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So Many Options, So Little Time

2 months ago

So many language/framework options, so little testing time, that is. Recently, two projects I was working on drove me to check out a breadth of languages and/or frameworks to handle cross-platform development. While Unity and Unreal have traditionally been my game platforms of choice and I typically use Xamarin for cross-platform (though native development is […]

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Don Macvittie

Global Demand for Developer-Centric Security Fuels Secure Code Warrior’s Continued Growth

2 months ago

BOSTON & SYDNEY & LONDON, August 24, 2021 — Global secure coding company Secure Code Warrior® has announced the signing of its 400th customer and strong business performance in response to an increased demand for security-aware and security-skilled developers across all industries worldwide. This milestone achievement follows the onboarding of 120 new enterprise customers across 30 […]

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Veronica Haggar

How to Successfully Scale Agile

2 months ago

Agile has proved its value to businesses across industries and geographies. In fact, the pandemic elevated it to an absolute necessity for organizations’ success and survival. Business leaders around the world invested aggressively in Agile transformation as they scrambled to meet changing customer demands through newly hybrid and remote workforces. Not surprisingly, the faster they […]

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Alok Uniyal

Majority of Software Engineers Want Remote Work Options

2 months ago

The pandemic brought unprecedented change to the digital ecosystem, impacting users, companies and software engineers alike. COVID-19 accelerated ongoing digital transformation and forced many organizations to innovate rapidly. Newfound reliance on digital experiences increased demand for software programmers, exacerbating demand in a market already short on talent. In this era, work-from-home (WFH) became commonplace and […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

F5 Networks Planning Open Source Projects Beyond NGINX

2 months ago

F5 Networks today revealed plans to launch multiple projects in the months ahead that will extend its commitment to open source beyond the NGINX proxy software the company acquired in 2019. The announcement was made during an online NGINX Sprint event; two of the projects are extensions of NGINX that will address networking requirements between […]

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Mike Vizard

Edge Computing: Tech’s Next Trillion-Dollar Opportunity 

2 months ago

Even as technology continues to move into the cloud, a simultaneous shift is already underway in the opposite direction as computing increasingly moves to the edge. One key reason: by 2025, the number of connected devices in use is expected to exceed 56 billion units, according to IDC. Edge computing is not a successor to […]

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George Mathew

Why You Should Use GitOps to Experiment With AI

2 months ago

As the pace at which artificial intelligence (AI) models are being constructed and inevitably updated starts to increase, it’s becoming more apparent that the pace at which data science teams are currently experimenting also needs to dramatically quicken. Many data science teams today are fortunate if they manage to successfully deploy two AI models in […]

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Dmitry Petrov

Shifting Pipeline Security Left and Left Again

2 months ago

Moving to the cloud creates a tremendous opportunity to get security right and reduce the risk of a data breach. Most organizations start their cloud security efforts by ‘shifting security left’ thereby addressing issues in the CI/CD pipeline. Fixing known vulnerabilities and risky configurations before pushing images to production makes sense. But there is an […]

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Janet Matsuda

The Pace of Change Requires Better Testing

2 months ago

The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 created a pressing need to give people additional ways to do their jobs and handle the tasks of day-to-day life via mobile devices and forced the growth of app innovation at a never-before-seen rate. Thanks to new application development technologies and agile processes along with open source and embedded libraries, […]

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Jim Azar

Kentik Open Sources Five Projects to Advance Network Observability

2 months 1 week ago

Kentik today unfurled a developer hub, dubbed Kentik Labs, through which it is making five open source projects available as part of an effort to advance observability across network operations (NetOps). The five projects are: kTranslate: A system for pulling and pushing network data that is the basis of the Kentik Firehose integration the company […]

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Mike Vizard

DevOps Unbound: Does Standardization Disrupt Innovation?

2 months 1 week ago

Although everyone has their own definition of DevOps, it all comes down to creating better software faster, empowering development and operations teams and delivering value to customers. However, there really isn’t a standard approach to DevOps. Should we standardize DevOps to introduce automation, avoid confusion and speed up the process? Will standardizing DevOps foster or […]

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Alan Shimel

Low-Code is Table Stakes for Enterprises

2 months 1 week ago

Enterprises across all industries are facing mounting pressure to deliver business value with speed and agility. In the digital age, companies that can’t keep pace often fall to the wayside, especially in light of increasing customer expectations and dynamic regulatory requirements. Speed has become table stakes. And business leaders have risen to the challenge across […]

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Arvind Jha

Micronaut Taps Moderne to Automate Java Framework Updates

2 months 1 week ago

Micronaut, a provider of a framework for building applications based on microservices and serverless computing platforms, today revealed it is allying with Moderne, a provider of a tool for refactoring code, to create a “recipe” that will automatically update the Micronaut framework. Moderne CEO Jonathan Schneider said the open source OpenRewrite refactoring tool for code, […]

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Mike Vizard

How to Prepare Your DevOps Environment for DevSecOps

2 months 1 week ago

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a deep, irreversible change within work environments, as most organizations are reimagining this “new normal” with a combination of fully remote or hybrid work. DevOps practices are being increasingly normalized and relied upon to respond to the needs of modern, digitized companies. Coming out of the pandemic, organizations now better […]

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Anand Ahire

Yeah, You’re Doing DevOps

2 months 1 week ago

The Stack Overflow annual survey of developers came out this month, and it has a lot of interesting data points in it. There is a lot that I wish was different about their questions/methodology, but one thing caught my attention. Docker, Kubernetes and similar tools (Ansible and Terraform are in there at lower percentages, for […]

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Don Macvittie

Cloud Security Requires Shared Responsibility

2 months 1 week ago

The Growth of Public Cloud and the Need for Cloud Security Since 2006 when Amazon first introduced EC2 — the first public cloud service — cloud has become a major staple of enterprise information technology strategy. Both Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and newer cloud services continue to grow robustly. Enter the need for cloud security. […]

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Renata Budko

2021 Inc. 5000 Names MediaOps One of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America

2 months 1 week ago

For the second year in a row, MediaOps earns inclusion on the annual Inc. 5000 list Boca Raton, FL, August 17, 2021 — MediaOps (https://mediaops.com), the place to tell your story in the most powerful way, today announced it has been once again named to the annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of […]

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Veronica Haggar
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