Are you Continuous Delivery ready?

This issue takes you on a journey to the land of Jenkins, Clean Sheet, Profiles for Eclipse, and gets you back in time for a lesson about analyzing overlooked test data and the inevitable transformation of computer infrastructure.

Learn how to move from CI to CD with Jenkins Workflow, how to increase business operations efficiently with managed IT services and how to quick-start new projects with Eclipse, as well as why computing infrastructure must change. Take a look inside to see where Bitcoin is going, what Meteor 1.3 is all about and more.


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Inside this issue

Are you Continuous Delivery ready?

Nigel Harniman

How to move from CI to CD with Jenkins Workflow

Bernhard Cygan

How to increase business operations efficiently with managed IT services

David Eichkorn

Bitcoin’s road to redemption: The future is now
Stephen DeMeulenaere

Column: [Bit]coin flipping

Gabriela Motroc

From zero to one in Java learning

Stoyan Mitov

The ergonomics of “clean sheet”

Frank Appel

Quick-starting new projects with Eclipse
Frederic Ebelshäuser and Sophie Hollmann

Getting to know Meteor 1.3 a little better

Matt DeBergalis

Five most important big data trends in 2016
John Schroeder

Why computing infrastructure must change

Zigmars Rasscevskis

Tips for analyzing the overlooked test data

Mush Honda

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