The long-term success and evolution of many companies balances on the effectiveness and versatility of their software architecture and the teams that design, implement, and deploy it. To continue to find success and evolution within your own role you must at some point become as skilled in the breadth of what software architecture solutions can include as you are in the depths of programming knowledge that you already have. The more involved you are with software architecture—and even if you don't carry the title of architect you can bet you are involved—the more technical breadth becomes critical. You must understand tradeoffs, technology options, and engineering best practices, plus have the leadership chops to execute your vision.
Learn from an expert while you become the expert. This video is designed to teach Exchange Server administrators (and aspiring Exchange Server admins) how to work with Exchange Server 2016. This video series covers deployment, upgrade, architecture, and day-to-day administration.
Develop effective skills to design and implement server virtualization using Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V.
Bots—conversational interfaces driven by artificial intelligence—are revolutionizing the way we interact with computers, online services, and each other. The public has accepted Siri and Google Talk. Alexa, Amazon’s countertop voice bot that listens and helps you with your everyday chores, is primed for holiday sales. Bot Day 2016, O’Reilly Media’s first-ever conference on bots, presented some of the visionaries responsible for creating the new bot world.
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For the first time in generations, many believe our children may be worse off than we are. Skeptics point to technology as the culprit, arguing that AI and robotics will destroy far more jobs than they create.