premium SD Times December 2022

The latest issue of SD Times is here. The December edition features a look into the Brilliant Black Minds program, new privacy laws coming to the U.S. in 2023, and our 2022 year in review.             … continue reading

Improve Business Resilience and Customer Happiness with Quality Engineering

Today’s global markets are rapidly evolving, with continual shifts in customer needs and preferences across both B2B and B2C industries. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to deliver innovative, high-quality product experiences that retain customers — which ultimately limits the ability for companies to remain competitive. Many companies focus on quickly launching features to attract new customers, … continue reading

Cloud-native success requires API security

The complexity of modern cloud-native applications, which often leverage microservices, containers, APIs, infrastructure-as-code and more to enable speed in app development and deployment, can create security headaches for organizations that fail to put practices in place to mitigate vulnerabilities. With dependencies on databases and third-party APIs, and sensitive information and secrets such as certificates and … continue reading

premium SD Times November 2022

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features a look into Ford’s cloud-native transformation, how developer managers are training their teams on new skills, and what’s new in Visual Studio 2022.               … continue reading

premium SD Times October 2022

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. This issue takes a look at security of low code applications, the importance of communication in hybrid work, and the differences between Web3 and Web 3.0.         … continue reading

Development today: Short-term benefits, long-term risks.

For all the talk of server and network security, the fact remains that applications are among the main attack vectors leveraged by bad actors. This is so because development teams are focused on delivering new functionality and features as quickly as possible. They are not usually trained in security practices, and often have little desire … continue reading

premium SD Times September 2022

The September 2022 issue is now available. This issue of SD Times offers a look into the role of UI/UX testing in customer satisfaction, why the web framework hype train is always moving, and the project management task you (almost) never complete.             … continue reading

The real cost of bad data

It is a well-established fact in software delivery that the earlier in the life cycle you can find and fix an issue, the less costly it is to remediate. In the world of data, inaccurate inputs can cost a company not only time to repair, but it can mean lost revenue due to the inability … continue reading

SBOMs can help ensure software integrity

To secure the software in your supply chain, there’s a lot of hype today about the need for an SBOM (software bill of materials). But what does that really mean for development teams today? BOMs have been used for years by organizations; they are a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, … continue reading

Asking developers to do security is a risk in itself without training

As the pace and complexity of software development increases, organizations are looking for ways to improve the performance and effectiveness of their application security testing, including “shifting left” by integrating security testing directly into developer tools and workflows. This makes a lot of sense, because defects, including security defects, can often be addressed faster and … continue reading

premium SD Times August 2022

The August issue of SD Times is now available. This issue shares the biggest challenges that developer managers are facing now, the future of working in the Metaverse, and the current state of automated testing. … continue reading

Flatirons Fuse: Simplifying data imports

The challenge of moving data between platforms, between organizations, or even something as seemingly simple as onboarding a new customer, has been a pervasive one, especially considering how important accurate and available data is to pretty much every business. The problem of transferring data has led to numerous file formats, notably Excel spreadsheets and multiple … continue reading

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