Serdar Yegulalp

Senior Writer

Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, covering software development and operations tools, machine learning, containerization, and reviews of products in those categories. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, InformationWeek, 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, Infinimata Press.

Rust tutorial: Get started with the Rust language

Happy Hacking Keyboard review: Tiny typing comfort at a cost

Happy Hacking Keyboard review: Tiny typing comfort at a cost

Compact and with great key action, but expensive, the HHKB wants to be your one keyboard for all devices.

What’s new in Rust 1.65

What’s new in Rust 1.65

Rust was designed to make it easy to develop fast and safe system-level software. Here’s what’s new.

Book review: 'Python Tools for Scientists'

Book review: 'Python Tools for Scientists'

Python has a wealth of scientific computing tools, so how do you decide which ones are right for you? This book cuts through the noise to help you deliver results.

The best new features and fixes in Python 3.11

The best new features and fixes in Python 3.11

A faster interpreter, more intelligible errors, more powerful type hints, and a slew of other speedups and tweaks are now ready to try out.

The best open source software of 2022

The best open source software of 2022

InfoWorld’s 2022 Bossie Awards celebrate the most important and innovative application development, devops, data analytics, and machine learning tools of the year.

6 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution

6 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution

Kubernetes and containers are changing how applications are built, deployed, and managed. These distros are leading the charge.

Why the C programming language still rules

Why the C programming language still rules

The C language has been a programming staple for decades. Here’s how it stacks up against C++, Java, C#, Go, Rust, Python, and the newest kid on the block—Carbon.

Intro to Nuitka: A better way to compile and distribute Python

Intro to Nuitka: A better way to compile and distribute Python

You can use Nuitka to compile Python programs to standalone executables, then redistribute them without the Python runtime.

Python garbage collection and the gc module

Python garbage collection and the gc module

How does Python deal with memory management? Learn the ins and outs of Python's garbage collection system and how to avoid its pitfalls.

Use Cython to accelerate array iteration in NumPy

Use Cython to accelerate array iteration in NumPy

NumPy is known for being fast, but there's always room for improvement. Learn how to use Cython to iterate over NumPy arrays at the speed of C.

7 YAML gotchas to avoid—and how to avoid them

7 YAML gotchas to avoid—and how to avoid them

YAML is a human-readable configuration file format that is flexible and easy to understand, but fraught with unexpected pitfalls. Here’s how to dodge its most precarious issues.

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