- How We Doubled Mono's Float Speed
An incredible analysis of floating point arithmetic performance in .NET, a look at why Mono (was) slower than .NET Core and a fix to improve it.
- Uniting technical and non-technical teams for better incident response
Even as we improve collaboration on DevOps-focused teams, we often silo the communications during incident response. The StatusPage team looks at how to unite technical and non-technical teams during outages.
- Learning Git: What is a Git Repository?
Git remains the dominant version control system, and one of the most important developer tools in use; this charming video introduces what's happening inside your repository.
- Right-to-Left Localization in Xamarin.Forms
Software localization is critical to deliver to all your users, but it's also hgely challenging. Right-to-left language support is a critical step forward for Xamarin.Forms users.
- GitHub: Thank You for 10 Years
GitHub, amazingly, turns ten years old, and it's hard to imagine a more important resource for open source software over the last decade. Here, GitHub CEO gives his brief thoughts.
- The Stack Overflow Age
Another important website for developers, Stack Overflow, is also about to turn ten years old. Founder Joel Spolsky looks back on its founding.
- Is There a Place for DevOps in Desktop Software Development? Desktop
- Protecting Users with TLS by Default in Android P Android
- Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster Kubernetes
- In a Perfect World, Devs do not need Ops DevOps
- The Four Focus Areas of DevSecOps DevOps
- Docker Birthday #5: Thank You Docker Community! Docker
- .NET Rocks: Desktop Deployment using Squirrel with Paul Betts
The illustrious Paul Betts sits down with Richard and Carl to talk about the Squirrel deployment tool; it's sort of like ClickOnce installations (except it doesn't suck).
- Hanselminutes: Christine Spang's Open Source Journey from Teen OSS Contributor to CTO of Nylas
- TalkPython: The Journal of Open Source Software
A discussion with Arfon Smith and a look at the Journal of Open Source Software: a developer-friendly journal for research software packages.
- Tales From the Crypt(ography) Lab with Dr Kristin Lauter
Our software - and communications - relies on cryptography to keep it secure, but few of us dig in to the details. Dr Kristin Lauter unpacks encryption for our software nd in the cloud.
- Browse the Updated Google I/O 2018 Schedule
The schedule is set for Google I/O 2018 - and you can reserve seats for the sessions you want to see.
- THAT Conference 2018: Lineup Announced
THAT Conference is one of my favorite conferences - an amazing community event in the midwest. The schedule was announced for the 2018 event (and I'm proud to be included).