The benefits that come from serverless computing can be lost if you have to spend your time provisioning hardware for your database.
That bootcamp may have taught you to write code that works. But the next level is to write code that works with other people.
This affects the individual developer writing insecure code, the engineering team blindly trusting their dependencies, and the organization thinking that their best bet is to roll their own security controls.
We chat with Dr. Jeannette (Jamie) Garcia, Senior Research Manager of Quantum Applications and Software at IBM Quantum, about their 433 qubit quantum computer and what the real life applications of quantum computing are today.
It was a busy and successful quarter, so although my first update of 2023 takes place in a fundamentally different environment than my first of 2022, my optimism for the future has not changed. It’s simply joined by a dose of pragmatism.
Dynamic languages allow for a lot of flexibility in typing — sometimes too much. Here's how to add some guardrails to your code.