What news from AWS re:Invent last week will have the most impact on you?
Amazon Q, an AI chatbot for explaining how AWS works.
Super-fast S3 Express storage.
New Graviton 4 processor instances.
Emily Freeman leaving AWS.
I don't use AWS, so none of this will affect me.
Mary Branscombe
Mary Branscombe

After completing an MSc in Intelligent Knowledge Based Systems in 1990, Mary Branscombe was convinced that promising as the AI techniques she’d been studying were, they weren’t even close to being ready. Since then, she’s been a technology journalist for more than three decades, specialising in Microsoft but covering the rise of Windows, the birth of the web, smartphones and the cloud – and most recently, the arrival of AI as something mainstream developers can take advantage of. She remains frustrated the technology industry hasn’t done better at security and understanding its social impact. Despite her lingering fondness for Prolog, she has a particular interest in JavaScript, TypeScript and WebAssembly.

STORIES BY Mary Branscombe
Why Microsoft Has to Save OpenAI
The Project Helping All Browsers Deliver the Same Web Platform
What Does It Mean for Web Browsers to Have a Baseline
Beyond Browsers: The Longterm Future of JavaScript Standards
What’s Next for JavaScript: New Features to Look Forward to
How WASM (and Rust) Unlocks the Mysteries of Quantum Computing
The New JavaScript Features Coming in ECMAScript 2023
Will JavaScript Become the Most Popular WebAssembly Language?
How to Build The Right Platform for Kubernetes
Kubernetes Dashboards: Everything You Need to Know
Kubernetes for Windows
Confidential Compute on Azure with Kubernetes
How Bindle Makes It Easy to Store and Distribute Cloud Native Apps
Browser Vendors Aim to Heal Developer Pain with Interop 2022
Turn Deployment Environments into Commodities with Azure
Igalia: the Open Source Powerhouse You’ve Never Heard of
Not Just for Telcos: Open RAN Opens 5G Networks to Devs, Enterprises
Can TypeScript Help More Developers Adopt ECMAScript Modules?
Microsoft Brings eBPF to Windows
How TypeScript Helps Enterprise Developers
JavaScript Forecast: What’s Ahead for ECMAScript 2022?
How Do Authentication and Authorization Differ?
How WebAssembly Could Streamline Cloud Native Computing
Cluster API Offers a Way to Manage Multiple Kubernetes Deployments
What Is WebAssembly — and Why Are You Hearing So Much About It?
ECMAScript 2021: What’s Next for JavaScript?
WebAssembly Brings Inline Data Transformations to RedPanda Kafka Streaming Platform
The Next Step after DevOps and GitOps Is Cloud Engineering, Pulumi Says