Queue Portrait #6: Michael Armbrust
Michael Armbrust, Software Engineer at Databricks, discusses the current state of Scale Independence.
Queue Portrait #5: Hilary Mason
Bitly's Chief Data Scientist, Hilary Mason, describes what data science is and how to build systems that make doing data science possible.
Queue Portrait #4: Nicholas Zakas
In this video interview conducted by Kate Matsudaira, Nicholas Zakas discusses the current state of front end engineering and Web development.
HTTP continues to evolve
Improving Performance on the Internet
High Performance Web Sites
How Fast is Your Web Site?
The increasing significance of intermediate representations in compilers
All Your Database Are Belong to Us
Stream Processors: Progammability and Efficiency
Software Development with Code Maps
Interfacing between languages is increasingly important
The Robustness Principle Reconsidered
Erlang for Concurrent Programming
The Rise and Fall of CORBA
Bugs and Bragging Rights
It's not always size that matters.
Agile and SEMAT — Perfect Partners
Combining agile and SEMAT yields more advantages than either one alone
Barbarians at the Gateways
High-frequency Trading and Exchange Technology
Online Algorithms in High-frequency Trading
The challenges faced by competing HFT algorithms
Breaking the Major Release Habit
UX Design and Agile: A Natural Fit?
The Essence of Software Engineering: The SEMAT Kernel
Related: NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Access): An Overview | FPGA Programming for the Masses | Computing without Processors
Related: Fighting Spam with Reputation Systems | A Requirements Primer | Data-Parallel Computing
Adopting DevOps Practices
in Quality AssuranceMerging the art and science of software development
Eliminating memory hogs
Related: Traipsing Through the QA Tools Desert | The Antifragile Organization | Quality Assurance: Much More than Testing
Related: NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Access): An Overview | Software Transactional Memory: Why Is It Only a Research Toy? | You Don't Know Jack about Shared Variables or Memory Models
Passively Measuring TCP Round-trip Times
A close look at RTT measurements with TCP
Related: You Don't Know Jack about Network Performance | Bufferbloat: Dark Buffers in the Internet | TCP Offload to the Rescue
- Opinion: More Encryption Is Not the Solution
Cryptography as privacy works only if both ends work at it in good faith.
Resolved: the Internet Is No Place for Critical Infrastructure
Risk is a necessary consequence of dependence.
Browser Security Case Study: Appearances Can Be Deceiving
A discussion with Jeremiah Grossman, Ben Livshits, Rebecca Bace, and George Neville-Neil
The Web Won't Be Safe or Secure until We Break It
Unless you've taken very particular precautions, assume every Web site you visit knows exactly who you are.
Related: Java Security Architecture Revisited
| CTO Roundtable: Malware Defense Overview | Building Secure Web Applications
Related: Browser Security | Security In The Browser | Cybercrime 2.0: When The Cloud Turns Dark