CodeSignal announces new IDE for the hiring process

CodeSignal, a technical recruiting company, announced today new advanced hiring assessment capabilities. The release features the new IDE designed to test candidates’ technical skills with real-world assessments.  According to CodeSignal, the new IDE works as a flight simulation of the coding environment. This allows for employers to fully assess a candidate’s skill set while also … continue reading

The IT industry’s impact on climate change

Climate change is an issue that affects all of us, and as time passes on, it becomes more difficult to ignore the problem. Every industry plays some part in contributing to climate change and the technology industry is no exception.  On this week’s episode of the SD Times podcast “What the Dev?” SD Times Editor-in-Chief … continue reading

Internet Privacy and User Protection

There are many facets of internet privacy that must come together in order to provide the best possible protection for users, and it all starts with each application and platform doing their part. According to Curtis Simpson, chief information security officer at the cybersecurity platform  provider Armis, the way organizations protect their users comes down … continue reading

Placing security in the hands of developers

Developers today are faced with an ever-changing landscape. Their responsibilities continue to expand into areas like software QA, security, and governance. In an SD Times Live! webinar, Brian Fox, CTO of Sonatype and Steve Poole, developer advocate at Sonatype, discuss the ways in which security has become an essential part of a developers job. According … continue reading

Agile Lineout framework helps diverse types of teams

Recently, Agile Consultant, Enterprise Agile Coach, and Transformation Lead, Jon Ward announced the new Agile framework for non-software teams: Agile Lineout. The framework functions as an alternative to Scrum and is designed for business teams managing transformations, marketing initiatives or corporate change, and mergers or acquisitions. While Agile Lineout is designed to operate for non-software … continue reading

Why machine learning models fail

Machine Learning is quickly becoming an important tool for automation, but failing models and improper background knowledge are creating more issues than they are solving.  “I think to build a good machine learning model… if you’re trying to do it repeatedly, you need great talent, you need an outstanding research process, and then finally you … continue reading

Statuses and Rollout Board: New Addition to Split

Split has announced new functionality in its platform: Statuses and Rollout board. This addition is designed to help software development teams move with greater speed, safety, and data-driven focus. These new updates are intended to make it easier for teams to collaborate on releases and manage their feature flags and experiments at scale.  With Statuses, … continue reading

The potential of the DevOps fourth wave

A fourth wave of DevOps is expected to tie together earlier tools into a platform that covers every phase of the DevOps life cycle, according to Sid Sijbrandij, the co-founder and CEO of GitLab. Sibrandij, delivering the keynote address at the GitLab Commit Virtual conference, said the platform will bring together development, operations, and security … continue reading

Hiring amid COVID-19

From mask mandates to seeing coworkers and associates through video calls rather than in person, the coronavirus has completely altered the way we work. The way we go about running a business is not exempt from this, as more and more companies transition from in-person workplaces to virtual formats.  There are many benefits and disadvantages … continue reading

Report: JavaScript remains the most popular language among developers

JavaScript is the most popular language among developers. This is according to the fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey conducted by JetBrains with responses from 31,743 developers from 183 different countries. This finding is consistent with last year’s report, which found JavaScript to be the most widely used language. The purpose of the survey is to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Atom

Atom is an open source text editor created by GitHub that allows users to create new branches, stage and commit, push and pull, resolve merge conflicts, view pull requests and more all from inside the user’s editor.  Atom offers users the ability to work across multiple platforms, including OS X, Windows, or Linux. It also … continue reading

A low-code approach to app protection

Developers today more than ever are facing the challenge of outside attackers infiltrating their apps. Whether the app is brought to life using experienced professional developers or low-code developers, in today’s digital zeitgeist, extra protection is always essential.  App security is an important aspect of the development process that can too often be overlooked by … continue reading

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