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Whisk-y business: How Apache OpenWhisk hole left IBM Cloud Functions at risk of hijacking

Now-patched vulnerability let attackers overwrite code

Serverless Computing: Building it, managing it, developing it

And saving on it…

Acquisition Galvanize'd: Code bootcamp Hack Reactor eyed up by hungry tech trainers

Enterprise is the new green among programming retreats

Want to save more on Serverless Computing? You’ve gotta be FaaS

Earlybird tickets take off in August

Continuous Lifecycle 2019 call for papers is open NOW

Events Who do we want on stage? You of course

Devs: This is another fine Mesh you've got us into, Microsoft

Or: How I learned to stop worrying about infrastructure and love the cloud

Python creator Guido van Rossum sys.exit()s as language overlord

‘Benevolent dictator for life’ tired of the hate, leaves behind no successor or governance

OK, so they sometimes push out insecure stuff, but software devs need our love and respect

AppSec EU So sayeth OWASP chairman Martin Knobloch

Git365. Git for Teams. Quatermass and the Git Pit. GitHub simply won't do now Microsoft has it

Poll Tell us, what should the source shack be called post-Redmondisation?

Azure storage adds static HTML website hosting

Seven years after AWS S3, but just in time for serverless

Container captain Kubernetes sails v1.11 to a shoreline near you

Networking, storage get some love in the latest drop of code

Google Cloud CEO admits: Yeah, we wanted GitHub too. Whatevs

'I really hope Microsoft can keep them totally neutral.' Haha

New Python update slithers into release

Behold, the new, faster version 3.7, with nanosecond timing, data classes and docs in more (human) languages

Puppet is a poppet in the eyes of DevOps cash injectors: Automation upstart bags extra $42m

There's gold in them thar hills of servers and daemons

K8s awaits due date for latest, greatest slate: Extension versioning will reach beta, mates

Version 1.11 of Kubernetes expected to drop Wednesday

Facebook floats BOLT to jolt code out of bit bloat

Network open sources Linux command-line tool for optimizing large binaries

Splunk acquires VictorOps to take it – and you – into site reliability engineering

$120m buy aims to step beyond DevOps into triage

Hortonworks Data Platform update flicks on containerisation

Extends cloudy deals with IBM, Microsoft and Google

What can you do when the pup of programming becomes the black dog of burnout? Dude, leave

Hey, friend. It's not your fault

Contain yourselves: Kubernetes for Azure unleashed on world+dog

Microsoft: Plz park your containers in our cloud K thx

Docker Hub security dissed, dodgy container image data damned

Kromtech finds malicious code hiding in enterprise upstart's repositories of software

Docker seeks Golden State burnish for cloud container expansion

Plan for unification also includes making code easier to use

Hacked serverless functions are a crypto-gold mine for miscreants

Infosec bods warn of poorly secured tools auto-scaling, landing a jackpot for crooks

Missed our Continuous Lifecycle conference? Relive it in video

All the info, none of the food and drink

Is Microsoft about to git-merge with GitHub? Rumors suggest: Yes

Updated Internet says... Redmond, keep your forking hands off our favorite website

Storm in a teapot: Anger brews over npm's jokey proxy error messages

404: Sense of humor – or professionalism? – not found

VM-container chimera Kata Containers emerges from lab

1.0 milestone signals readiness for something

OpenStack makes Zuul continuous delivery tool its second indie project

Now you can develop just like a massive sprawling open-source infrastructure project

No root for you, or how to stop worrying and love AWS China

Making resilient CICD pipelines requires careful planning

Git push origin undo-my-last-disaster

When it can be described, it can be automated

Agile development exposed as techie superstition

Try fast, frequent and frugal experiments instead

Serverless continuous deployment for the AWS crowd: Feeding time in Lambda-land

Continuous Lifecycle For all its utility, serverless lacks unicorns and rainbows

Hey cool, you went serverless. Now you just have to worry about all those stale functions

No more unpatched servers, but alternative is hardly watertight

You're in charge of change, and now you need to talk about DevOps hater Robin

So many good reasons not to get with the program

Orchestral manoeuvres in the Docker: A noob's guide to microservices

Where to begin with born-to-be-scaled stuff

You love Systemd – you just don't know it yet, wink Red Hat bods

Red Hat Summit It's the anchovy pasta of Linux administration, it seems

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