The Internet of Things attacked a major DNS node, Nintendo announced its new console, and VMWare will run on AWS.
More IoT stuff, the release of Yarn, and the chatbot competition results.
It's been a busy week, with lots of things to talk about. In order not to make this note too long though, I'll therefore limit myself to Google's hardware announcements.
Botnets are making use of the Internet of Things, Windows runs on Docker running on Windows, and new attempts to make AI seem like a good thing.
Almost 2 months ago, AWS announced a serverless chatbot competition. As I happen to have one of those lying around I decided to enter this competition.
Homebrew released version 1, Allo is available, and CloudFormation got some much needed love for usability.
This past week mostly looked to me as a lot more talk about the iPhone 7 and iOS 10 reviews, but there were a couple of unrelated software releases that interest me.
With Apple's announcements last week, I doubt anyone will be surprised that's going to be my main topic. Additionally though, there was the announcement of the new PS4 Pro.
A quiet week for tech news, but there were various pieces of Android related bad news, and I'll want to mention Apple's tax issues.
When using Docker containers to trigger Ansible configuration, you can run into an issue regarding Docker's virtual filesystem and SSH sockets. This shows how I worked around that problem.