Auditors were not impressed by Facebook’s civil rights work, Tinder tests video chat and a new nasal spray could reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Here’s your Daily Crunch for July 8, 2020. The big story: Facebook faces blistering civil rights audit The results are out in a multi-year audit […]

NASA awards millions of dollars a year to small businesses through the SBIR program, but generally it’s a lot of small awards to hundreds of companies. Breaking with precedent, today the agency announced a new multi-million-dollar funding track and its four first recipients, addressing urgent needs for the Artemis program. […]

Garry Kasparov is a political activist who’s written books and articles on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and online privacy, but he’s best known for being the former World Chess Champion who took on the IBM computer known as Big Blue in the mid-1990s. I spoke to Kasparov before a speaking engagement at the Collision […]

What Are the Hottest Application Areas for the Internet of Things Right Now? IoT Analytics continues to track in which verticals most IoT projects are happening. The latest 2020 analysis shows that most IoT projects still happen in Manufacturing/Industrial settings, with verticals such as Transportation/Mobility, Energy, Retail, and Healthcare having […]

Moving data from one system to another can be a complex process. In this post, we have broken down how to approach data migration in 3 stages: Before you migrate Ready to migrate Once you’ve migrated Your requirements will take into consideration:

If the black cat doesn’t seem cute enough, and you are looking for a reliable yet powerful GitHub alternative, this article unveils some of the top GitHub alternatives you can find today. Every tool on this list is discussed in detail to help you make a better decision whether to […]

At first glance, Colvin — which recently announced that it has raised a $15 million Series B — might look like just another flower and plant delivery company, but co-founder and CEO Andres Cester said the startup has a much grander vision. “We were born with the ambition the company that […]

A Quick WebAuthn Refresher I think we can all agree that passwords suck. They’re difficult to remember, which leads to people simply reusing the same, weak, words/phrases over and over. They’re also easily phishable,  with ever more subtle and believable attacks happening all the time.  WebAuthn (Web Authentication) promises to […]

In this article, we will look into the details of how to use the Kumologica Puppeteer node to capture website content. For those who are not familiar with Kumologica, let me give a quick overview. Kumologica is a free low-code development tool to build serverless integrations. Kumologica provides drag and […]

We very often use a container for the deployment of a microservices application/java app. Using containers has various advantages, and Docker is one of the first choices to implement containerization. But for a beginner, using Docker with proper configuration is a tedious job, particularly if we use using a database […]

Open API Spec — an API-First Approach Enterprises today use an API first approach towards application development and sharing data. This API based approach is used under several scenarios like — breaking up a monolith into microservices, adopting cloud, and adopting Kubernetes. APIs are also a popular choice to adopt […]

Micronaut is an open-source, JVM-based framework for building full-stack, modular, easily testable microservice and serverless applications. Unlike reflection-based IoC frameworks that load and cache reflection data for every single field, method, and constructor in your code, with Micronaut, your application startup time and memory consumption are not bound to the […]

Ingest performance is critical for many common PostgreSQL use cases, including application monitoring, application analytics, IoT monitoring, and more. While databases have long had time fields, there’s a key difference in the type of data these use cases collect: unlike standard relational “business” data, changes are treated as inserts, not […]


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