Weekend Musings: Brief Brilliance for Your Saturday (June 8)

Here is a quick run down of some stories that I found interesting during the week.

The Architect’s Guide to the GenAI Tech Stack — 10 Tools I previously wrote about the modern data lake reference architecture, addressing the challenges in every enterprise — more data, aging Hadoop tooling (specifically HDFS) and greater demands for RESTful APIs (S3) and performance — but I want to fill in some gaps.

F1 cars in 2026 will be smaller, safer, more nimble, more sustainable Earlier today, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile laid out the direction for Formula 1's next set of technical regulations, which will go into effect in 2026. It will be the second big shakeup of F1's technical regs since 2022 and involves sweeping changes to the hybrid powertrain and a fundamental rethink of how some of the aerodynamics work.

Backlog Management Guide Backlog management is supposed to be simple, but the reality is different. Often, the backlog becomes a disguise for a waterfall framework.

Getting hands-on with Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization Given the latest news in the virtualization market, there’s a good chance you may be searching for an alternative for your current virtual machine (VM) workloads. The good news is, Red Hat has a solution that might be what you're looking for. Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization, a feature in Red Hat OpenShift, provides a modern platform you can use to run and deploy new and existing VM workloads. It allows you to migrate and manage traditional VMs as part of your unified hybrid cloud platform.

How to Remember More of What You Read YouTube Short

Have a wonderful weekend!