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There's just a week to show us how AI really works in business

Events There are just seven days left until we close the call for papers for M3, and we would really love to hear how you’re putting artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics to work in business. We’re just as interested in how the technology is finding its way into traditional organisations and augmenting or …
Team Register, 24 Mar 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Glassholes are COOL now Apple's doing it

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week Ed, Melissa and Peter chew on the week's tech news from Apple, Uber, Nimble and Reduxio before diving in on the implications from Brexit. The details... (0:00) Lost in Slovakia (7:18) Lego tape (10:40) Apple and augmented reality (17:50) Uber's continued …
Team Register, 22 Mar 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Early Bird offer ends tonight – March 17

There are less than 24 14 hours left to grab tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London at our very generous, slightly extended early bird price. Once Friday clicks into Saturday, they revert to full price, and they’ll be staying there. So if you want to tune into more than 36 of the sharpest minds in DevOps, Containerization, …
Team Register, 16 Mar 2017
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M3: Skymind.io’s Melanie Warrick to deliver keynote

Events We’re thrilled to announce that Skymind.io’s Melanie Warrick will be a keynote speaker at M3. Melanie is a Deep Learning Engineer at Skymind.io, and focuses on both neural nets and distributed systems, as she builds machine learning products that consume data at scale. Whilst at Skymind.io, she has developed a deep learning …
Team Register, 15 Mar 2017
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Speaking in Tech: WTH! Bitcoin costs more than Visa transaction?

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week in our enterprise tech podcast, Greg, Ed and Melissa are joined by Amy Lewis, who has recently been added as a co-host for the show. This week the team discusses Intel’s big move to redefine itself, Bitcoin problems and Uber podcasts. The details… (0:00) Bacon …
Team Register, 15 Mar 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle early bird offer extended to Friday

Events We’ve extended our early bird ticket offer for Continuous Lifecycle London, giving you till the end of this week to save big time on our three day spectacular spanning the best in DevOps, Containers, Agile and Continuous Delivery. Early bird tickets were due to finish on March 12. However, it seems ending things on a weekend …
Team Register, 13 Mar 2017
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Want a deal on Continuous Lifecycle tickets? Act now

Events It’s just a few days till we pull down the shutters on our Early Bird offer for Continuous Lifecycle London, our three-day spectacular spanning the best in DevOps, Containers, Agile and Continuous Delivery. If you move quickly you can save a very tidy pile of cash on both our conference programme and our deep dive, all day …
Team Register, 10 Mar 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Blame Millennials

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week techcaster-in-chief Greg is down under in Melbourne, Australia, with guests Adrian DeLuca, head of solution architecture at Amazon Web Services; Michael Heffernan, director infrastructure technology HDS; David Merrill, chief economist HDS; and Matthew Greensmith, …
Team Register, 08 Mar 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Just days till early bird tickets fly off the menu

You have just a few days to save £100s on Continuous Lifecycle London, our three-day conference on all things DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Containers. Our early bird offer for both the conference and workshop day, which runs from 17-18 May at the QE II Conference Centre, expires on Sunday. So if you want to hear from 40 …
Team Register, 08 Mar 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Final Countdown for early bird tickets

The clock is ticking on our early bird offer for Continuous Lifecycle, our three-day dive into all things DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Containers. You’ve got until Sunday to save hundreds of pounds on both our two day conference programme on May 17-18, and our day three lineup of all-day workshops, all of which happens at …
Team Register, 06 Mar 2017
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We're busting open containers at Continuous Lifecycle

Events Continuous delivery and DevOps mean continuous change, and one of the biggest changes over the last year has been the explosion in interest in containers. So whether you’re looking to further refine your container strategy, are poised to put containers into production, or are simply pondering what all the fuss is about, …
Team Register, 02 Mar 2017

It's time to out the data hogs in your office

Promo Nobody enjoys slow networks. If your organisation is wasting productive time watching virtual sand pour through virtual hour glasses, you need to get to the bottom of the problem. Enter SolarWinds® Bandwidth Analyzer Pack, a tool that scours your network to figure out who or what is hogging bandwidth and stressing your …
Team Register, 01 Mar 2017
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Speaking in Tech: A chat with Web 2.0 MySpace worm dude Samy Kamkar

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Ed Saipetch and Peter Smallbone steer the podcast this week with very special guest Samy Kamkar of Samy worm fame, a world renowned privacy and security researcher, computer hacker, whistleblower and entrepreneur. The details… 2:15 Samy’s Myspace worm 8:27 Curiosity 9: …
Team Register, 01 Mar 2017

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Team Register, 28 Feb 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle: Early bird tickets ready to fly

You’ve got less than two weeks to snag early bird tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London and save yourself a packet on three days of the best in DevOps, Containers, Continuous Delivery and Agile. There are savings on both the conference sessions on May 17 and 18 and for the all-day workshops on May 19, all of which take place …
Team Register, 28 Feb 2017
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Red Hat’s Jen Krieger joins Continuous Lifecycle lineup as keynoter

Events We’re very happy to reveal that Red Hat’s Jen Krieger will be delivering a keynote at Continuous Lifecycle London, our three-day DevOps, Agile, CD and Containers conference this May. Jen is chief agile architect at Red Hat, where she leads a department-wide DevOps movement focusing on CI/CD best practices. She has worked with …
Team Register, 24 Feb 2017
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Swedish politician wants weekly hour of paid sex. For exercise

A Swedish municipality may allow its workers to get on the job while on the clock, for an hour each week. This idea comes to the world thanks to Per-Erik Muskos, a councillor in the Swedish district of Övertorneå, which is a whisker to the south of the Arctic Circle and home to under 2,000 people. As it happens, your …
Team Register, 24 Feb 2017

Speaking in Tech: Taxing robot labour for benefit glorious taxpayer

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Regular tech podcasters Greg and Ed are joined by Josh Atwell of NetApp to discuss the rapid pace of innovation and automation and the impact on employment and society. The crew also discuss sexual harassment in the tech industry and Oracle “clawbacks”. The details… (0: …
Team Register, 22 Feb 2017
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Kubernetes and Prometheus flesh out CLL deep dive lineup

We’ve added the final session to our workshop lineup for Continuous Lifecycle London, giving you six options for diving deep into the technologies and tools driving cutting edge software development and deployment. Weaveworks’ Luke Marsden will not just show you how to get up and running with Kubernetes, but how to use …
Team Register, 21 Feb 2017
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Speaking in Tech: There must be 50 ways to leave your cloud provider

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week the whole crew is together for a rare conclave of banter and tech news including remote workers, nerd dress codes, cloudy status reports and fake news. The details… (0:00) Sleeping on a plane (4:25) Blowing glass (6:50) The Lego Batman Movie review (10:20) …
Team Register, 15 Feb 2017
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What have you learned about machine learning and AI?

Reg Events Machine learning, AI and robotics are escaping from the lab, and popping up businesses, and we want to know how you’re putting them to work. The call for papers for M3 is open now, and we want to hear how real world organisations like yours are using artificial intelligence, machine learning algorithms, deep learning, and …
Team Register, 14 Feb 2017
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Tech Trailblazers Awards: Shortlist out - now it’s over to you

The shortlist of entries for this year’s Tech Trailblazer Awards is available for your perusal and you now have until the end of this week to choose your favourites. The Tech Trailblazer Awards have been running for six years, giving real world companies the chance to highlight their innovation efforts, and real world users …
Team Register, 13 Feb 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle London: More workshops, more speakers

We’ve added more workshops and conference speakers to the Continuous Lifecycle lineup, making the three-day event a must-go for any tech pro looking to get on top of DevOps, containerization, and Continuous Delivery. We’re chuffed that Pingworks’ Christoph Lukas and Alexander Birk will be delivering a whole-day workshop on …
Team Register, 10 Feb 2017
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Speaking in Tech: So. Hard-boiled Brexit... will tech firms scramble?

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week on our tech chatfest, Ed Saipetch, Melissa Gurney and Peter Smallbone drive the podcast ship to discuss Snap, US travel bans, smart TVs that are a bit too smart and laptop spies. The details… (01:42) Slippery trackpads (04:43) Snap IPOing (12:11) Snap’s $400m …
Team Register, 08 Feb 2017

Update or shut up: Microsoft's choice for desktop Skypers

Microsoft's hurrying desktop Skype users to new client software. As revealed in a post late last week, Redmond's new plan will mean that come March 1st, users of “Skype for Windows desktop (7.16 and below) or Skype for Mac (7.0 to 7.18) will no longer be able to sign in.” To avoid that conversational crimp, you need merely …
Team Register, 06 Feb 2017

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