When developing and deploying a new feature or application, performance (speed, reliability) must be closely analyzed. After all, there’s no benefit to delivering a product if it doesn’t work well or users are forced to stare at a spinning wheel. To get a true view of performance, many organizations rely on metrics—a smart move since […]
Is DevOps a part of your mobile app development strategy? Are your teams working at their most efficient to keep up with the demands of an increasingly mobile-first society? Here are five tips and tricks to help you simplify and improve your app development process, courtesy of Microsoft Mobile Center.
Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl) is a theoretical physicist, but in his keynote at the 2016 All Day DevOps conference, he talked more about economics and human interactives than physics. What does either have to do as the keynote for a conference on DevOps? Well, for a little more background, Mark Burgess is also the founder and […]
“Moving Fast and Changing the World”— Jeremy Stone and Code.org’s mission to transform CS education and America’s STEM workforce As quickly as the world is changing, how can we use this momentum and proactively contribute to this change? We need to start with the basics and focus on education. Jeremy Stone, CTO of Code.org, is […]
Automation architect Mike Millgate wants to work himself out of a job. Of course, he doesn’t want to make himself obsolete. He simply wants to automate testing so that QA teams can free their time to do other strategic exercises, such as exploratory testing and focus on security. Mike knows what he’s talking about. At […]
Last year, I was able to attend 18 DevOps conferences. I saw some awesome presentations, met incredible people and expanded my knowledge of the latest practices at each conference. While my role as the DevOps Advocate for Sonatype enables me to get out to all of these conferences, not everyone has the time, the budget, […]
Automated tests are an important part of continuous integration, but if they’re not reliable, they can cause more problems than they solve. This problem is not new to Angie Jones, who works as a consultant automation engineer advising scrum teams on automation strategies and developing automation frameworks for countless software products. Jones currently works for […]