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.

Rust 1.9 improves speed, error handling

Beware zero ratings, the new threat to Net neutrality

Beware zero ratings, the new threat to Net neutrality

'Zero ratings' let users stream some sites without incurring bandwidth charges, but not others. So what happened to Net neutrality?

Twitter open-sources Heron for real-time stream analytics

Twitter open-sources Heron for real-time stream analytics

Twitter's in-house replacement for Apache Storm, backward-compatible with that project, is now available to everyone

Dropbox wants to speed up Python with Pyston 0.5

Dropbox wants to speed up Python with Pyston 0.5

The latest version of the Python runtime sponsored by Dropbox uses garbage collection to enhance compatibility with existing code

Ansible 2.1 gets a grip on Microsoft Azure and Docker

Ansible 2.1 gets a grip on Microsoft Azure and Docker

Automation framework Ansible's second point revision adds management for Microsoft Azure and Docker containers, and so far avoids being just a Red Hat support tool

Bitbucket’s Pipelines turns up the pressure on GitHub and GitLab

Bitbucket’s Pipelines turns up the pressure on GitHub and GitLab

Bitbucket outfits the code-hosting service with a continuous integration and delivery pipeline, with integrations to many major third-party services

GitLab goes heavy on Docker registry support, light on restrictions

GitLab goes heavy on Docker registry support, light on restrictions

Must container registries be standard-issue for code-hosting platforms? GitLab is about to find out, as it adds support for them across its products

Open source tool manages AWS Lambda apps

Open source tool manages AWS Lambda apps

The open source tool deploys, runs, and manages AWS Lambda apps from the command line, even using apps written in languages not supported directly by Lambda

Python 3, Ruby, Rust, and JavaScript algorithms are now welcome on Algorithmia

Python 3, Ruby, Rust, and JavaScript algorithms are now welcome on Algorithmia

The service for building and hosting algorithms and monetizing them as APIs will also support the standard repositories for third-party code used by each language

Open source tool watches Linux systems, containers for suspicious activity

Open source tool watches Linux systems, containers for suspicious activity

New from Sysdig, Falco alerts you to unwanted behaviors, not just in Docker apps, but throughout the system

Jenkins finds a new home on Microsoft Azure

Jenkins finds a new home on Microsoft Azure

The popular CI/CD solution is moving to Microsoft's cloud for its infrastructure, a possible indication of how it'll address issues of scale

Want to boost your salary? Learn Scala, Golang, or Python

Want to boost your salary? Learn Scala, Golang, or Python

Scala, Golang, and Python, along with big data tech like Apache Spark, reliably bolster your paycheck, according to salary-tracking site PayScale

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