Hedge Fund manager Kyle Bass used to be my favorite industry analyst, but after watching a short, fire-breathing, three minute clip from CNBC's Closing Bell, I think Social Capital CEO, Chamath ...
Find out how Claude Remillard approached creating a new team at Microsoft for experimenting with new app releases.
Each year at TheServerSide we map out at the beginning of the year, looking ahead at what the hot topics of the year are going to be, a list of topics upon which we will focus on from month to ...
Two very popular conferences are taking place this week in San Francisco, and we'll be bringing you the highlights from QCon and DevOps summit.
As every JavaOne conference makes clear, Java is going to be around long after the current crop of attendees has been rendered obsolete.
As DevOps matures, with the help of CI and CD tools, roles and responsibilities continue to shift. For developers, this evolution into DevOps culture provides an opportunity to gain perspective.
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It's one thing to install Jenkins and boast about being progressive. But is your CI actually leading you to continuous improvement?
Surely you've noticed? Everything is fresh, and there's entire list of new features. Here's a rundown on what's changed and why.