Software Development

GitLab Stock: An Overvalued DevOps Pure Play

There’s a general understanding that a company’s brand contributes to the success of an initial public offering (IPO) and afterwards by providing a population of people who invest in the stock because they believe in the brand. That’s according to a leading marketing research firm which says strong brands result in “consistently higher share prices […]

WalkMe – A Digital Transformation Stock

When artificial intelligence becomes pervasive, can we then stop talking about “AI startups?” The answer appears to be no. It’s becoming increasingly common to see companies tout their AI chops when it comes time to raise capital. “Artificial Intelligence Startup Leads Wave Of 4 IPO Candidates,” said Law360 which talks about the coming initial public […]

12 No-Code Platforms for Some DIY Machine Learning

Only 25% of organizations are using artificial intelligence (AI) in their businesses today. Why? Custom AI-enabled solutions are expensive to build, as talented data scientists are a hot commodity today and don’t come cheap. Top performers can easily command over $250,000 in annual salary, which seriously makes us question the money we wasted invested in […]

Inpher Preserves Data Residency With Secret Computing

Data isn’t just increasing in quantity; it’s also growing in complexity. Data lakes are now replacing data warehouses. All your online activities now generate unstructured “data exhaust” that’s being mined by sophisticated machine learning algorithms for insights. However, due to increasing data breaches and privacy concerns, regulators have adopted stringent rules and regulations on how […]

6 Privacy Solutions for Big Data and Machine Learning

Travelers who wander the banana pancake trail through Southeast Asia will all get roughly the same experience. They’ll eat crummy food on one of fifty boats floating around Ha Long Bay, then head up to the highlands of Sa Pa for a faux cultural experience with hill tribes that grow dreadful cannabis. After that, it’s […]

Unqork – A No-Code Software Platform for Enterprises

Software quality assurance (SQA) is a notoriously difficult occupation, even more so in startups. That’s because startups typically hire rock star developers who walk on water and know it. In SQA, your job is to point out to these prima donnas their mistakes, something they don’t take kindly to. You’ll never release a piece of […]

AI-Powered Autocomplete for Programming Languages

Developing good software is tough. That’s because finding rock-star developers is extremely tough. These are the people who spend their free time coding because they love it so much. They’re good and they know it, they don’t suffer fools easily, and any tools they use better be built to meet their extremely high standards. In […]

The Emergence of Low-Code Platforms for Enterprises

Social media now makes it easy for anyone to make armchair observations about how hiring in STEM ought to take place. “There needs to be more people from group X, Y, or Z represented in the population of tech workers,” you’ll hear them say. Then, they’ll point to some machine learning startup that’s selling a snake oil […]

What is Docker? A Layman’s Explanation

In the technology world, things have a funny way of being “reinvented” such that the same ideas are re-packaged as the next greatest thing since sliced bread, despite the fact that we’ve seen the whole dog and pony show before. First, there were “mainframes” (centralized computing), then we went to workstations (decentralized computing) then we […]

Algorithmia – The World’s Biggest Algorithm Marketplace

For the average layperson, the word “algorithm” may not be too meaningful, but for computer programmers it’s the very essence of their job. An algorithm is best described as a series of steps a computer follows when a human gives the computer a particular command. Typically, an algorithm will take some inputs and use them […]