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.


IBM Bluemix wants to take the drudgery out of devops

IBM Bluemix wants to take the drudgery out of devops

IBM's Bluemix Continuous Delivery offers reusable workflows for devops, with familiar services like GitHub and Slack as part of the plan

Move over Memcached and Redis, here comes Netflix's Hollow

Move over Memcached and Redis, here comes Netflix's Hollow

Netflix's new Java-powered data caching system promises to speed access to local data sets and aid developers building on top of that data

How Amazon's AI-powered store might work its magic

How Amazon's AI-powered store might work its magic

Amazon Go is billed as a checkout-free store powered by AI and machine learning. Here's what might be going on behind the shelves

Lift language opens the door to cross-platform parallelism

Lift language opens the door to cross-platform parallelism

A project sponsored in part by Google aims to allow algorithms to be optimized to get the most out of whatever hardware it runs on

IT job growth in 2016 was at a three-year low

IT job growth in 2016 was at a three-year low

The total number of IT jobs created this year is shaping up to be less than half of what it was in the boom year of 2014

4 likely future twists for Python

4 likely future twists for Python

What does the future hold for Python, aside from new versions of the language? Let's check the crystal ball

Google goes 'fuzzy' to combat insecure software

Google goes 'fuzzy' to combat insecure software

Google's new OSS-Fuzz initiative tests key open source software projects at scale, so you won't have to

Now AWS wants to be your cloud APM provider, too

Now AWS wants to be your cloud APM provider, too

New services from Amazon allow end-to-end instrumentation of apps, but existing APM vendors can stand their ground by offering robust reporting tools

Docker for AWS: Who's it really for?

Docker for AWS: Who's it really for?

With several Docker solutions already running on Amazon's cloud, why pick the newly released Docker for AWS? Depends on whether you're a Docker maven or an AWS master

Amazon's next wave of machine learning: Powerful, practical

Amazon's next wave of machine learning: Powerful, practical

Experts get more flexible GPUs on EC2 and FPGA programming, while users looking for out-of-the-box smarts can build Alexa-style conversational interfaces

Canonical offers direct Docker support to Ubuntu users

Canonical offers direct Docker support to Ubuntu users

Already have a Canonical support contract? Docker saves you a step by using Ubuntu's app delivery tech

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