Posts Tagged ‘software’

The State Of Advanced Website Builders

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.
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Worried About New DevOps Tools? Don’t Be

Working in the world of DevOps, its exciting to see the number of tools for developers grow with the talent of the thriving developer community. But lately, these new technology tools have put developers and senior IT executives on disparate ends of the IT spectrum.
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Python 2 forever: 3 projects that will keep Python 2 alive

The switch from Python 2 to Python 3 has been rocky, but all signs point to Python 3 pulling firmly into the lead. It’s broadly compatible with several libraries,a major third-party implementation of Python iskeeping pace with version 3, and there’s an encouraging rate of adoption by cloud providers for application support.
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Ugly Jenkins gets a friendly new UI

Blue Ocean, a reimagined user interface for the Jenkins continuous delivery platform, makes its official debut Wednesday as a free, open source plugin. The interface helps make software development more accessible, said Tyler Croy, director of evangelism at Jenkins solutions provider CloudBees and a board member and contributor on the Jenkins project.
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Silicon Valley weighs speed versus risk in app dev

To explore advanced development practices, why not turn to dynamic tech companies tasked with delivering sought-after software for the industry itself? That was the thinking, anyway, when I recently agreed to moderate a panel hosted by the QA company Rainforest that featured representatives of Atlassian, GitHub, HackerOne, and Rainforest.
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