Sort by:

Serverless at the Edge with Kenton Varda

Over the last decade, computation and storage has moved from on-premise hardware into the cloud data center. Instead of having large servers “on premise,” companies started to

Web Security at Cloudflare, Pinterest, and Segment

Last month, Software Engineering Daily had our 4th Meetup at Cloudflare in San Francisco. For this Meetup, the format was short interviews with security specialists from Pinterest,

Protocol Buffers with Kenton Varda

When engineers are writing code, they are manipulating objects. You might have a user object represented on your computer, and that user object has several different fields—a name, a

Cloud Marketplace with Zack Bloom

Ten years ago, if you wanted to build software, you probably needed to know how to write code. Today, the line between “technical” and “non-technical” people is blurring. Website

Cloudbleed and SHA-1 Collision with Max Burkhardt

Thursday February 23rd was a big day in security news: details were published about the Cloudbleed bug, which leaked tons of plaintext requests from across the Internet into plain view.