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LGBTQ+ IT professionals share their experiences navigating careers in an industry that hasn’t always been welcoming and still has a long way to go.
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With every organisation generating and accessing multiple data sources, an integration platform ensures every team has the data they need.
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In two weeks, Microsoft plans to unveil the "next generation" of Windows. But isn't Windows 10 supposed to be the last generation of the ubiquitous OS?
Hosting CI/CD in the cloud can both speed up interactions between development pipelines and source code repositories and make life easier for developers.
Making great efforts to tout its closed source software, Snowflake may be trying to convince an audience that doesn't really care.
More permanent remote workers, requirements for protecting health data, and a more dangerous threat landscape await security teams as the COVID crisis ends.
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Try using Kubernetes like an app server for smaller teams instead of treating it like a centralised cloud.
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These platforms offer great potential, but capabilities vary widely. Take time to study the options.
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