Reduce test execution times to keep up with pace of delivery

In this era of Agile software development, the life of a product manager, who has to talk about or plan a single feature, is easy. The life of a developer, who has to code one feature, is easy.  For the designer and DevOps engineer, designing and deploying one feature is easy. You know who’s life … continue reading

premium SD Times January 2022

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The latest issue features insights into what hybrid work will look like in 2022, predictions for the year, and a new development role, the Developer Experience Engineer. … continue reading

The top 10 stories of the year on SD Times

It’s not always easy to read every new article on trends in software development throughout the year. It’s a rapidly changing space, and to read it all would be quite an impressive feat. In case you missed out on some of the big ones, though, we’ve put together a list of our top 10 trending … continue reading

2021: An unsettled year

This year started out in much the same way 2020 ended — with people still uncertain about the future of work, whether or not their offices would reopen, and figuring out how to work from remote offices in their homes. To address these issues, we’ve seen huge growth in certain market segments — collaboration tools … continue reading

Demystifying Differential and Incremental Analysis for Static Code Analysis within DevOps

The DevOps Movement has many recommended practices for automation of processes and testing. However, across different market verticals, the requirements, practices, and cadence of releases very widely. For example, in the more security or safety relevant software markets, development processes often also include compliance to coding standards, or other security and safety practices that must … continue reading

premium SD Times December 2021

The December issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features a look at how AI-enabled tools will shape development in the future, reviews of 2021, and a guide to developer productivity. … continue reading

premium SD Times November 2021

The November 2021 issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features insights into how to manage remote teams, impediments to effective product management, and a guide to cloud-native security tools. … continue reading

DevOps Lead Time – Let’s Re-Evaluate

It’s hard not to mention “Accelerate” when writing about DevOps; rarely does such a seminal piece of work provide an equally well-defined set of practical applications. It was a landmark engineering and business handbook that, through outlining what we now refer to as the DORA metrics, kick-started a DevOps metrics gold rush. Lead Time is … continue reading

Olive Helps wants developers to build out healthcare apps on its platform

There’s a movement afoot among startups in the healthcare space to tear down silos of information that hinder efficient and effective care, as well as reduce frustration for patients who have to deal with insurance, pre-authorizations for treatment, and even scheduling tests and appointments. One of those startups is a company called Olive, which has … continue reading

Companies to Watch in 2022

With technology’s ongoing expansion into the cloud and the edge, even as applications themselves grow in complexity, the needs of organizations that rely on software to power their businesses evolve and grow as well.  As we’ve been reporting in SD Times all year, security and governance are two areas in which a lot of time … continue reading

premium SD Times October 2021

The October issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features a look at tools developers have for building applications at the edge, how to create healthy hybrid teams, and how to offer constructive criticism in an empathetic way. … continue reading

Overcome the data challenges of cloud adoption

Cloud adoption is at an all-time high, and an overwhelming majority of organizations run at least part of their business in the cloud. A 2020 report from IDG found that only 8% of respondents  claimed their total IT environment was on-premises, meaning that for 92% of companies, part of their infrastructure or applications are hosted … continue reading

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