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, Genji Press.

Visual Studio Code vs. Atom: How they stack up

Visual Studio Code vs. Atom: How they stack up

The open-source, ultra-configurable code editors from Microsoft and GitHub have a lot in common. Here are the big differences you need to know

7 MySQL and MariaDB features you don’t want to miss

7 MySQL and MariaDB features you don’t want to miss

Look to these powerful MySQL and MariaDB features to boost your modern apps

Why the C programming language still rules

Why the C programming language still rules

The C language has been a software development staple for five decades. Here’s how it stacks up against C++, Java, C#, Go, Rust, and Python in 2019

What is TensorFlow? The machine learning library explained

What is TensorFlow? The machine learning library explained

TensorFlow is a Python-friendly open source library for numerical computation that makes machine learning faster and easier

What’s new in TensorFlow 2.0

What’s new in TensorFlow 2.0

Google’s TensorFlow 2.0 is now available in beta, with a focus on improving performance, ease, compatibility, and continuity

The best new features in Python 3.8

The best new features in Python 3.8

From a powerful new assignment syntax to under-the-hood overhauls, Python 3.8 steps toward a more modern Python codebase

5 Kubernetes distributions with something extra

5 Kubernetes distributions with something extra

There is more than one way to do Kubernetes. These five distros take unique approaches to solving specific problems

10 best API management tools

10 best API management tools

From simple open source solutions to end-to-end enterprise services, these are the top tools for creating, deploying, and managing APIs

5 IFTTT alternatives for developers

5 IFTTT alternatives for developers

These IFTTT-like toolkits let you bind together services using conditional logic, with a focus on enterprise and developer integrations

10 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution

10 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution

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

10 Visual Studio Code extensions for every developer

10 Visual Studio Code extensions for every developer

From Docker and Git integrations to Markdown and XML support to live collaboration, these add-ons for Visual Studio Code complement any workload

What is PyPy? Faster Python without pain

What is PyPy? Faster Python without pain

PyPy is a drop-in replacement for the stock Python interpreter that is many times faster for some Python programs

What’s new in Fedora Linux

What’s new in Fedora Linux

Fedora 30 arrives with support for Ansible’s Linux System Roles and a new Fedora CoreOS edition, which replaces Fedora Atomic Host

Delta Lake gives Apache Spark data sets new powers

Delta Lake gives Apache Spark data sets new powers

A new open source project from Databricks adds ACID transactions, versioning, and schema enforcement to Spark data sources that don't have them

22 open-source tools that make Kubernetes better

22 open-source tools that make Kubernetes better

Take advantage of these Kubernetes companions to simplify app definitions, enhance monitoring, ease cloud deployments, and more

TensorFlow unveils MLIR for faster machine learning

TensorFlow unveils MLIR for faster machine learning

Sublanguage project promises faster compilation and easier hardware optimization for high-performance machine learning models

What is Jupyter Notebook? Data analysis made easier

What is Jupyter Notebook? Data analysis made easier

Jupyter Notebook combines live code, graphics, visualizations, and text in shareable notebooks that run in a web browser

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment

12 open-source tools that make Docker better

12 open-source tools that make Docker better

From bringing GUIs to Docker tools to using Docker to streamline development and testing, these 12 projects help float Docker’s boat

24 Python libraries for every Python developer

24 Python libraries for every Python developer

Web apps, web crawling, database access, GUI creation, parsing, image processing, and lots more—these handy tools have you covered

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