Microservices break up monolithic code into easy-to-maintain chunks and are key to the devops philosophy
Stories by Josh Fruhlinger
We trace the rise of free open source software—code that can be freely modified and shared—from philosophical outlier to modern powerhouse
You don't have to take a page out of his book to learn some valuable lessons from how Torvalds has managed the sprawling, self-selected, volunteer community of Linux developers—both the successes, and what led to his self-imposed exile.
From CRM and business intelligence to chatbots and automation, marketers have spending plans across the marketing tech stack.
You've got the tools, you've navigated the logistical hurdles, but you still may not be leading your remote team in the most effective way possible. Here's how to get virtual teams right.
The history surrounding the complex and expensive enterprise software market is packed with tales of epic failures.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. If it breaks, buy a replacement part on eBay and stubbornly refuse to upgrade.
Whether you want to lower your cell phone bill or find true love, there's usually a way around your problems
Execs at AOL and Verizon hope their merger will be a story for the ages, not a cautionary tale.
In Pictures: Tech's ticking time bombs - The components you might (and might not) expect to wear out
Your computer's next point of failure might be further up the stack than you think
With big layoffs rumored to be close on the horizon, IBM is going to need to use another regeneration.
You have two options when it comes to beating the automated systems that filter resumes: you can go through them, or you can go around them.
You're definitely going to meet them. Hopefull you aren't one of them.
Proof that no matter how much time, effort, and money you put into something, it may sink like a stone and stay at the bottom
Some buzzwords evolve from the foam of language; others are invented in strokes of evil genius