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Tips for Building SaaS Products Efficiently

The Crazy Programmer

Since 2015, the Software as a Service (SaaS) industry has grown to an estimated value of $31.5 billion. In 2022, it is expected to grow by up to $171.9 billion, according to the research. This means more companies are building SaaS products.

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Quickstart To Improve How Your Team Uses Sprint Goals

Scrum.org

This article is also available as a free PDF. It’s a nicely styled paper and allows you to easily share it with others. You can download the PDF here or check the package that includes 30 Quickstart workshops ! . Does your team struggle with using Sprint Goals?

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Mind the (Communication) Gap: How Security Leaders Can Become Dev and Ops Whisperers

Tenable

Developers, Ops and DevOps teams must incorporate security into their processes – often a hard sell. Here’s how security leaders can successfully align with them to weave security into their tools and workflows.

DevSecOps Deluge: Choosing the Right Tools

DevOps.com

In the last few years, DevSecOps has become the security process of choice for many forward-thinking enterprises. These organizations have come to understand that fixing bugs in the latter stages of product and application development offers no favors to anyone but cybercriminals.

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How CTOs Can Discover the True Value of AI and ML With DevOps

Speaker: Eran Kinsbruner, Best-Selling Author, TechBeacon Top 30 Test Automation Leader & the Chief Evangelist and Senior Director at Perforce Software

In this session, Eran Kinsbruner will cover recommended areas where artificial intelligence and machine learning can be leveraged for DevOps productivity.

Solve TypeError: list indices must be integers or slices, not str in Python

The Crazy Programmer

In python, we can have many types of errors in our code. One of the most common errors is TypeError: list indices must be integers or slices, not str. In this article, we are going to see what causes this error and how can we fix this error. This error mostly comes when we are working with lists in python. Whether we are printing the contents of a list or modifying any value at a particular position in the list.

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Speeding up sort performance in Postgres 15

The Citus Data

In recent years, PostgreSQL has seen several improvements which make sorting faster. In the PostgreSQL 15 development cycle—which ended in April 2022—Ronan Dunklau, Thomas Munro, Heikki Linnakangas, and I contributed some changes to PostgreSQL to make sorts go even faster.

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Pull-Based Kubernetes Deployments Moving to GitLab Free Tier

DevOps.com

GitLab will include support for pull-based deployment in the platform’s Free tier in an upcoming release, which will provide users increased flexibility, security, scalability, and automation in cloud-native environments.

Angular vs. React vs Vue: Which Technology to Choose in 2022

Xicom

It’s no secret that JavaScript frameworks have entirely transformed how we write and develop web applications, and the three most popular frameworks today are Angular, React, and Vue. While Angular has been around since 2009, React was released in 2013, and Vue in 2015.

Are Scrum Masters Sufficiently Focused On Valuable Outcomes?

Scrum.org

We recently discussed a case on our community Discord that concerned a team without proper Sprint Reviews, stakeholders, and increments. The first intuition of many Scrum Masters?—?including including myself?—?was was to host a Sprint Retrospective.

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Omnichannel is Multichannel 2.0

Multichannel and omnichannel marketing are not the same. Many organizations are striving for omnichannel, but it can be a daunting journey—unless you have a map. Download your copy of the ultimate omnichannel guide today!

Streamline Your Recruitment Process With These 7 Tips

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

If we recruiters dream, it would be about how easy tech recruitment could be—create a job vacancy post, watch the applications pour in, and then, pick the best out of them. Just like that. And it’s back to reality, which is far removed from this mystical land of simple recruitment!

Survey Surfaces Multi-Cloud Computing and Cost Challenges

DevOps.com

A survey of 360 CIOs and IT leaders in the U.S. and the United Kingdom found that, as the number of cloud platforms an organization employs expands, the number of tools they are required to deploy and master does, too.

CodeSOD: The String Buildulator

The Daily WTF

"Don't concatenate long strings," is generally solid advice in most languages.

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21 Sprint Retrospektive Anti-Patterns ????

Scrum.org

In Kürze: 21 Sprint Retrospektive Anti-Patterns. Welches Ereignis könnte das Empirieprinzip von Scrum besser verkörpern als die Sprint Retrospektive?

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Achieving Elite and High Performance DevOps Using DORA Metrics

Speaker: Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar

Join Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar, for advanced insight on taking the use of DORA Metrics to greater heights.

Ask Miss O11y: Is the OpenTelemetry Collector useful?

Honeycomb

Dear Miss O11y, I’ve been told I need to use the OpenTelemetry Collector, but I have no idea what it is, or why I need it? Should I be using it? What value does it add? What the hell am I missing? Kthxbye. That is a perfectly valid mental state to be in when looking at the OpenTelemetry Collector.

Datadog Adds Support for OpenTelemetry Protocol

DevOps.com

At the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022 event, Datadog announced it made support for the OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP) generally available in the agent software it provides to instrument applications.

CodeSOD: Failed Successfully

The Daily WTF

Martin 's company had written a set of command line tools which their internal analysts could then string together via shell scripts to do their work. It was finicky and fragile, but frankly didn't work too badly for most cases.

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Programmer- or Product Developer? Why The Difference Matters!

Scrum.org

Some time ago, we hosted an experience interview with Bas Vodde. Together with Craig Larman, Bas developed Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS). A framework for scaling Scrum to medium to large products while staying true to the original Scrum principles.

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Put Your Data to Work: The Complete Playbook

Turn your data into a competitive advantage. This playbook contains: Exclusive stats, research & insights on how the pandemic affected businesses. A comprehensive “Request For Proposal” (RFP) checklist and an interactive quiz to test your data knowledge.

15 Mobile App Development Trends to Watch in 2022

Xicom

Growing from humble beginnings in the early 2000s, mobile applications are now an indispensable part of our daily lives. There are currently 2.6

Continuous Delivery Foundation Adds Interoperability Project

DevOps.com

At a CDEventscon event this week, the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) announced it is hosting a CDEvents project through which it hopes to create a vendor-neutral specification for defining the format of event data across multiple services, platforms and systems.

Braver at Work: Questions to Inspire Your Next Courageous Act (with Video)

Let's Grow Leaders

Gain the Confidence to Be Braver at Work. Whenever we ask participants in our Courageous Cultures or Team Innovation programs to share a time that felt particularly brave at work, the room explodes with powerful energy. People love to share times when they were scared and did the right thing anyway.

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Retrospectives: Making Action Items that are cats

Scrum.org

One of the primary purposes of a retrospective is to create action items, but it’s not uncommon to come up with action items that aren’t actionable. They’re aspirational. Aspirational items might never be addressed, and it might not be possible to know when they are addressed.

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The Retailer’s Guide to Marketing Data

Retailers are faced with extraordinary challenges – from changing consumer needs to unpredictable twists & turns in the economy. Learn how innovative retailers use zero-, first-, second-, and third-party data to find their best customers and drive repeat purchases.

Code Simplicity: The Fundamentals of Software is Now Free

Code Simplicity

About a year ago, a Twitter user tagged me and some other programming authors in a thread where they described the barriers to accessing computer programming books in their country.

Apple Allows 50% Fee Rise | @ElonMusk Fans: 70% Fake | Microsoft Salaries up by 100%?

DevOps.com

In this week’s The Long View: Apple lets devs increase subscriptions “without consent,” Twitter has more than 19% spam accounts, and we dig into the claim that Microsoft is about to double salaries. The post Apple Allows 50% Fee Rise | @ElonMusk Fans: 70% Fake | Microsoft Salaries up by 100%?

Becoming AI-First: How to Get There

Cloudera

Deciding to adopt an AI-first strategy is the easy part. Figuring out how to implement it takes a little more effort. It requires a clear-eyed vision built around well-defined goals and a realistic execution plan. Being AI-first means setting up your organization for the future.

How to launch your product group

Scrum.org

. The fifth blog, in a blog series about the upcoming book: Creating Agile Organizations - A Systemic Approach , by Cesario Ramos & Ilia Pavlichenko.

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11 Email Deliverability Strategies to Reach the Inbox

With nearly 1 in 5 emails from U.S. senders failing to reach the inbox, deliverability challenges still plague senders and prevent email campaign success. Check out this deliverability guide for actionable strategies and real-world examples of companies applying smart inboxing tactics.

AI – Enabling 5G Superpowers?

Dell EMC

The expansion of computing capabilities to the Edge opens up the opportunity to bring AI/ML closer to where information is created

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Managing Hardcoded Secrets to Shrink Your Attack Surface 

DevOps.com

The practice of hardcoding secrets—such as authentication credentials, passwords, API tokens and SSH Keys—as non-encrypted plain text into source code or scripts has been common in software development for many years. It is an easy way to save time and labor, but it is also highly insecure.

#ClouderaLife Spotlight: Margot Tien, Software Engineer

Cloudera

From fashion to data flow, in this #ClouderaLife Spotlight Margot talks about her career transition from fashion design to cloud computing and her co-founding of Cloudera’s Asian American and Pacific Islander community Employee Resource Group amid the racial tensions of 2021. .