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Technology is evolving at breakneck speeds. Just as developers got their bearings with Agile development, devops cropped up to bring development and operations together.
Advanced website builders the tools provided by Squarespace1, Wix2, Weebly3, The Grid214 and more produce websites that look and feel like they were designed and coded by humans. Theyre also software as a service, which is a different business model than traditional, custom-developed websites.
Fluid layouts have been a normal part of front-end development for years. The idea of fluid typography, however, is relatively new and has yet to be fully explored.
Devops is indeed working, at least for those organizations using it, according to a recent survey by development tools provider Atlassian and IT management solutions company xMatters. But many organizations have not even heard of the concept.
A perfect storm of factors brewing in the dev, ops, and security worlds have created a window of opportunity to embed security into the application delivery lifecycle, in a needle-moving kind of way. However, security teams need to be the ones driving the DevSecOps charge or that needle will barely wobble.
Move fast and break things with DevOps has become a popular Silicon Valley mantra during the past few years. DevOps empowers developers to quickly ship code and holds them accountable for operating their software.
In the first article1 of this series, we walked through how to put together the hardware board and all of its additional components into a single rig. I also gave you a glimpse of the decision-making process behind the selection of the board.
For the past few months, Ive been building a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application, and throughout the development process Ive realized what a powerful tool Slack (or team chat in general) can be to monitor user and application behavior. After a bit of integration, its provided a real-time view into our application that previously didnt exist, and its been so invaluable that I couldnt help but write up this show-and-tell.