Organizations want agility from their IT without sacrificing quality. How does one maintain and verify quality from the developer’s machine to the production server? How does one ensure that not only does the code have as few bugs as possible, but also does what it was specified to do? Enter the concepts of Continuous Integration and DevOps.
They say that Facebook ‘deploys’ and releases a new version of itself as many as 14 times a day. Whether the real number is four, 14 or 145… it doesn’t matter; the point is that software application development now champions the Agile (CAPS A) methodology and works to extol the virtues of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Read on..
Software developers always need to be upskilling, and increasingly are expected to bring more than just great code to an organisation. There's hundreds of blogs software developers can read to learn, but it's difficult knowing where to begin (or even what's worth reading). Here are your top 40.
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