Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek is a writer for SiliconANGLE Media's roving news desk team theCUBE, covering events and developments in the tech world.Repeated stints as a publication editor in high school, a focus on international language studies in college, and a self-published examination of H.P. Lovecraft's fiction have left him with a deep appreciation of new communications developments.An enthusiastic fan of music, Pesek is a long-time album reviewer for The Burning Beard, which has led to contact with up-and-coming bands around the world, while also maintaining daily reviews of albums from his personal collection.Raised in south Texas, he currently lives in north Louisiana.

Latest from Gabriel Pesek

Designing interfaces for self-serve API portals: HPE upgrades Helion | #HPEDiscover

For every software application, no matter its function, the interface and other elements of user experiences form a significant part of consumer impressions, making a lack of effort on that front perilous enough to hobble even the most powerful functionality in the market. At the HPE Discover EU event in London, Bryan Jacquot, worldwide user experience […]

The storage story behind The Machine, HPE’s reborn computer | #HPEDiscover

Unveiled Monday at HPE Discover EU in London, The Machine is a reborn computer that flips conventional IT architecture on its head. To discuss how storage is impacted by Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s groundbreaking efforts to significantly speed up data retrieval, Milan Shetti, CTO of the Data Center Infrastructure Group at HPE, joined Dave Vellante (@dvellante) and […]

Using clouds and containers to open up legacy systems | #KubeCon

As open-source becomes more and more a part of competitive tech enterprises, the insular nature of legacy architectures and environments is showing more and more cracks in its foundations. As such, helping businesses transition away from those old forms and into modern ones is becoming a business focus in and of itself for some of […]

Data science: What does it mean and how is it best applied? | #CDSUSA

While data science (along with its associated tools, utilities and applications) is a hot topic in the tech world across innumerable facets of industry, there’s still a large degree of uncertainty as to just what data science means, and how it can best be applied. At the Chief Data Scientist, USA event in San Francisco, […]

Bringing data tools to Google’s legal department | #CDSUSA

Disruption of traditional practices has become a big selling point for various technologies in recent years. But no matter how committed to an ideal a company may be, it will likely run into severe difficulties when trying to apply it to firmly established aspects of the enterprise experience, particularly in the legal department. At the recent […]

Leveraging shared student data for application success | #Amplify

For many of the people working in tech fields, the experience of selecting and applying to their college may be a memory they don’t care to revisit. But for the tech force of tomorrow, understanding how best to approach that situation can have an enormous impact on the rest of their lives. Stephanie Shyu, founder […]

Democratizing visual language: Visualizing ways of improving communication and learning | #Amplify

For all of the advances in using technology to address problems found across the spectrum of life experiences, only a small percentage of those technological solutions take on the challenge of addressing the essential nature of communication, something on which all technology depends. At the Girls in Tech – Amplify Women’s Pitch Night 2016 event […]

Bringing prescription filling into the digital delivery age | #Amplify

While online retailers have made significant inroads against physical stores in the sales of books, music, food and countless other types of products, medication is one area that hasn’t caught up to the digital age yet, though some innovators are looking to change that situation. At the Girls in Tech – Amplify Women’s Pitch Night […]

Improve product safety with data simulations | #GEMM16

While software and data utilities are taking much of the spotlight in the ongoing unification of digital and industrial business strengths, the physical side of operations is gradually reclaiming the attention of these businesses, not only with the presence of sensors on equipment, but in applying the gathered data to improving safety. At the GE […]

Drawing developers to new heights in GE’s shift toward software | #GEMM16

With data gathering and management finding new avenues for usage in a wide variety of products and industries, building the software and architecture for handling that data is opening up its own paths for growth by broadening pre-existing tech fields. At the GE Minds + Machines conference in San Francisco, CA, Lothar Schubert, director of […]