Martin Heller

Contributing Editor

Martin Heller is a contributing editor and reviewer for InfoWorld. Formerly a web and Windows programming consultant, he developed databases, software, and websites from his office in Andover, Massachusetts, from 1986 to 2010. More recently, he has served as VP of technology and education at Alpha Software and chairman and CEO at Tubifi. Disclosure: He also writes for Hewlett-Packard's TechBeacon marketing website.

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Review: MongoDB takes on the world

Review: MongoDB takes on the world

MongoDB 4.0 beefs up with global cloud clusters, multi-document ACID transactions, and HIPAA compliance

Go tutorial: Get started with Google Go

Go tutorial: Get started with Google Go

Go is a concise, simple, safe, and fast compiled language that trades features for speed. Isn’t it time you gave it a try?

Julia tutorial: Get started with the Julia language

Julia tutorial: Get started with the Julia language

Want the convenience of a dynamic language and the performance of a compiled statically typed language? Try Julia

YugaByte review: Planet-scale Cassandra and Redis

YugaByte review: Planet-scale Cassandra and Redis

YugaByte DB combines distributed ACID transactions, multi-region deployment, and support for Cassandra and Redis APIs, with PostgreSQL on the way

Kotlin tutorial: Get started with Kotlin

Kotlin tutorial: Get started with Kotlin

Kotlin can provide huge benefits to developers currently working on Java and Android projects--here’s how

Why use SaltStack for automation and orchestration

Why use SaltStack for automation and orchestration

SaltStack is a good choice for very large networks, thanks to its message queue networking and multi-master architecture

Cosmos DB review: Database for a small planet

Cosmos DB review: Database for a small planet

Multi-model Azure database combines global reach and a choice of five consistency models, allowing you to trade off cost for consistency

GitHub tutorial: Get started with GitHub

GitHub tutorial: Get started with GitHub

Every developer should be on GitHub. Follow these steps to create a repository, push commits, merge pull requests, and clone and fork other repos

TensorFlow review: The best deep learning library gets better

TensorFlow review: The best deep learning library gets better

At version r1.5, Google's open source machine learning and neural network library is more capable, more mature, and easier to learn and use

CockroachDB review: A scale-out SQL database built for survival

CockroachDB review: A scale-out SQL database built for survival

CockroachDB is a distributed SQL database built on top of a transactional and consistent key-value store that can withstand datacenter failures

Jenkins tutorial: Get started with Jenkins continuous delivery

Jenkins tutorial: Get started with Jenkins continuous delivery

How to use Jenkins Blue Ocean and NPM to create a CICD pipeline for a Node.js and React application

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