While quantum computing is still in its infancy, post-quantum cryptography is a field of growing interest for companies and research institutions. InfoQ has spoken with cryptography researcher Jean-Philippe Aumasson to understand where post-quantum crypto is headed.
In this article, we will define a new reference architecture for cloud-native companies that are looking for a simplified access management solution for their cloud resources, from SSH hosts, databases, data warehouses, to message pipelines and cloud storage endpoints.
Building intercultural relationships are so important to success in the workplace and world today, yet many people are hesitant or unsure of how to build relationships with those who are different from themselves. The first step is to reflect on yourself and notice where and how you spend your time and resources.
InfoQ interviewed David Ortinau, currently principal program manager for Mobile Developer Tools at Microsoft focused on Xamarin.Forms and now on .NET MAUI - to talk about .NET MAUI, the goals behind it, it’s future, and the migration path from Xamarin.Forms.
Haley Tucker discusses sticky canaries, what they are and how they can help, how to build confidence in changes.
Spotify recently published an account of their journey towards a unified codebase for their web and desktop clients. Spotify's team was the owner of a web-player and a separate, full-featured desktop client. Due to having to implement many features twice, they were not shipping at the pace they wanted. Now Spotify created one codebase for both, resulting in an improved development cadence.
Management in a remote organization is vastly different from that in a collocated one. Copying in-person interactions to digital tools does not cultivate a great culture nor does it contribute to better collaboration. This article aims to give you an idea of what the move to remote leadership entails and why it is essential for the success of any business in the remote work era.
JetBrains has released IntelliJ IDEA 2021.1 featuring support for Java 16, a new preview feature that instantly renders HTML changes, and support for WSL 2. is supported and it’s possible to run applications on Docker, WSL 2, or via SSH. Various other improvements include support for Docker, Kubernetes, Kotlin, Git and others.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a non-profit organization, recently published its findings on the state of cloud security practices which shows accelerating cloud adoption, but a need for more sophisticated security approaches.
A team of researchers from MIT and the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab have announced the ThreeDWorld Transport Challenge, a benchmark task for embodied AI agents. The challenge is to improve research on AI agents that can control a simulated mobile robot that is guided by computer vision to pick up objects and move them to new locations.
In this series, we’ve been looking at running Axon Server locally, in Docker, and Kubernetes.
What happens if we use a VM as a platform? Naturally, we need to do more work to get everything set up correctly, because instead of sharing a part of the Operating System, we now have to consider everything from the machine and upwards.
Gradle, the customizable open source build automation tool, has released version 7 with support for JDK 16, faster incremental builds, improved build reliability, and native support for new Macs with Apple Silicon processors. Preview features like dependency verification and support for Java Module System, introduced in previous releases, have been promoted as stable features.
Recently, Cloudflare announced the general availability (GA) of Cloudflare Workers Unbound, a platform for applications like image processing or complex algorithms that need longer execution times.
The OpenJDK project has proposed JEP-411 as a means of deprecating the SecurityManager. If accepted, this would be the first step in a multi-year process in which the OpenJDK Quality Outreach Campaign can guide affected projects towards alternatives before anything is removed.