How to do Build Reproducibility Right20180925160402

How to do Build Reproducibility Right

Scott RobertsonSeptember 25, 2018, , 0 comments
Build Reproducibility is the ability to build software repeatedly, over time. The better reproducibility you can create, the easier it will be to scal...
Python Deployment Heck20180920152606

Python Deployment Heck

Jeff RouseSeptember 20, 2018, , 0 comments
Python coding is an awesome experience. Python deployment? Not so much. It’s not quite Hell, and things do get moving eventually rather than get stu...
Open Source and the Visibility Problem20180918160128

Open Source and the Visibility Problem

Dana CraneSeptember 18, 2018, , 0 comments
The world runs on software, and as any developer knows, software runs on open source. In fact, as much as 90% of the code base of any application buil...
Machine Learning for DevOps20180913184656

Machine Learning for DevOps

Dana CraneSeptember 13, 2018, , , 0 comments
Automation is a key design principle for DevOps teams. To speed up throughput in the software development life cycle (SDLC) DevOps automates everythin...
Open Source DIY is Open Source WRONG20180911152450

Open Source DIY is Open Source WRONG

Okay, let’s lay it on the line right up front: if you’re still building and managing your own open source programming languages, you’re doing op...
Why Python 3 is The Python You Always Wanted20180906160402

Why Python 3 is The Python You Always Wanted

Dana CraneSeptember 6, 2018, 0 comments
Back when Python was just an idea in Guido van Rossum’s mind, the World Wide Web was just being born, APIs were proprietary (if your application had...
Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-in with Go-cloud20180830153120

Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-in with Go-cloud

Dana CraneAugust 30, 2018, , 0 comments
Golang (Go) has been angling to be the cloud-native language of choice for developers since its inception with attractive features like concurrency, w...
Python 2 to 3 Migration – Now or Never?20180822221056

Python 2 to 3 Migration – Now or Never?

The upcoming end-of-support deadline for Python 2 on January 1, 2020 means enterprises need to start thinking about the impact it will have on their e...
ActiveState Announces Winners of Developer Survey, First to Focus on Open Source Runtime Pains20180816160032

ActiveState Announces Winners of Developer Survey, First to Focus on Open Source Runtime Pains

Sandra WearAugust 16, 2018, , , 0 comments
Last month we ran a developer survey with questions to better understand open source runtime pains. The survey was geared towards anyone programming w...
OSCON 2018: Distributed Apps & Composability20180809180358

OSCON 2018: Distributed Apps & Composability

Image source: www.flickr.com The 20th anniversary of the O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) brought a few surprises with it. The dominance ...