Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian is a technology journalist with over two decades of press experience. His primary focus is dedicated to examining software application development issues. He also has a special interest in open source, data analytics and data intelligence, cloud computing, mobile devices and data management. He has worked across print media, newspapers and television.

Forget the users, the threat starts in the software supply chain

The central issue with decentralized applications

The central issue with decentralized applications

In its rawest form, a decentralized application is any app that runs on a connected network of compute resources, but our modern notion of decentralized applications (or DApps) is one where apps run on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network of...

Saving software: why technical debt doesn't pay

Saving software: why technical debt doesn't pay

Extraneous outdated chunks of software code exist inside many enterprise applications -- these legacy appendages can slow down, complicate and otherwise compromise the onward development of progressive software application development...

Firing up rules engines to drive digital twin development

Firing up rules engines to drive digital twin development

Rules engines and the rules-based formulation of analytics logic can prove useful for IoT digital twin application development, especially in scenarios where data analysts lack object-oriented programming experience. Given the wider...

Microsoft goes macro on low-code software vision

Microsoft goes macro on low-code software vision

The code-first purists at Microsoft have worked to provide new layers of low-code software tooling to create a new way of building applications for our future needs - exactly how the worlds of high-code, low-code and perhaps also...

An alternative technology prediction list for 2021

An alternative technology prediction list for 2021

It's a fairly safe bet to assume that 2021 will see a great deal of post-pandemic related technology growth and re-alignment. We know that key areas will include the further growth of hybrid cloud, AI, process automation, data...

Inside the API machine room

Inside the API machine room

APIs are the ‘gluing bond’ and connectivity channel between different software application parts and components… so, what tools do we need to build one, what design principles govern their creation and by what measure can we judge an...

Network engineers wake up to computational storage

Network engineers wake up to computational storage

Next-generation computational storage systems are coming to the fore that perform processing operations on the storage device itself to reduce internal system transport time, reduce application bottlenecks and pave the way to more...

Microsoft open source lead: what we've learned (so far)

Microsoft open source lead: what we've learned (so far)

Stormy Peters has a track record of working for and with some of the most prominent open computing groups and organizations around the globe. Joining Microsoft as director of the company’s open source programs office in summer of...

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