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Alexa skill tutorial: How to write your first voice-assistant app

This step-by-step developer guide show you how to customize an Amazon Alexa skill to make your own directory or phone book

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AWS cloud services guide: The right tools for the job

Here are the most common uses for the cloud and which Amazon Web Services components you need for them

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NetSuite co-founder Evan Goldberg talks strategy

One year after Oracle acquired the company he helped create, Evan Goldberg sits down to talk strategy.

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Chatbots and voice assistants: Often overused, ineffective, and annoying

While it’s cute to talk to your computer, chatbots provide little value to many processes, yet they get an inordinate amount of attention from providers

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What is JSON? JavaScript Object Notation explained

JSON has eclipsed XML as the preferred data interchange format for web applications and web services. Here’s why

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What Kubernetes can do for container orchestration

With Microsoft and Amazon joining Cloud Native Computing Foundation at the highest level, Kubernetes, the open source container orchestration product is becoming a de facto standard to manage containerized environments

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How to write event-driven IoT microservices that don’t break

Today’s IoT environments are a potential rat’s nest of asynchronous craziness just waiting to happen

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Microservices need to honor contracts

In the ever-expanding era of cloud computing, microservices must adhere to contracts

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20 years of AWS: Time flies when you're winning

To call Jeff Bezos devoted to a core set of principles is an understatement. What's drove AWS's launch in 1997 also drives its success today

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13 tips to foil cloud lock-in

Public cloud vendors want your workloads forever. Here's how to create a viable exit strategy

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Millions of websites affected by unpatched flaw in Microsoft IIS 6 web server

A proof-of-concept exploit has been published for a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0, a version of the web server that's no longer supported

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Yahoo breach lessons IT can't ignore

The indictment against the attackers behind the Yahoo breach shows just how vulnerable corporate networks are when thieves get their hands on employees' personal information

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5 web analytics tools every business needs

For deep insights into how users interact with your website or app, look no further than these affordable tools

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Nginx JavaScript is ready for prime time

The Nginx Plus R12 server can be programmed using NginScript, a JavaScript-based tool

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IT gets a taste of the other side of tech support

In search of a simple service, a techie is frustrated personally and professionally by bad web work

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Facebook tool helps find malicious SSL certificates

Facebook has released an internal tool that makes it easier for enterprise IT teams to search public Certificate Transparency logs for all certificates associated with their domains

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AWS looks to take the drudge work out of data analysis

At re:Invent, company unveils AWS Glue, a new service designed to be a fully managed data catalog and ETL system

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