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InfoQ Reading List

Return of the OpenJDK Developers Guide

A new version of the OpenJDK Developers Guide is now available, targeted at new and returning contributors and updated for the current reality of the project.

By Johan Janssen

Presentation: Optimize for Time

Andy Walker talks about Time - the most precious commodity at hand. He gives advice on how to use time in a way that enables teams to improve. He shares some practical advice on how to get the most out of the time, and proposes some principles to develop personal approaches.

By Andy Walker

Presentation: Designing Composable Functional Libraries, Not Just for Data Visualization

Tomas Petricek describes the design of a data visualization library in The Gamma, covering principles of functional library design useful to use when tackling problems in other domains.

By Tomas Petricek

Metrics Collection at Scale: Learning from Uber's M3

In a recent InfoQ podcast, Rob Skillington, co-founder and CTO at Chronosphere, shared his experience and opinions on the topic of observability in modern distributed systems. Key topics covered: metrics collection at scale, multi-dimensional metrics and high-cardinality, the importance of the developer experience, and the value of open standards, such as OpenMetrics.

By Daniel Bryant

Article: Q&A on the Book Cyber Warfare

The book Cyber Warfare by Dr. Chase Cunningham explores how organizations can defend themselves against cyber attacks. It provides examples of actual attacks together with defense techniques, tools, and strategies for cybersecurity.

By Ben Linders, Chase Cunningham

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