Weekend Reads 021624

This year, I’ve had the opportunity to work alongside some of the highest- performing individuals in our profession. I’ve taken that opportunity to observe their work, look for patterns, and to try to identify the attributes that contribute to their success, not only as technologists but as humans.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s dream of establishing a network of chip factories to fuel the growth of AI may be much, much wilder than feared.

Advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are more dangerous than your run-of-the-mill cybercriminals. They, after all, trail their sights not only on financial gain but loftier targets such as wreaking havoc on entire nations.

In this episode of PING, APNIC’s Chief Scientist Geoff Huston discusses the role of the Domain Name System (DNS) in directing where your applications connect to, and where content comes from.

As you awoke one morning from uneasy dreams you found yourself transformed in your bed into a software engineer. A calamity that I find all too familiar.

Whether you want to land a new job or make your contributions count, effective communication goes a long way.

At the beginning of the year, I wrote a bit about the resolution to “stay human” in 2024, in a world that is calling for artificial intelligence to be incorporated into more spheres of life, including law, automated driving, entertainment, and even relationships.

As with many other web3 evangelists, Andreessen Horowitz general partner Chris Dixon has identified some problems with the web.

In this article, we will conduct an in-depth exploration of an impactful vulnerability affecting various container runtimes.

In the February 13th edition of the Wall Street Journal, Professor Thomas W. Hazlett offers a breathless endorsement of market concentration with the T-Mobile acquisition of Sprint, his go-to example.