Software performance testing is vital for determining how a system will perform under various loads and conditions. Performance testing does not seek to identify defects or bugs but instead measures performance in relation to benchmarks and standards. It helps developers identify and diagnose bottlenecks. Once bottlenecks are identified and mitigated, it’s possible to increase performance. […]
It’s about so much more than giving code away.
Now that we know the concepts behind GitHub and Git, it’s time to have fun. Part 2 of our two-part series.
GitHub is more than just a programmer’s tool. If you want to collaborate on anything, you should give it a try. Part 1 of a two-part look at getting started with GitHub.
With a little help from Amazon.
It’s tricky, but worth it, to think about the pixels.
Artificial intelligence is topping headlines. Whether it’s self-driving cars or Alexa storing your grocery preferences, it seems that AI is finding its way in to just about everything these days, and the implications for daily life and work over the next decade are likely to be significant. Many jobs are at risk for disruption, and […]
Imagine you go to a bookstore, and you notice and exciting cover. You pick the book, read the summary at the back, and the rave reviews. The plot seems intriguing enough, but when you check for the writer, it says “ by AI-something.” Would you buy the book, or would you think that was a […]
With the recent trends towards automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence as it appears that just the application of AI can not transform the enterprise computing as now, it has the power to change project management as well. A well-known core concept with AI systems is that their predictions are only as amazing as their […]
So continuous delivery may live.
There’s a fine line between tossing something together to learn and releasing a product that’s not ready.
ATMs, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Self-driving cars and more are part of a list of devices using IoT is endless. The concept of IoT began years ago; we just didn’t use the term IoT. Kevin Ashton is credited with being the first to coin the phrase Internet of Things (IoT) in 1999. The Internet Of Things […]
An early proponent of DevOps speaks out.
The boring work of testing is critical.
Tips for getting your open source contributions approved with aplomb.
Mint’s triumph over its enterprise peers was the shot heard ‘round the software world: Not all integrations are created equal, and the company whose product has the best integrations is all but certain to win.
Business is big business for startups again.
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React Native changed one iOS developer’s mind about web development. Will it change yours?
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Developer weighs in on Apple’s rejection of his scale app.
Turns out, bootcamps really can boost incomes.
TL;DR: The social network wants to make life easier for developers.
How delivering software updates a little at a time can benefit your business.
Developers love Fastlane … and Twitter loves developers, again.
Can YouTube finally find a profit?
CEO Jack Dorsey promises “transparency.”
And the conversation is the interface.
App makers beware.
Software coders are creating more by building less.
The challenge of serving up spherical video at 50Mbps.
The debate that won’t die now extends to VR.
Free video monitoring service launches open beta today.
The search giant wants you to stick around, so it’s trying to speed up the web.
Stewart Butterfield doesn’t want to run an app factory.
A thrilled Tim Cook witnesses justification for Apple’s health strategy
Guest author Kurt Collins is a developer evangelist for Built.io. I fell in love in 2012. With an app. And I’m not ashamed to admit it. I considered weather apps mere utilities, not something I should expend energy falling in love with. And then came Dark Sky by Forecast.io. The Dark Sky app is the […]
Sure, it would cost a lot to pay to build Linux or Hadoop. That’s not the point.
Calling all project-management apps.