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.

CrossOver for Android promises Windows app compatibility, but only on Intel

Experimental web IDE brings power of data notebooks to JavaScript

Experimental web IDE brings power of data notebooks to JavaScript

Carbide is designed more like a Jupyter notebook, allowing for live markup, annotation, and manipulation of code and data

Shippable debuts all-in-one app lifecycle management

Shippable debuts all-in-one app lifecycle management

New Shippable rev provides universal scripting for building, testing, and deploying apps, eliminating the need to create workflows from scratch

Red Hat Virtualization 4 woos VMware faithful

Red Hat Virtualization 4 woos VMware faithful

The latest update to Red Hat's virtualization platform adds new container and VM tech, and it entices VMware users to check out the open source side

Google readies next-gen RPC protocol to replace JSON

Google readies next-gen RPC protocol to replace JSON

Google's gRPC aims to oust JSON for exchanging data between HTTP-connected services

Linux at 25: Containers and unikernels prove less is more

Linux at 25: Containers and unikernels prove less is more

Linux remade the datacenter and created the cloud; now it’s revolutionizing app development and delivery

Data notebook for Python, R gets reworked for the web

Data notebook for Python, R gets reworked for the web

JupyterLab creates powerful and fluid live data notebooks powered by Python, R, and other superstars of big data programming

Go and Rust updates developers will love

Go and Rust updates developers will love

The two languages improve speed and performance, with the added goal of delivering better developer experiences

New Lever language builds on Python's convenience, aims for PyPy speeds

New Lever language builds on Python's convenience, aims for PyPy speeds

Open source language aims to be as easy to use as Python, but with easier concurrency, user-customizeable syntax, and PyPy-level speeds

Free at last! PowerShell goes open source, heads to Linux

Free at last! PowerShell goes open source, heads to Linux

Microsoft believes that open-sourcing its command-line automation and scripting environment will drive its cross-cloud management platform and Linux-native apps

Tableau 10 gives users the features they want

Tableau 10 gives users the features they want

A UI makeover and new data-synthesis features driven by user feedback aim to keep Tableau ahead of competitors like Qlik and Microsoft

Gartner dubs machine learning king of hype

Gartner dubs machine learning king of hype

Gartner has machine learning at the peak of the hype cycle, with headline benefits (self-driving cars) still years off

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