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How to Succeed with Microservices Architecture

Developer authorisation could be a key a part of the microservices trend, says Nginx’s Owen Garrett

The term “microservices” might be relatively new, but the practice of breaking applications into single-function, discrete services has gone on for years — long enough for best practices to emerge over time. 1,275 more words

IT

US Used Zero-Day Exploits Before It Had Policies for Them

A a new document sheds light on the backstory behind the development of the government’s zero-day policy and offers some insight into the motivations for establishing it. 26 more words

News

#HackJozi Challenge: Professor Barry Dwolatzky

In this video clip, Professor Barry Dwolatzky talks about the exciting #HackJozi Challenge and the importance of nurturing emerging talent in the digital sector. The Hack Jozi Challenge is a bootcamp for start-up entrepreneurs to foster skills, innovation and entrepreneurship in digital technology. 54 more words

IT

Team Building: To be the best, you need to hire the best

Over my many years, either as a potential employee, or as an employer seeking people, I have had some interesting experiences. It has taught me many lessons, not just from my own experiences, but also from observations of my peers around me. 1,013 more words

IT

did it wrong

who is the one

and what is the ultimate one

why is life like a stock

and  who is collecting the bond

and why  does it make one want to run… 40 more words

Poems

4-Steps to Sales Efficiency

People buy from people not organizations is cliché. In technology industry and outsourcing world the situation may however be somewhat different. People first look for the right Solution, then look to verify on the ability to deliver the solution and then lean on relationship to make things work – in the management jargon, I would call this as partnering with your vendor and making it win-win and still call this relationship ship buying/selling. 433 more words

Organization