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The History, Status, and Future of FPGAs
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The History, Status, and Future of FPGAs

Hitting a nerve with field-programmable gate arrays.

Debugging Incidents in Google's Distributed Systems
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Debugging Incidents in Google's Distributed Systems

How experts debug production issues in complex distributed systems.

Dark Patterns
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Dark Patterns: Past, Present, and Future

The evolution of tricky user interfaces.

Power to the People
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Power to the People

Reducing datacenter carbon footprints.

Demystifying Stablecoins
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Demystifying Stablecoins

Cryptography meets monetary policy.

Commit to Memory
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Commit to Memory

Chipping away at Moore's Law.

Communicate Using the Numbers 1, 2, 3, and More
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Communicate Using the Numbers 1, 2, 3, and More

Leveraging expectations for better communication.

Securing the Boot Process
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Securing the Boot Process

The hardware root of trust.

Opening Up the Baseboard Management Controller
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Opening Up the Baseboard Management Controller

If the CPU is the brain of the board, the BMC is the brain stem.

The Reliability of Enterprise Applications
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The Reliability of Enterprise Applications

Understanding enterprise reliability.

Hack for Hire
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Hack for Hire

Investigating the emerging black market of retail email account hacking services.

API Practices If You Hate Your Customers
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API Practices If You Hate Your Customers

Application programming interfaces speak louder than words.

Demo Data as Code
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Demo Data as Code

Automation helps collaboration.

The Evolution of Management
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The Evolution of Management

Transitioning up the ladder.

Overly Attached
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Overly Attached

Know when to let go of emotional attachment to your work.

The Top 10 Things Executives Should Know About Software
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The Top 10 Things Executives Should Know About Software

Software acumen is the new norm.

Access Controls and Healthcare Records
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Access Controls and Healthcare Records: Who Owns the Data?

A discussion with David Evans, Richard McDonald, and Terry Coatta.

How to Create a Great Team Culture (and Why It Matters)
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How to Create a Great Team Culture (and Why It Matters)

Build safety, share vulnerability, and establish purpose.

Design Patterns for Managing Up
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Design Patterns for Managing Up

Four challenging work situations and how to handle them.

Understanding Database Reconstruction Attacks on Public Data
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Understanding Database Reconstruction Attacks on Public Data

These attacks on statistical databases are no longer a theoretical danger.
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