People talk a lot about “pull” vs. “push” based query engines, and it’s pretty obvious what that means colloquially, but some of the details can be a bit hard to figure out. In this post, Justin Jaffray talks about some of the philosophical differences between how pull and push based query engines work, and the practical differences of why you might prefer one over the other.
Container orchestration is the process of managing containers in an automated way—freeing engineers from tasks like (re)creating, scaling, and upgrading containers. On top of that, container orchestration also helps with managing networking and storage capabilities for containers.
Marten Mickos is the CEO of HackerOne, the world's most popular bug bounty platform. Previously Marten was the CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, acquired by Hewlett-Packard where he served as head of the cloud business. Listen to Marten answer questions provided by founders from the DutchTechSF community.
Not only is e-commerce booming, but more importantly, the whole experience of your brand and your product is going digital. McKinsey found that the pandemic has accelerated this process by 3+ years. Delivering exceptional product experiences requires creativity, collaboration, and speed of execution to keep up with the high expectations of your customers.
“I think video’s eating software, the same way software was eating the world 10 years ago.” In other words, where video was once something we watched at our desks and on our sofas, it’s now everywhere, whether we’re scrolling through our social media feeds or exercising on our Pelotons.
Since the start of 2020, almost everything that was once “in real life” (IRL) has gone virtual. For most of us, our offices have closed, so meetings and water cooler chats are online. We attend digital conferences. We set up our personal friends and family gatherings on our work Zoom accounts. Even as we thankfully transition into a post-pandemic year, many of these virtual aspects of our lives are likely to remain a mainstay.