Links for March 9th through March 19th
Criollo – web application framework for OS X and iOS – Criollo can easily be embedded as a web-server inside your OS X or iOS app, should you be in need of such a feature, however it was designed to create standalone, long-lived daemon style apps.
Engineers Shouldn’t Write ETL: A Guide to Building a High Functioning Data Science Department | Stitch Fix Technology – Engineers Shouldn’t Write ETL: A Guide to Building a High Functioning Data Science Department
FingerIO – Using Active Sonar for Fine-Grained Finger Tracking – FingerIO is a novel fine-grained finger tracking solution that transforms any space around off-the-shelf smartphones or smartwatches into an interactive surfaces.
Avoiding the pointless blockchain project – How to determine if you’ve found a real blockchain use case – before you embark on that shiny blockchain project, you need to have a very clear idea of why you are using a blockchain. There are a bunch of conditions that need to be fulfilled. And if they’re not, you should go back to the drawing board. Maybe you can
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? by @StevenLevy – The iPhone Crisis reignited a conflict that should have been settled in the 90s. The loser is our national security.
Alchemy is a framework for creating highly available systems that are built from micro-services – Alchemy is a framework for creating highly available systems that are built from micro-services. Alchemy includes service discovery, easy deployment, smart load balancing, and is also designed to be polyglot, so you can use the best languages to solve all
Using Amazon SQS with Spring Boot and Spring JMS – In this post, we will show you how to implement the messaging of an application that creates thumbnails. In this use case, a client system will send a request message through Amazon SQS that includes an Amazon S3 location for the image. The application wil
10 Lessons from 10 Years of Amazon Web Services – With over a million active customers per month, who in turn may serve hundreds of millions of their own customers, there is no lack of opportunities to gain more experience and perhaps no better environment for continuous improvement in the way we serve ou
Microsoft submits new open-sourced networking components to Open Compute Project – Microsoft is proposing to contribute Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC) — networking components for building datacenter devices like switches — to the Open Compute Project.
Google joins Open Compute Project to drive standards in IT infrastructure – We’re excited to announce that we're joining the Open Compute Project (OCP) to help drive standardization in IT infrastructure. More specifically, Google will contribute a new rack specification that includes 48V power distribution and a new form factor to