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On spring break. Here's the best of ARCHITECHT so far.

I'll be enjoying spring break in Las Vegas for the next week, and will be back with the daily newslet
On spring break. Here's the best of ARCHITECHT so far.
By ARCHITECHT • Issue #56 • View online
I’ll be enjoying spring break in Las Vegas for the next week, and will be back with the daily newsletter on Tuesday, April 18. But please don’t get the wrong idea—unlike most folks who take spring break in Vegas, I live there and will actually be enjoying our unfortunately short spring. 
Until then, please take a look at what you might have missed on the ARCHITECHT website since I launched it in January. If you’re a new subscriber, it’s also a great time to peruse the archives here—55 previous issues—for daily takes on the past 3 months of cloud, AI and big data news.

News and analysis
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Long-form interviews
Pivotal CEO Rob Mee on the success of Cloud Foundry and learning to sell enterprise software
How simplicity can help containers actually improve cybersecurity
The immense promise, and practical limitations, of machine learning in biochemistry
Ozlo founders on their knowledge API for AI assistants. Think Siri, but with nuance.
Why Thomas Siebel made the move from CRM to industrial IoT (and back again?)
Stitch Fix CTO talks data science, modern architectures and moving up the engineering ladder
The ARCHITECHT Show podcast
Jay Kreps on the evolution of Kafka and the need for simplicity in data infrastructure
Bonsai CEO on abstracting AI for developers and applying it to real business problems
Kubernetes creator Brendan Burns on joining Microsoft and where we’re really at with containers
Documenting the rise of Docker, and the multi-cloud, with Datadog’s Olivier Pomel
DigitalOcean CTO on growing with developers and the challenge of selling simplicity
Cloudera co-founder on the future of big data: AI, IoT and cloud computing
Why the future of enterprise IT includes containers, clouds and, yes, IBM
Box co-founder on moving to microservices, and the promise of Kubernetes
Managing scale at GitHub and realizing Walmart is an ‘open source Mecca’
Baidu’s Andrew Ng on the economics of AI and what tech companies owe the labor force
Instagram’s head of engineering on solving problems without killing Schrödinger’s cat
The economics of private clouds, the rise of ‘serverless’ and the business case for carjacking
A crash course from Google on engineering for the cloud
Choose your cloud carefully
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