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.

Get started with Rust, the language for safer code

Get started with Rust, the language for safer code

Here’s how to get your feet wet with using Rust’s tool chain, creating projects, working with third-party code, and managing libraries

What’s new in Fedora Linux 27

What’s new in Fedora Linux 27

The newest version of Red Hat’s user-oriented Linux distro improves modularity to ease updates, refreshes the software development tools, and ends alpha releases

NoSQL standouts: The best key-value databases compared

NoSQL standouts: The best key-value databases compared

Aerospike, Hazelcast, Memcached, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, and Redis put different twists on fast and simple data storage

What’s new in the Anaconda distribution for Python

What’s new in the Anaconda distribution for Python

Version 5.0.1 of the math-, science-, and data-analysis-focused distribution for Python uses newly recompiled binaries

Apache PredictionIO: Easier machine learning with Spark

Apache PredictionIO: Easier machine learning with Spark

An open source project now under Apache’s guidance uses a template system for easy training and deployment of Spark-powered machine learning models

4 extra-strength container security tools for Docker and Kubernetes

4 extra-strength container security tools for Docker and Kubernetes

These third-party offerings bring enterprise monitoring, policy-based controls, in-container auditing, and hardened Linux kernels to container-based applications

5 essential Python tools for data science—now improved

5 essential Python tools for data science—now improved

SciPy, Cython, Dask, HPAT, and Numba all have new versions that aid big data analytics and machine learning projects

Docker will include Kubernetes in the box

Docker will include Kubernetes in the box

Both the enterprise and desktop editions of Docker will include Kubernetes, making the container technology easier to use in both development and production environments

Gluon brings AI developers self-tuning machine learning

Gluon brings AI developers self-tuning machine learning

A Microsoft and Amazon joint effort makes neural networks easier to program and use with the MXNet and Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit frameworks

What is Grafeas? Better auditing for containers

What is Grafeas? Better auditing for containers

Google's Grafeas provides a common API for metadata about containers, from image and build details to security vulnerabilities

6 essential libraries for every Python developer

6 essential libraries for every Python developer

Whether you're compiling Python for speed, building native UIs for Python desktop apps, or refining existing Python code, these Python projects have you covered

11 open source tools to make the most of machine learning

11 open source tools to make the most of machine learning

Tap the predictive power of machine learning with these diverse, easy-to-implement libraries and frameworks

What’s new in MySQL 8.0

What’s new in MySQL 8.0

Better Unicode support, better JSON and document handling, and long-requested features like window functions are part of the next big release for the popular open source database

Bossie Awards 2017: The best cloud computing software

Bossie Awards 2017: The best cloud computing software

InfoWorld picks the best open source software for building and managing cloud infrastructure

Bossie Awards 2017: The best software development tools

Bossie Awards 2017: The best software development tools

InfoWorld picks the top open source software for building systems and applications

Cython 0.27 speeds Python by moving away from oddball syntax

Cython 0.27 speeds Python by moving away from oddball syntax

The latest version of the Python-to-C toolkit can use Python's own native type-hinting syntax to accelerate the conversion process

6 machine learning projects to automate machine learning

6 machine learning projects to automate machine learning

Tweaking machine learning algorithms and models won't always be for experts only, thanks to these cutting-edge projects

ONNX makes machine learning models portable, shareable

ONNX makes machine learning models portable, shareable

Microsoft and Facebook's machine learning model format aims to let devs choose frameworks freely and share trained models without hassle

Mesosphere taps Kubernetes for container orchestration

Mesosphere taps Kubernetes for container orchestration

Longtime Kubernetes competitor Mesosphere joins the bandwagon, making Kubernetes available with DC/OS

4 major fixes on the Python roadmap

4 major fixes on the Python roadmap

Whether you're into machine learning, API building, devops, or containers and microservices, you will stand to gain from these Python advances

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