“Your Money or Your Life: 9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence” By Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez “The word is enough. At the peak of the fulfillment curve we have enough. Enough necessities for our survival. Enough niceties for our comforts and pleasures. And even enough little ‘luxuries.’ We […]Read more "Book: Your Money or Your Life"
“The Power of Zero: How to get to the 0% tax bracket and transform your retirement” By David McKnight Taxable bucket “A taxable investment is one that require you to pay taxes on the account’s growth each and every year. Included in this bucket are common, everyday investments like money markets, CDs, stocks, bonds, and […]Read more "Book: The Power of Zero"
“Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence” by Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Fans, Avi Goldfarb “As we’ll explain, AI is a prediction technology, predictions are inputs to decision making, and economics provides a perfect framework for understanding the trade-offs underlying any decision.” Trade-offs: “More data means less privacy. More speed means less accuracy. Moe autonomy […]Read more "Book: Prediction Machines"
“Securing Microservice APIs: Sustainable and Scalable Access Control” by Matt McLarty, Rob Wilson, and Scott Morrison Identification: “Service consumers and intermediaries must be able to send API request messages that include multiple identities along with optional attributes that detail those identities, and they must be able to accept API requests that include multiple identities and […]Read more "Mini-Book: Securing Microservice APIs"
“Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures” by Matt Stine “Why are frequent deployment important? If you can deploy hundreds of times per day, you can recover from mistakes almost instantly. If you can recover from mistakes almost instantly, you can take on more risk. If you can take on more risk, you can try wild experiments–the […]Read more "Mini-Book: Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures"
“Open Source in the Enterprise” by Andy Oram & Zaheda Bhorat Benefits of for using, supporting, and creating open source software: Multiplying the company’s investment: “Evidence that open a project pays off financially comes from a recent report prepared under World Bank auspices (http://bit.ly/2/Favs4). Careful tracing of contributions to their project–a form of geospatial software […]Read more "Mini-Book: Open Source in the Enterprise"
“Microservice Architecture: Aligning principles, practices, and culture” by Irakli Nadareishvili, Ronnie Mitra, Matt McLarty & Mike Amundsen “What the architects at this gathering were concerned with was not a question of the size of the system. Instead, they were grappling with a situation in which the system was too big. What they identified is that systems that grow […]Read more "Book: Microservice Architecture"