A coding judge, big data's enterprise conundrum, DIY education is on the move.
This week on O'Reilly: Coding is tied to cultural competence, not just a profession; Jim Stogdill wondered if solution vendors are waiting for broad Hadoop adoption before jumping in; and we learned how Schoolers, Edupunks and Makers are reshaping education.
Web ops and performance questions with PicMonkey's Justin Huff.
A profile of web operations and performance expert Justin Huff, software engineer at PicMonkey and formerly of Google/Picnik.
Benefits of a Velocity diet, data journalism's history, it's evolution time for booksellers.
This week on O'Reilly: We learned how the Velocity Conference site got a big makeover thanks to Velocity practices, Liliana Bounegru offered a brief history of data journalism, and Joe Wikert explained how booksellers can reinvent themselves.
Thoughts on what happens when live video is commoditized.
The introduction of Google+ Hangouts On Air marks the beginning of live video's disruption. Here's two reasons why this is a big deal.
Web ops and performance questions with Nicole Sullivan, architect at Stubbornella.
Nicole Sullivan discusses her favorite CSS tools and who she follows in the web ops & performance world.
An open standards battle in the U.K., mobile web development keeps growing, the upside of functional languages.
This week on O'Reilly: We learned how the U.K. government is facing pressure from all sides as it evaluates open standards, Maximiliano Firtman evaluated two years' worth of mobile web developments, and the utility of functional languages was put in the spotlight.
Web ops and performance questions with Sergey Chernyshev.
A profile of web operations and performance expert Sergey Chernyshev, director of web systems and applications at truTV and organizer of the New York Web Performance Meetup Group.
Maximiliano Firtman on mobile web development's recent leaps.
Over the last two years, mobile web development has continued its rapid evolution. In this interview, Fluent speaker and "Programming the Mobile Web" author Maximiliano Firtman discusses the short-term changes that caught his attention.