Peter Lie spills the beans about the principle of antifragility and how to use disorders as an advantage. He also recommends disassembling hidden agendas which will otherwise block the two big values in DevOps: openness and transparency.
Recently, we talked with David Brear about the seemingly inevitable clash between FinTech and the banking industry, his best guess at the industry’s next step, and what exactly happens if banks don’t change with the times.
When going down the DevOps road, automation through any means possible is critical. If it can be automated through tools, code, or robots, that’s the path a driven DevOps team will take. However, automation is not the only pillar of DevOps. We talked to Abbas Haider Ali, CTO at xMatters about a recent DevOps maturity survey the company carried out alongside Atlassian.
Docker’s new open-source project brings containers to the masses. The extremely customizable Moby Project is meant to help make containers mainstream.
Facebook has decided to *completely* rewrite React but no need to worry — its successor React Fiber will be backward compatible. Why the sudden change, you ask? Let’s find out.
The star of the new Gradle release is indubitably the new build cache. Although the team has worked hard to make sure that many built-in tasks are cacheable, it is not recommended to use this feature in production without fully understanding its current limitations. Therefore, it is not enabled by default.
GamingWorks has built a Business Simulation based on “The Phoenix Project,” the famous book by Gene Kim. We talked with Jan Schilt, co-owner of GamingWorks and speaker at the Microservices Summit about the Phoenix Project simulation and its benefits.
It’s Angular all over again. After Maven 3.3.9 was released, users expected to see 3.4.0 but instead, 3.5.0 came along. Why did 3.4.0 get the boot and what’s new in 3.5.0? Let’s find out.
Twitter has decided to unify their API platform to “make it easier for developers to build new applications that can smoothly scale as they grow.” Why is Twitter building APIs for developers? Let’s find out.
The first Technology Preview of Kotlin/Native is here. Making arbitrary Kotlin/JVM programs runnable on Kotlin/Native or Kotlin/JS is *not* what JetBrains aims to achieve, though — making Kotlin usable throughout a modern application is.
As more organizations adopt Jenkins as their engine for continuous delivery (CD), broader teams with varying degrees of technical skills demand a more bespoke and succinct user interface. Say hello to Blue Ocean 1.0.
Things are starting to move fast in the Java EE 8 universe. We checked in to see what happened in the past month, just to make sure you didn’t miss anything important. The big news is the final release version for JSF 2.3 but that’s not all that happened in March!