We take a look back at the week’s most popular articles.
In this week’s Top 5, we highlight a chat bot that helps employees learn DevOps culture, lessons from the history of open source, Apache Kafka’s influence on Big Data, an intro to deep learning, and command-line Twitter clients.
Top 5 articles of the week
The history of open source provides some valuable lessons for business leaders. In this article, Red Hat co-founder and open source visionary Bob Young shares six key takeaways.
Have you been told that your company is moving to a more DevOps development culture, but you have no idea what that really means? Hubot and ChatOps are tools that can help you understand more about DevOps and learn to use it in your organization.
Two years ago, Neha Narkhede co-founded a company called Confluent to build on her team’s work with Apache Kafka. In this interview, she talks about how lots of companies are deploying Kafka and how that has led to a very busy GitHub repo.
Whether it’s Google’s headline-grabbing DeepMind AlphaGo victory, or Apple’s weaving of “using deep neural network technology” into iOS 10, deep learning and artificial intelligence are all the rage these days.
In this interview, Josh Patterson and Adam Gibson give a gentle introduction to the subject and share how they’re building a business around it.
While this may seem like a solution searching for a problem, for some people interacting with Twitter in a terminal window makes sense. In this article, Scott Nesbitt gives a quick overview of Twidge, Oysttyer, and Rainbow Stream.