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Author: Twain Taylor

My interests lie in DevOps, IoT, and cloud applications. I began my career in tech B2B marketing at Google India, after which I headed marketing for multiple startups. Today, I consult with companies in The Valley on their content marketing initiatives, and write for tech journals.

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The Elastic IPO is a done deal, and the now-public company is ready to scale new heights with its powerful…

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2017-2018 has seen lucrative startup funding rounds as young companies seek investor dollars. Here are six that have caught the…

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Here are the top open source tools that have sprouted from the Kubernetes revolution. Which of them will you use…

Kotlin or Java: Which language should you use to build Android apps?

Kotlin and Java are both powerful programming languages. But which one is better when it comes to developing Android apps?

Minimal Ubuntu for the cloud delivers some maximum benefits

Despite its small-sounding name, Minimal Ubuntu can help automate deployment at scale and is available across a wide range of…

Top 8 tools to use when working with serverless computing

Serverless computing makes development easier. And these tools from several startups will make serverless computing even easier.