Diversity and discrimination are very different things.
Diversity (good) leads to discrimination (bad) if pursued as a single goal.
Diversity in the workplace is a side effect/benefit of hiring the best people for the job. Anything else is a mistake.
Mimicking the sound of an existing artist is all artificial and no intelligence. https://
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We've been discussing and predicting loosely coupled solutions (SOA) for years. SOA has finally become the acceptable approach to how solutions are built. The concept of applications has evolved from monolithic silos to abstract groupings of headless services used to resolve business problems. This evolution to distributed systems requires ceding some control to headless services that weren't necessarily designed in the context of your business problem. This means we need to calculate SLOs/MTTR/etc of our solution by incorporating the availability, constraints, and performance thresholds of those underlying headless services. This is really not that conceptually different from the pre-SOA days because we always had some aspects of our applications that weren't 100% under our control (e.g vendor-provided resources like SQL Server or IBM mainframe gateways).
Solution providers need to be able to swap out underperforming services to achieve better overall solution performance. Not an easy thing to do unfortunately (not yet, anyway).
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Too bad it requires Chrome. Security keys are more secure anyway (no risk of phishing pages).
Azure AzCopy now supports copying data from an Amazon Web Services S3 bucket. https://
Using AOP seems interesting but isn't worth pursuing. Event-driven continues to be the best approach. https://
The DID spec describes an URL that is cryptographically verifiable with no central authority. https://
New wine in old bottles. We used to call this "contract first" https://