HIPAA was originally written in 1996, well in advance of the consumer Internet and a decade ahead of the first iPhone. Therefore, many of the rules and provisions deal with security and privacy issues from a world that didn't have a notion of apps, smartphones, and wearables.
There's been a two-year trend in the open source ecosystem: ‘single source’ open source companies scrapping their Open Source Initiative-approved open source license for a ‘source available’ license. This trend is unfolding as cloud infrastructure changes the way developers interact with the dependencies in their stack.
The transition from working in an office to working for an all-remote company isn’t always easy. GitLab team members share how they managed the shift from in-person, colocated work to working and managing teams remotely at GitLab to help others make the transition to remote work more easily.
In the last year, a site that was pulled together in less than a month, scaled from 0 to 200M API calls per day, flawlessly handled traffic spikes and expanded to include data on race and ethnicity and long-term care facilities.
John and Patrick Collison sold their first company for $5 million when they were still teenagers. A decade or so later, the second business they founded is now worth $95 billion, making it the most valuable U.S. startup. The company plans to invest in its European operations, in particular its headquarters in Dublin.
It was easy to wonder what would become of Docker after it sold its enterprise business in 2019, but it regrouped last year as a cloud native container company focused on developers, and the new approach appears to be bearing fruit.
In this Speaker Series, Jono Bacon shares a framework for building symbiotic and engaging communities, examples of companies that have exceptional communities, and lessons from his time leading community at GitHub, GitLab, Google and more.