Times are ever-changing, and while we try and keep up with all that’s happening around us in the world today, it may seem odd to think about company growth. However, some companies will and do benefit from these global changes. Here are a few ideas on how to manage and maintain that growth.
In the age of discovery, navigators changed the world. Nowadays, in the age of data, developers are the new navigators. Their happiness is the key to the success of modern business- but how do we keep them happy?
The change to a distributed team from a monolith team can be difficult. With the future unknown, it's important to analyze what this means for team leaders everywhere.
The Force is strong with our ungated Sandbox. Here’s why we decided to open one, and what Star Wars had to do with it.
Software Monitoring has come a long way since IT departments began digitalizing internal processes. Where is it headed next?
When data is the new oxygen, deadlocks and bottlenecks can no longer be tolerated. Here’s a new perspective on who should hold the keys to data pipelines.
For your customers, you need to be both: a cool, fast, innovative startup and have a perfect product with the level of reliability of a big corporate IT.
Log aggregation systems are awesome. They truly are. But why, oh why, do they have to be so expensive? Here are some tips to cut the costs.
If you are a developer, a tech lead or an engineering manager, look out for these signs to prevent debugging from becoming a productivity killer.
Value can be delivered and systems changed without a single line of code being written. So should we rely on "code changes" as a DevOps KPI?
Fear of Missing Out on log lines and the data they comprise is the main motivator behind setting log lines for each line of code. But can we overcome it?
Debugging other people’s legacy code is the worst. Learn how you can use empathy, context switching, and a proven process to kill bugs with kindness.
What makes maintaining modern production so hard? And what is the difference between being good and being bad at dev-on-call? Let’s dive in and see.
Why do we need good, informative logs? How can we write them well enough? And what does the future hold for logging technologies?
Reproducing the state of an error in K8s is frustrating. Here are the existing methods for debugging Kubernetes apps locally and remotely, in production.
Data lets you expand your mind and see into the future. To grow your product, you'll have to find ways to harvest this precious yet addictive resource.
The time has come for a new generation of source control that wasn’t purely designed for open-source projects, C and the Linux kernel.
Happy engineers are more productive and make companies more profitable. But should DevOps be in charge of developer happiness? Let's break it down.
What if there was a show that could capture the drama of developing, testing and debugging just as House MD captured the drama of diagnosis and treatment?
DevTech marketing isn’t blue sky: In fact, it’s quite crowded. But there’s still room to innovate and do work that is refreshing. Here's what I learned.
Last year I made a resolution to work more on my pet project. Write some code to make the world a better place. Like all resolutions, it was hard to keep...
With most companies that are interested in serverless just taking their first baby steps with the technology, ServerlessDays Milan was a great opportunity to listen to early adopters and industry leaders and learn how to make your path to serverless a smooth one.
An engineer from 20 years ago would be completely baffled by modern servers in the cloud but would recognize a current IDE or debugger in seconds. By more effectively connecting tools to one another, creating better workflows on top of them, and finding true agility in data collection and observability, we can bridge the gap
Time to recovery matters! Do you still count on your users to report on bugs and what is the real cost of bugs in production?
5 practical lessons on how to design a product for developers to love