of Amazon’s online bookstore has led the public cloud market for a decade. How did it get there? Will its dominance continue?
The pandemic has accelerated demand for IT professionals with open source skills, and organisations are searching far and wide to fill the gap.
Highly regulated financial services firms are turning to devops in droves, as they look to be more responsive to changing customer demands.
We identify some of the hot areas where software developers can focus their attention to better stand out from the crowd in a challenging job market.
BT’s head of software engineering excellence lays out the telco’s route to streamlining development, modernising applications, automating deployments.
The pandemic forced almost everyone in tech to work from home, allowing developers to eschew expensive tech hubs and work wherever they like.
As controversy rages over Google's Istio service mesh, Microsoft has seen an opportunity to offer a simple and truly open alternative.
Containers-as-a-service platforms make it easier for developers to deploy Docker containers and assemble them into applications.
Google Cloud is previewing a BigQuery service that promises to eliminate painful and costly data movement by querying the data in place.
For better or worse, Tim O’Reilly has become known as something of an oracle for the technology industry in his 40-year career.
The US arm of the Japanese e-commerce giant has moved away from Hadoop to cut hardware costs and ease the management of its estate.
Gene Kim, devops’ foremost advocate, expounds on the impact of Covid-19 on devops practices and why devops expertise is still a hot commodity.
Microsoft has opened up its Fluid Framework as a user preview for Microsoft 365 Enterprise and education subscribers enrolled in Targeted Release.
Chaos Monkey was pioneered out of the halls of Netflix during its shift from distributing DVDs to building distributed cloud systems for streaming video.