The opportunities — and requirements — are clear. To deliver the experience customers and users want today, every app has to be envisioned and architected as a data app. A data application effectively leverages data and provides an integrated, actionable analytics experience that augments its core purpose.
As a freelancer web developer, you not just need to be seen by potential new clients, but maintain a presence. This requires a commitment to marketing. Though you may have a set of great skills and creative ideas, this is often not enough. Let’s take a look at a few of the ways you can successfully market yourself.
At Sentry, dogfooding our products can ensure we provide the best experience for our customers, just like they use us to provide the best experience for theirs. Whether that means using Breadcrumbs to fix bugged database lock, updating problems with Safari Content Security Policy (CSP) rules by using Dashboards, or fixing ironic 404 errors on our Documentation pages with Discover and Metric alerts, dogfooding is essential.
The Chess.com application is quite the workhorse; it has over 65 million members and more than 250,000 concurrent users playing more than 10 million games online. But how do you prevent delays between turns that interrupt the game’s flow? Azul Platform Prime has the answer.
Erez Berkner, the co-founder and CEO of Lumigo, spoke with JAXenter about the cloud observability space, elaborating on what it’s trying to solve and how it’s different from monitoring. He explains in detail how Lumigo helps make sense of the ever-growing complexity of cloud-native applications and allows developers to find the root cause of an issue in highly-distributed systems. Erez explains Lumigo’s decision to expand to Kubernetes and hybrid apps and reveals the company’s plans for further down the road.
Four years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Lynne Doherty, President of Worldwide Field Operations, Sumo Logic.
When building custom software, businesses are faced with the major decision of either hiring a developer who will work in-house or outsourcing the work to a software development firm with a full cadre of designers and programmers. Both options have their pros and cons, but it’s important to make the right decision.
We asked Tenry Fu and Dave Cope some questions about Kubernetes environments, recent research, and why Kubernetes needs to be more approachable for businesses. They also discuss Spectro Cloud and the newest Version 2.0 release of Palette, an enterprise Kubernetes management platform.
The truth is that every business is now a software developer – whether a retailer, bank, transportation, insurer – they are all operating as software companies. If attackers are setting their sights on software as a promising venue for their exploits, then organizations have to close this security gap.
What exactly does no-code and low-code mean? Why is it receiving so much attention right now? How will it develop in the future? Angela Castillo answered our questions about these techniques, what they hold for the future, how they are currently being used, and more.
Many people enjoy mentioning how to minimize the costs of operating SAP in the Cloud, however, not all of them truly relay how to get the most bang for your buck in the areas that count. Operating SAP in the Cloud has several key benefits that make it not only attractive, but also practical – being that it’s always available and easy to use, and also has a low barrier to entry for additional functionality (and spend).
Four years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Kendra Havens, Program Manager for .NET and Visual Studio team.
Modern application development, when broken down, isn’t too dissimilar to using toy blocks to build a bridge. For example, to build a secure bridge, it is not sufficient to focus on each brick individually to determine if the bridge is strong enough. The builder must understand the bigger picture, or the ‘architecture.’
The world is facing a global AI talent shortage, so while there’s a great demand for NLP implementations, the supply of data scientists needed to bring these projects to life are limited. But what if we could democratize NLP, reducing the need for data scientist intervention?