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Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation

Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation This podcast was sponsored by PagerDuty. A digital transformation requires DevOps — DevOps consists of individual teams that make up the building blocks of a successful digital journey. This was a major theme of a conversation between Ben Connolly, head of Digital IT…
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0-0x Whats Coming to C#

Whats Coming to C# Over the last year we shipped point releases of C#, full of small but useful language features. Mads will recap some some of these, before turning to the big things we have in store for the future: Nullable reference types, recursive patterns, asynchronous streams and more.…
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Kong, at 1.0, a Service Control Platform

Kong, at 1.0, a Service Control Platform Kong, the company formerly known as Mashape, has released version 1 of its core open source API gateway also called Kong. It’s the culmination of four years of nearly four years of production experience including customers such as Nokia, The New York Times…
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DevOps World 2018: ‘Jenkinstein’ and a Cloud Native Jenkins

DevOps World 2018: ‘Jenkinstein’ and a Cloud Native Jenkins “What if Jenkins stopped being a snowflake?” asked its creator, Kohsuke Kawaguchi, arguably the architect of whatever snowflake his automation platform may have become. “Meaning, you understand every part of how Jenkins’ configuration is put together,” he continued, “because there’s a…
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Formatting the Current Date and Time in PHP

Formatting the Current Date and Time in PHP You’ll often want to work with dates and times when developing websites. For example, you might need to show the last modified date on a post or mention how long ago a reader wrote some comment. You might also have to show…
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10 Best Multi-Purpose Android App Templates

10 Best Multi-Purpose Android App Templates These multi-purpose Android app templates let developers create many kinds of app easily and quickly. That way, you can use the same universal, all-in-one template over and over for different clients and projects. If you’re an experienced coder, one of these templates is a…
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New eBooks Available for Subscribers

New eBooks Available for Subscribers Do you want to learn more about big data analytics? How about creating microservices with Kotlin, or learning Node.js development? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more. What You’ll Learn This month, we’ve made…
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Aljabr, Bringing Pipelines Together

Aljabr, Bringing Pipelines Together Mark Burgess Mark Burgess is a theoretician and practitioner in the area of information systems, whose work has focused largely on distributed information infrastructure. He is known particularly for his work on Configuration Management and Promise Theory. He was the principal Founder of CFEngine, ChiTek-i, and…
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0-0x Probabilistic Programming: A Modern Bayesian Workflow || Peadar Coyle

Probabilistic Programming: A Modern Bayesian Workflow || Peadar Coyle Probabilistic Programming is a new paradigm enabling a better understanding of uncertainty. I introduce a modern Bayesian workflow and explanation of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo – how it fails and how you debug it. EVENT: PyData London Meetup #48 SPEAKER: Peadar Coyle…
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DevOps and Security Practices Equals DevSecOps

DevOps and Security Practices Equals DevSecOps On today’s episode of The New Stack Makers, TNS founder Alex Williams sat down for a discussion with tCell co-founder and vice president of engineering Boris Chen to learn more about the impact of what is now called DevSecOps in today’s enterprises. Unifying DevOps and…
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Drone.IO: A Containerized CI/CD System for Cloud Native Development

Drone.IO: A Containerized CI/CD System for Cloud Native Development Brad Rydzewski recalls his initial inspiration for building Drone, which he claims is the first open source container-native CI/CD software: “When I built Drone, I wanted to architect out all the red tape companies can put around these tools.” Rydzewski created Drone while working at…
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Why Serverless Is the Only Way to Build APIs in 2018

Why Serverless Is the Only Way to Build APIs in 2018 Stackery sponsored this post. There are three primary ways to create an API when it’s not logical or practical to create the API from within your own web app. You can build a service with a virtual machine (e.g.…
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0-0x What Is DevOps?

What Is DevOps? DevOps is a word used a lot these days and reading job ads it seems like it’s something one person in a team does. It also looks as if I buy the right tools I’m doing DevOps, but is that it? Björn is a programmer with lots…
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Tidelift Pays Open Source Maintainers to Provide Enterprise-Grade Guarantees

Tidelift Pays Open Source Maintainers to Provide Enterprise-Grade Guarantees While many open source projects have parent companies that offer enterprise-grade support and features, others do not. And contributors to those projects generally do so on their own time and without compensation. Tidelift, a Boston-based startup focused on “making open source software…
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How to Map Cloud Native Workloads to Kubernetes Controllers

How to Map Cloud Native Workloads to Kubernetes Controllers CloudBees sponsored this post. Kubernetes is more than just a container manager. It’s a platform designed to handle a variety of workloads packaged in any number of containers and combinations. There are multiple controllers built into Kubernetes that map to the…
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Hands-on With ARIA: Homepage Elements and Standard Navigation

Hands-on With ARIA: Homepage Elements and Standard Navigation Looking to make your website more accessible? Want to be the first in line as new online interfaces come to market? Look no further than ARIA. This set of standards maintained by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) gives you the best…
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0-0x REFACTORING TO IMMUTABILITY

REFACTORING TO IMMUTABILITY It has been said that immutability changes everything. But what does that mean in practice? What does it mean for existing code that looks more like the mutant apocalypse than an elegant application of mathematical thinking? Immutability can be an ideal that is hard to reach. Refactoring,…
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PagerDuty CEO: DevOps Success Relies on Teams, Empathy, and Inclusion

PagerDuty CEO: DevOps Success Relies on Teams, Empathy, and Inclusion Jennifer Tejada, CEO of PagerDuty dropped by The New Stack podcast booth to talk about teams with Alex Williams and TC Currie at the PagerDuty Summit in San Francisco last week.  The theme of the Summit is Ops and Opportunity…
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At the Crossroads of Open Source and Open Standards

At the Crossroads of Open Source and Open Standards This piece is the first in a series from speakers and sponsors at the Linux Foundation’s Node+JS Interactive (formerly JS Interactive), conference, taking place October 10-12, 2018 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, in Vancouver, Canada. The program will cover a broad spectrum of…
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Data Artisans Builds a Flink-Based Transactional Ledger for Streaming Data

Data Artisans Builds a Flink-Based Transactional Ledger for Streaming Data Data Artisans, the company behind the open source project Apache Flink, has taken on a vexing problem with stream processing — that it’s limited to transactions on one row at a time. It has introduced Streaming Ledger, a library that…
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