Building on another’s cloud? An early AWS engineer insists you’ve got to roll your own.
Waiting for the market for strappy gadgets to mature.
AWS is on a tear, and it’s ripping up legacy tech vendors.
We don’t want to drive a car. We want to drive a computer.
AWS is taking on stodgy old business tech with the cloud.
Sure, it would cost a lot to pay to build Linux or Hadoop. That’s not the point.
React Native changed one iOS developer’s mind about web development. Will it change yours?
Apple Music has profound promise, yet struggles on UX and sync.
The boring work of testing is critical.
Content blocking is bad news for the search giant.
If you can’t beat them—and you can’t—then join them.
Mozilla has almost faded from memory, but Rust could make it hip again.
Cross-platform tools are popular with developers because they’re convenient. That’s not good enough.
The key to mobile success: knowing what users do and what they value.
Unwillingness to compromise on the future.
Oracle is increasingly irrelevant to projects like Apache Spark.
Ads may be the easiest way to fund the Web, but it’s not the best.
Really. It’s critical—and stop thinking it’s too hard.
In fact, it may be the future of big data.
That’s a good thing.