Fortunately, we have all the answers, in this newest edition of The New Stack Context podcast, our weekly roundup and discussion of the hottest news stories about all matters cloud-native and scalable computing. This week, our regular TNS hosts — editorial director Libby Clark, managing editor Joab Jackson and publisher/founder Alex Williams — are joined by Michelle Gienow, a front-end web developer who writes the Code N00b column for The New Stack and covers programming news for us.
- What You Need to Know About the Meltdown and Spectre CPU Flaws
- Linus Torvalds on Meltdown: Perhaps We Should Move to ARM
- Making sense of Meltdown/Spectre (Sysdig/Michael Ducy)
- Vulnerability Note (Cert)
- More details about mitigations for the CPU Speculative Execution issue (Google)
- Creative Software Destruction and the New Presentation Layer.
- How Microsoft’s Brendan Burns is trying to make cloud-native app deployment as easy as coding (GeekWire)
- Npm Spam Cleanup Briefly Zaps a Few Legit Software Packages
- IBM Delves into Serverless Function Orchestration with the Open Source Composer Tool
- Get Started with Spinnaker on Kubernetes
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