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Georges Geha
Georges Geha
Georges Geha
imabonehead
Delivering Continuous Delivery, continuously | Info | The Guardian - http://www.theguardian.com/info...
Delivering Continuous Delivery, continuously | Info | The Guardian
"This extract from the Build Quality In anthology of DevOps and Continuous Delivery experience reports explains how the Guardian adopted Continuous Delivery." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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"One Hacker Way, a Rational Alternative to Agile Presented at Reaktor Dev Day 2014 reaktor.fi/blog/erik-meijer-software-eating-world/ reaktordevday.fi" - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
excellent presentation! - imabonehead
imabonehead
"Sid Anand discusses the architectural and development practices adopted by LinkedIn as a continuous growing company." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Georges Geha
Paxcel
With rapid evolution of software development and inculcation of cloud based technologies rising to an all time high in the last few years, DevOps has come into light to spin up new environments quickly and with ease. Here is a case study - http://www.dev2ops.in/chaikin...
imabonehead
Microsoft to open source 'Orleans' in early 2015 | ZDNet - http://www.zdnet.com/article...
"Microsoft has announced it will open source Orleans, its distributed cloud-programming model best known for being used on Halo 4. Orleans, a project from Microsoft's eXtreme Computing Group, has been simmering away for several years now and has been occasionally demoed to developers. The programming model gained some attention last year after the eXtreme Computing Group revealed it deployed Orleans for Microsoft's Halo 4 team. According to the Orleans team, the programming model has now been used in production within Microsoft for nearly three years as part of Halo Reach and Halo 4 backend services." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Paxcel
New SQL on Hadoop implementations are available for Big Data Processing. While working on such problems, we evaluate Impala and Presto and share our experiences - http://paxcel.net/blog...
Georges Geha
Binary Semantics
Use Mobile Apps for Quintessential Business Performance Reporting http://www.binarysemantics.com/blog...
imabonehead
"Microsoft today announced plans to open source .NET, the company's software framework that primarily runs on Windows, and release it on GitHub. Furthermore, Microsoft also unveiled plans to take .NET cross-platform by targeting both Mac OS X and Linux. In the next release, Microsoft plans to open source the entire .NET server stack, from ASP.NET 5 down to the Common Language Runtime and Base Class Libraries. The company will let developers build .NET cloud applications on multiple platforms; it is promising future support of the .NET Core server runtime and framework for Mac and Linux. Microsoft is also making Visual Studio free for small teams." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
They had to do something with it now that Silverlight is done. - Julian
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Paxcel
Mitigating Financial Risks By Emphasizing On Testing Phase In The DevOps Process - http://www.dev2ops.in/mitigat...
Paxcel
Automation of WAR/EAR deployment using #Jenkins - http://paxcel.net/blog...
Paxcel
Is #DevOps Gobbling Up The Outright Developer Role? Find out more in this blog - http://www.dev2ops.in/is-devo...
imabonehead
80 PER CENT of app devs SUCK at securing your data, study finds • The Register - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014...
80 PER CENT of app devs SUCK at securing your data, study finds • The Register
80 PER CENT of app devs SUCK at securing your data, study finds • The Register
"Developers are experts in spinning wonderfully-shiny, horribly-insecure apps, according to research from Aspect Security. Social media meeting buttons and go-live dates rate far higher with app developers than the need to ensure the security of private data. Worse, devs couldn't secure apps if they wanted to, according to the company's year-long study." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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imabonehead
Building Real Software: Can Static Analysis replace Code Reviews? - http://swreflections.blogspot.com/2014...
"Static analysis tools are especially useful for developers working in unsafe languages like C/C++ (where there is a wide choice of tools to find common mistakes) or dynamically typed scripting languages like Javascript or PHP (where unfortunately the tools aren't that good), and for teams starting off learning a new language and framework. Using static analysis is (or should be) a requirement in highly regulated, safety critical environments like medical devices and avionics. And until more developers get more training and understand more about how to write secure software, we will all need to lean on static analysis (and dynamic analysis) security testing tools to catch vulnerabilities." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
"But static analysis isn't a substitute for code reviews. Yes, code reviews take extra time and add costs to development, even if you are smart about how you do them – and being smart includes running static analysis checks before you do reviews. If you want to move fast and write good, high-quality and secure code, you still have to do reviews.You can’t rely on static analysis alone." - imabonehead
Paxcel
Boxupp makes it fast and easy to manage repeatable development environments, leveraging the immense potential offered by DevOps domain - http://www.boxupp.com/
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imabonehead
"This demo is featuring use of Raspberry-Pi as a gateway in an alarm system. We connected a camera and accelerometer to the Pi and used Reactive Blocks to make a simple intruder detection application. Every time vibration is detected, the camera takes a picture and checks if there is a change in the image. If a change is detected, it sends an SMS and an email with an attached image of the intruder." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Binary Semantics
Offshore Custom Software Application Development http://binarysemantics.com/itservi... Binary Semantics provide custom software application development services using open source, .net and Java technologies to suit your business objectives. Our team of PMI Certified Project Managers and Developers use best practices for project implementation and execution to...
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Technical Push-Back – When is it Okay? When is it Bad? | Agile Advice - http://www.agileadvice.com/2014...
"Refactoring is not a bad word. Keep your code clean. Let your team keep its code clean. Oh. And fire your architects." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
I have contempt for the contempt coming from the agile community regarding architects. - Kevin Johnson
imabonehead
"Software peer review is essential on a modern development team. Learn how to keep your code healthy, and your people happy in this 15 minute talk from Forward JS." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
imabonehead
"Negotiating your salary is important—not just because the dollars will add up over time and you could end up leaving a lot of money on the table—but, also because how you value yourself and how you handle yourself in a salary negotiation will greatly influence how you are perceived at the company you are working for." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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"This is a positive development for the open source hardware community and I’m excited and honored to be included on their technical advisory board. Can’t wait to play with it!" - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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The Happy Demise of the 10X Engineer | Andreessen Horowitz - http://a16z.com/2014...
The Happy Demise of the 10X Engineer | Andreessen Horowitz
"Whatsapp had 450 million monthly users and just 32 engineers when it was acquired. Imgur scaled to over 40 billion monthly image views with just seven engineers. Instagram had 30 million users and just 13 engineers when it was acquired for $1 billion dollars. This is the new normal: fewer engineers and dollars to ship code to more users than ever before. The potential impact of the lone software engineer is soaring. How long before we have a billion-dollar acquisition offer for a one-engineer startup? How long before the role of an engineer, artisanally crafting custom solutions, vanishes altogether?" - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
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Why Agile Is Failing in Large Enterprises, And What You Can Do About … - http://www.slideshare.net/mcottme...
Why Agile Is Failing in Large Enterprises, And What You Can Do About …
"Large companies often struggle to adopt agile practices in a meaningful way. This presentation will help you understand why you are struggling to adopt agile, and more importantly, what you can do about it." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Binary Semantics
Should you develop your own currency management software ? Read Here : http://www.atmmarketplace.com/article...
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