Shift Left – How to Secure your Source Code20181002160402

Shift Left – How to Secure your Source Code

Dana CraneLast Updated: July 22, 2019application security, shift-left
You hear “shift left” tossed around in software development circles these days. It’s like the secret passphrase you need to know to get into the secur...
Open Source and the Visibility Problem20180918160128

Open Source and the Visibility Problem

Dana CraneLast Updated: March 13, 2019open source, platform, reproducible builds
The world runs on software, and as any developer knows, software runs on open source. In fact, as much as 90% of the code base of any application buil...
Machine Learning for DevOps20180913184656

Machine Learning for DevOps

Dana CraneLast Updated: September 18, 2020devops, devops automation, machine learning, ml
Automation is a key design principle for DevOps teams. To speed up throughput in the software development life cycle (SDLC) DevOps automates everythin...
Open Source DIY is Open Source WRONG20180911152450

Open Source DIY is Open Source WRONG

Dana CraneLast Updated: March 13, 2019cost of open source, enterprise software, open source, software development
Okay, let’s lay it on the line right up front: if you’re still building and managing your own open source programming languages, you’re doing open sou...
Why Python 3 is The Python You Always Wanted20180906160402

Why Python 3 is The Python You Always Wanted

Dana CraneLast Updated: September 6, 2019moving to Python 3, python 3
Back when Python was just an idea in Guido van Rossum’s mind, the World Wide Web was just being born, APIs were proprietary (if your application had o...
Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-in with Go-cloud20180830153120

Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-in with Go-cloud

Dana CraneLast Updated: July 11, 2019activego, cloud, golang
Golang (Go) has been angling to be the cloud-native language of choice for developers since its inception with attractive features like concurrency, w...
Python 2 to 3 Migration – Now or Never?20180822221056

Python 2 to 3 Migration – Now or Never?

Dana CraneLast Updated: January 24, 2022moving to Python 3, python 2, python 3 vs python 2
Are you still dependent on Python 2 for your applications? Then you must know that meeting security and compliance standards is a long and complicated...
Machine Learning in Healthcare – From Theory to Practice20180510154510

Machine Learning in Healthcare – From Theory to Practice

Dana CraneLast Updated: July 19, 2019ai, artificial intelligence, healthcare, machine learning, ml
Machine Learning (ML) research in the healthcare field has been ongoing for decades, but almost exclusively in the lab rather than in the doctor’s off...
Machine Learning – The New Cornerstone of Digital Transformation20180502172132

Machine Learning – The New Cornerstone of Digital Transformation

Dana CraneLast Updated: July 19, 2019activepython, ai, artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning, ml
Artificial Intelligence (AI), and more pragmatically, Machine Learning (ML) have been called the new electricity that’s powering the Fourth Indu...
Java vs Go: The Future of Distributed Computing20171024130145

Java vs Go: The Future of Distributed Computing

Dana CraneLast Updated: July 29, 2019activego, cloud, concurrency, docker, go, golang, java, jvm, microservices
This blog post is a summary of our white paper, “Death of Giants: Why Go Will Replace Java and C”. Download the white paper here. It seems like every ...
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