Split Software uncovers DevOps downsides to releasing software faster

Organizations are figuring out how to deliver features faster, but they are still struggling to release without any issues. A recent report from Split Software found while a majority of organizations release new features on a bi-weekly basis, many are experiencing downtime after the new feature is introduced. According to the company, 82% of respondents … continue reading

Organization-backed projects vs. smaller, independent projects

Open-source projects come in all different shapes and sizes. Some projects have just the project creator and maintainer, while other projects have thousands of developers. Additionally, some projects are independently managed and other projects are backed by large organizations. While open-source projects are meant to promote innovation, how each project goes about it will be … continue reading

The ethical side of open source

When developers contribute, collaborate, or obtain open-source code, they look at how the code will help bolster their other projects as well as ensure they are complying with any open-source licenses. One thing that doesn’t get enough attention is the ethics of that open-source project, according to Heikki Nousiainen, CTO and co-founder at Aiven, an … continue reading

The realities of running an open-source community

There is no question that open source is the backbone of software today. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, explained that about 80% of all software written is open-source software. The benefits of using open-source software is immeasurable, but it’s not the code itself that makes open-source software an invaluable resource.  According to … continue reading

OSI co-founder leaves initiative over new license

Bruce Perens, co-founder of the Open Source Initiative (OSI), is removing himself from the organization over controversy with a new license. The Cryptographic Autonomy License was submitted to the OSI last year by open-source lawyer Van Lindberg on behalf of Holo, a decentralized app platform. In a blog post, Holo’s co-founder and distributed app architect … continue reading

A guide to value stream management solutions

CollabNet VersionOne is a leading platform provider for Value Stream Management, Agile planning, DevOps and source code management. Its offerings provide global enterprise and government industry leaders a cohesive solution that enables them to ideate, create and orchestrate the flow of value through continuous delivery pipelines with measurable business outcomes.   ConnectALL is a company dedicated … continue reading

How can organizations successfully navigate the value stream with your solution?

Brian Muskoff, director of DevOps strategy at HCL Technologies, IT and digital solutions provider  We believe value stream management is an everyday solution to improve collaboration, delivery flow and business results. With HCL UrbanCode Velocity, teams can immediately change the nature of their Agile + DevOps practices with our value stream visualization that we call … continue reading

Getting the most value out of your value streams

Organizations cannot ignore today’s ongoing digital transformation. With every company now becoming a software company, if software isn’t being created correctly and quickly enough, industry pundits argue, companies are going to find it difficult to stay alive.  “There is a digital transformation going on and if you are not changing the way you are doing … continue reading

State of JavaScript: JavaScript ecosystem continues to change year after year

The JavaScript ecosystem refuses to stay still. A newly released report finds significant features and improvements are being made to the programming language every year through front end frameworks, data layers, testing, mobile devices and more.  The 2019 State of JavaScript report is created by developers Sacha Greif and Raphaël Benitte, and aims to take … continue reading

SD Times news digest: V8 version 8.0, Dotscience MLOps partnerships, and Eclipse IDE 2019-12

The open-source JavaScript and WebAssembly engine has reached version 8.0. According to the team, V8 version 8 focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements.  Some of the key improvements include: pointer compression, optimizations for higher-order builtins, optional chaining, nullish coalescing, and updates to the V8 API.  The full list of improvements is available here.  Dotscience … continue reading

ProdPerfect raises $13 million for its automated testing solution

ProdPerfect has announced a Series A round of funding by Anthos Capital. The $13 million funding follows the company’s March 2019 $2.6 million seed round.  According to the company, the new funding will be used to help it expand on application quality, deployment speed and developer productivity. ProdPerfect currently offers an autonomous end-to-end web application … continue reading

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