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Bitcoin's ­Underlying Incentives
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Bitcoin's ­Underlying Incentives

The unseen economic forces that govern the Bitcoin protocol.

Operational Excellence in April Fools' Pranks
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Operational Excellence in April Fools' Pranks

Being funny is serious work.

Monitoring in a DevOps World
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Monitoring in a DevOps World

Perfect should never be the enemy of better.

Titus
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Titus: Introducing Containers to the Netflix Cloud

Approaching container adoption in an already cloud-native infrastructure.

Research For Practice: Private Online Communication; Highlights in Systems Verification
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Research For Practice: Private Online Communication; Highlights in Systems Verification

Expert-curated guides to the best of CS research.

Views from the Top
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Views from the Top

Try to see things from a manager's perspective.

Network Applications Are Interactive
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Network Applications Are Interactive

The network era requires new models, with interactions instead of algorithms.

Abstracting the Geniuses Away from Failure Testing
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Abstracting the Geniuses Away from Failure Testing

Ordinary users need tools that automate the selection of custom-tailored faults to inject.

Cache Me If You Can
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Cache Me If You Can

Building a decentralized Web-delivery model.

Bitcoin's Academic Pedigree
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Bitcoin's Academic Pedigree

The concept of cryptocurrencies is built from forgotten ideas in research literature.

XML and JSON Are Like Cardboard
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XML and JSON Are Like Cardboard

Cardboard surrounds and protects stuff as it crosses boundaries.

Research For Practice
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Research For Practice: Vigorous Public Debates in Academic Computer Science

Expert-curated guides to the best of CS research.

Hootsuite
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Hootsuite: In Pursuit of Reactive Systems

A discussion with Edward Steel, Yanik Berube, Jonas Bonér, Ken Britton, and Terry Coatta

Breadth and Depth
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Breadth and Depth

We all wear many hats, but make sure you have one that fits well.

Is There a Single Method For the Internet of Things?
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Is There a Single Method For the Internet of Things?

Essence can keep software development for the IoT from becoming unwieldy.

Metaphors We Compute By
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Metaphors We Compute By

Code is a story that explains how to solve a particular problem.

Research For Practice: Technology For ­nderserved Communities; Personal Fabrication
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Research For Practice: Technology For ­nderserved Communities; Personal Fabrication

Expert-curated guides to the best of CS research.

Four Ways to Make CS and IT More Immersive
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Four Ways to Make CS and IT More Immersive

Why the Bell curve hasn't transformed into a hockey stick.

The Calculus of Service Availability
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The Calculus of Service Availability

You're only as available as the sum of your dependencies.

Data Sketching
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Data Sketching

The approximate approach is often faster and more efficient.
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