Algorithms in a Nutshell George T. Heineman, Gary Pollice, Stanley Selkow O'Reilly Media In the midst of the SDN craze (or haze, depending on your point of view), we often forget that all networks are,
Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling Edgar H Schein Edgar Schein says we have a cultural issue. We like to tell people what we think, rather than asking them what they're
The Craft of Research Booth, Colomb, and Williamns Engineers don't often think of themselves as researchers. After all, what does writing a bit of code, or building a network design, have to do with research?
Being Logical D. Q. McInerny This review is a little off the beaten path for most engineering blogs, perhaps — but I consider logic to be one of those "must have skills" for engineers. Being
Building Microservices Sam Newman ISBN: 978-1-491-95035-7 Scale out where you can, scale up where you must. Someone, somewhere, should probably start a collection of "where you can, where must" sayings, as these rules of thumb
The New IT Jill Dyche Research has found that almost half of the CEOs described CIOs as being out of touch with the business and unable to understand how to apply IT in new ways.