#SRECon17Americas: Some Key Takeaways

#SRECon17Americas: Some Key Takeaways

I really enjoyed SRECon17 in San Francisco on Monday and Tuesday this week, I think it’s becoming one of my favorite conferences.  It’s packed with great content, attended by interesting professionals and it’s not so large of an event that you feel you can’t make...
9 Women Who Are Breaking Down Barriers in Tech

9 Women Who Are Breaking Down Barriers in Tech

In honor of International Women’s Day, it is important for us to recognize the influential women who are leading the Tech, Ops and DevOps revolution. Susan J. Fowler – Engineer @ Stripe Susan resides in Berkley, CA, where she is an engineer at Stripe. Prior to...
The 7 Artificial Intelligence Books You Should Read Today

The 7 Artificial Intelligence Books You Should Read Today

We’re obviously deeply interested in AI and as a team have gone through a long list of books on the topic.  Some of us were beginners at the start, others were already experts.  Here is a shortlist that reflects our collective recommendations, but we’ve highlighted...
Not Your Father’s Python: Amazing Powerful Frameworks

Not Your Father’s Python: Amazing Powerful Frameworks

When we were getting SignifAI off the ground, one of the biggest decisions we had to make right at the beginning was what our stack would be. We had to make a typical choice: use a relatively new language like Go or an old, solid one like Python. There are many good...
Why Do People Still Love Manual Processes?

Why Do People Still Love Manual Processes?

I received a very honest piece of advice from the CTO of a large SaaS company headquartered in the Mid-West last week, which was actually spot on, and for which am really grateful. It was a great reminder about the reality of the types of processes and cultures that...