Ten months since they put a ring on it, is the new web standard advancing at the speed it should?
Check the small print and question your use case
The fine art of telling machines what to do, from 1957 to 2015
'We're not competing with Facebook - we're not putting a flag in the sand' - Jimmy Wales on TPO Community
Computing talks exclusively with the Wikipedia creator on his social network
CA's Georg von Sperling talks to Graeme Burton about the importance of the CALMS methodology when organisations shift to DevOps
'It's not in the interests of outsourcing companies to have teams talking to each other and working efficiently'
Euromoney, British Gas and Ovo Energy adopt DevOps methodologies to speed up development cycles and reduce failed releases
Boyan Dimitrov, platform automation lead at Hailo, explains how DevOps has made the firm's coders more productive
Travel giant cuts release times 75 per cent by moving towards continuous delivery and shifting some Ops staff to development
DevOps Summit: Are you a clunky Tesco, or a streamlined, DevOps-friendly Etsy, asks Cambridge Satchel CTO
'Ask how good is your technology, and how good are the people building it' advises Wooldridge
Hiscox's Jonathan Fletcher argues that DevOps is the way forward when it comes to solving issues in IT
Chef's Justin Arbuckle argues you have to be selective when it comes to compliance
Open source not a meritocracy, he claims
As well as delivering software faster, DevOps has numerous benefits for the IT department, research finds, but strong leadership is essential
Patch due on Thursday - brace yourselves
Making Just Eat 'available to customers wherever they are on any device' - an interview with CTO Carlos Morgado
Apple Watch, cloud and analytics are refining food ordering at Just Eat, providing a personal experience to customers, wherever they are, Morgado tells Computing
Is it better to support all major platforms or specialise in one or two?
For DevOps to work, it cannot be adopted in a half-hearted fashion, argues Jos Creese
Justin Arbuckle, vice president EMEA and chief enterprise architect at Chef, tells Computing that DevOps ends the either/or conundrum of balancing innovation with compliance
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'Crowd-sourced' nature of OS development spells high hopes, says Microsoft
As Microsoft flogs Bing Maps to Uber and Android rumours re-emerge, is the end nigh for Windows Phone?
When a four per cent market share's just not enough
And 83 per cent will be doing it on desktop, too
Coders must ensure AI doesn't interpret 'prevent human suffering' as 'kill all humans', warns researcher
The potential for AI to harm people - even inadvertently - isn't low enough to be ignored, warns Dr Stuart Armstrong