Tagged: devops

Destination Heroku: Changing My Tech Stack

In the “Moving Away From AWS and Onto Heroku” article, I provided an introduction of the application I wanted to migrate from Amazon’s popular AWS solution to Heroku. While AWS is certainly meeting the...

Realizing the full potential of DevSecOps

For federal agencies, achieving mission success increasingly hinges on modernizing legacy systems and transforming operations. So it’s no surprise that a growing number of government programs and IT departments are turning to DevSecOps software...

Atlassian launches new DevOps features

Atlassian today launched a slew of DevOps-centric updates to a variety of its services, ranging from Bitbucket Cloud and Pipelines to Jira and others. While it’s quite a grab-bag of announcements, the overall idea...

Intro to Jupiter Notebooks

“Notebooks” are web applications that run on the browser which basically give you, the user, an interface to a virtual machine that runs an out-of-the-box environment. They are based on the Jupyter Notebook project — an...

What Is The True Cost of Using Public APIs

How ubiquitous are APIs in today’s development processes? Try asking an engineer how many APIs their project integrates. Most teams won’t know the answer. From analytics tools to maps and cloud hosting, modern applications...

Why Using Static Analysis Is Hard

Using static analysis is hard, counter-intuitive and not-automatic. We want to answer some questions related to the use of static analyzers: why this is hard for some users and what are the solutions to...