Serdar Yegulalp

Senior Writer

Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, focused on the InfoWorld Tech Watch news analysis blog and periodic reviews. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, Information Week, the briefly resurrected Byte, and a slew of other publications. When he's not covering IT, he's writing SF and fantasy published under his own personal imprint, Genji Press.

Facebook open-sources tools for fast React app creation in JavaScript

Stack Overflow crowdsources common developer how-tos

Stack Overflow crowdsources common developer how-tos

The new user-curated reference system for examples to developer questions might help undo Stack Overflow's reputation for being unfriendly to newcomers

Snowflake builds a bigger, simpler data warehouse

Snowflake builds a bigger, simpler data warehouse

Snowflake's mission: Add new, powerful enterprise features to a cloud-native data warehouse system without forcing the customer to turn knobs for the best performance

Spark-powered Splice Machine goes open source

Spark-powered Splice Machine goes open source

An open source version of the Hadoop-based and Spark-accelerated RDBMS is now available sans a few enterprise features

Python for .Net rises from the dead

Python for .Net rises from the dead

After long suffering from stagnant development, the IronPython project for running Python on .Net is getting a new lease on life with new team leaders and a Python 3 upgrade

Prometheus unbound: Open source cloud monitoring

Prometheus unbound: Open source cloud monitoring

Prometheus 1.0 is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's effort to assemble a product portfolio for a container-based, open source cloud

Pyston and PyPy chart different courses to a faster Python

Pyston and PyPy chart different courses to a faster Python

As Pyston matures, it's taking a different path than the well-established PyPy, but having choices for making Python faster is a win-win for users

Oden uses Google's Golang ecosystem to cook up a new language

Oden uses Google's Golang ecosystem to cook up a new language

The experimental language uses Go's underlying toolchain to deliver features that Google's language doesn't have yet

TypeScript 2.0 beta kicks async support down the road

TypeScript 2.0 beta kicks async support down the road

There's still a lot to like in the newest version of Microsoft's JavaScript-derived language, like non-nullable variable types

Microsoft R Client provides a free taste of R Server

Microsoft R Client provides a free taste of R Server

It's limited in power, but low in price: R Client provides a reduced but functional set of features from the full Microsoft R Server product

Chef combines 3 devops tools in one package

Chef combines 3 devops tools in one package

The new Automate enterprise commercial bundle is an integrated option for existing Chef users, but not a requirement

Don't be fooled: June's high IT job numbers are deceptive

Don't be fooled: June's high IT job numbers are deceptive

What looks like a surge in IT hiring is simply Verizon strikers returning to the job. The year's IT hiring remains weak

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