Four short links: 3 December 2018

Four short links: 3 December 2018

Amazon and OSS, Audio to Keystrokes, The New OS, and Software

  1. Amazon is Competing with Its Customers
    What’s more, Kreps
    said, Amazon has not contributed a single line of code to the
    Apache Kafka open source software and is not reselling Confluent’s
    cloud tool.
    Sometimes Amazon contributes back, but increasingly
    often it seems like its software MO is exploitation not
    co-creation. This is what prompted the creation of various “open
    except if you resell it as a cloud service”-source licenses, like
    the Commons Clause.
  2. kbd-audio
    tools for capturing and analyzing keyboard input paired with
    microphone capture.

  3. Kubernetes is the OS That Matters
    (Matt Asay) — provocative
    clickbait title, but the point is important: if single-machine apps
    are the exception, then the lowest layer of critical shared
    software is no longer the OS but instead the cluster manager.

  4. Software Sprawl, The Golden Path, and Scaling Teams with Agency

    (Charity Majors) — good talk on how to recover from “we’re using
    too many shiny tools, and it’s hard to make progress because
    there’s no common set of tools, so everyone’s reinventing the
    wheel, and omg fire.”

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Author: Raymond Mueller

My name is Raymond Mueller. I am a DUI Lawyer here in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. I am looking to learn and share information with others doing what I do.

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