QUIC has been in Chrome for some years now but Chrome versions 52 and 53 will allow you to run your own QUIC service, if you like.
The Internet of Things without the Internet is just things. So, what does the Internet bring to things to justify a capital T?
Are software engineers really engineers? Byron takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the ‘for’ and ‘against’ arguments.
Here at APNIC, we use both IP anycast and managed DNS. This article outlines how we do it.
A new APNIC Labs tool is now available on the labs website, providing a visualization of the BGP peering relationships within a single economy, over IPv4 and IPv6.
At APNIC we’ve recently ported our ASN delegation service from Perl to Java using onion architecture. Find out what it means for you.
Are you using Sping’s JdbcTemplate? Here’s a simple way to use Java 8 Stream API on SQL.
Continual upgrades in devices and infrastructure gives mobile advantage over broadband in IPv6.
I’d like to share a technique I use to make embedding dynamic charts simpler and more effective.
The Registration Data Access Protocol service at APNIC is now out of pilot stage and fully up to date with the specifications.