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Darryl K. Taft
Darryl K. Taft

Darryl K. Taft covers DevOps, software development tools and developer-related issues from his office in the Baltimore area. He has more than 25 years of experience in the business and is always looking for the next scoop. He has worked at various technology publications including Government Computer News, Computer Systems News (CSN), CRN, eWEEK and TechTarget. Taft is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and was named "one of the most active middleware reporters in the world." He also has his own card in the "Who's Who in Enterprise Java" deck.

STORIES BY Darryl K. Taft
HBCUs Can Become a Key Source of Software Development Talent
Who’s Afraid of the Queen of DevRel?: Angie Jones of Block
C++ on the Move
Microsoft Makes Azure Load Testing Generally Available
Google’s Carbon among Other Potential C++ Successors
Redis Looks Beyond Cache Toward Everything Data
AWS Serves Up Tools for Data Heads, Cloud Native Security
LaunchDarkly: Feature Management Is a Must-Have
.NET 7 Simplifies Route from Code to Cloud for Developers
ServiceNow Launches UQL for Observable Kubernetes Apps
Microsoft Takes Kubernetes to the Edge with AKS Lite
Microsoft Bolsters Cloud Security with DevOps, CSPM Coverage
OpenJDK Provider Azul Systems Weighs in on Java 19
Oracle Sets Foundation for the Language’s Future in Java 19
Hazelcast Aims to Democratize Real-Time Data with Serverless
PyTorch Takes AI/ML Back to Its Research, Open Source Roots
VMware Aria Graph Powers New Multicloud Management Strategy
Where Can Heroku Free Tier Users Go?
Veracode’s SBOM API Simplifies Software Security for Devs
Microsoft Launches Dev Box Preview
DevOps Institute Checks the Pulse of SRE
Eclipse Plunges into OSS Supply Chain Security
Tailscale SSH Launches in Beta to Replace SSH Keys
#BlackTechTwitter for Life
ARMO: Misconfiguration Is Number 1 Kubernetes Security Risk
Unlocking the Developer
Microsoft Delivers Azure Container Apps, Developer CLI
Cloud Foundry Launches Korifi to Ease Kubernetes Development