Agile engineering teams need to focus on delivering high quality code at pace. However, ensuring releases don’t negatively impact search engine optimization (SEO) often sits way down the priority list.
But what if you could rapidly automate SEO tests as part of the QA process, fully integrate them into the CI / CD system, and automatically raise JIRA tickets when bugs are found?
Join us for this webinar where Cosmin Elefterescu, Head of Product Management at DeepCrawl, and James Leisy, Senior Technical SEO at DeepCrawl explore the future of SEO QA and discuss why it’s vital for your business.
The pace of innovation is accelerating. Yet continuous WFH diminishes software teams’ output. What can you do to increase individual – and team – performance, without burning out?
Join guest speaker Nils Vesk and Devtech Group for a live session that unpacks the 14 most common mistakes affecting your team’s performance. Nils also explains how to flip these mistakes into principles that will deliver innovative, cohesive teams for years to come.
Nils works around the world with innovative teams just like yours. His clients include IBM, Microsoft, HP, Canon, Fuji Xero, and Gartner. Devtech Group provide custom software development for ISVs like Mimecast, Acronis, and Appriver.
Mistakes Nils discusses include:
• Thinking that to create behavior change you need to change motivation first
• Insufficiently distinguishing between people vs. process issues
• Measuring outcomes, but not measuring behaviors or having process goals
• Failing to use stories to drive behavioral change
• Allowing assumptions to take over from fact – in team dynamics, execution, and problem-solving
Go from feeling overworked and overwhelmed to feeling confident and strategic. Experience an increase team capacity without being a taskmaster.
Security departments used to have the primary responsibility to ensure these goals, but as the pace of development has increased, organizations have shifted security left, making it difficult for security to scale. This has caused a necessary shift of some of this responsibility to developers, but they are also under pressure to deliver features, and are not always well equipped to make appropriate AppSec decisions.
Since security responsibilities are being put on them, developers should embrace an active role in the process, and should have a voice setting the critical requirements for security solutions. They should demand that policies, processes and especially training that take their needs into account are instituted. Organizations that provide coaching and training to their developers see a threefold improvement in security finding remediation. Through cross-training, security experts should train developers on best practices, and developers should train security on the demands of the development life cycle.
Join Cody Bertram and Patrick McNeil, both Senior Principal Solution Architects at security company Veracode, for an important discussion on enabling developers to take a more active role in application security.
In working with some of the world’s largest enterprise mobility teams, Mobile Labs has had the opportunity to observe some of the most successful mobile testing labs in action. The best practitioners manage to retain the traditional goals of QA while incorporating new requirements brought forth by mobile while solving new challenges mobility imposes on apps, devices, developers, testers, and users alike. Finding a point of entry means making decisions in eleven key areas, implementing plans based on those decisions and then executing.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the key characteristics of successful mobile app testing programs and how to get the most ROI while remaining productive and releasing apps on time.
With customer growth trending up, Drift needed a way to be able sustain new AI-based features and increased customer utilization, while simultaneously reducing cost and improving product margins.
They turned to CloudZero, whose cost-mapping features and anomaly alerts helped them to save over $150K a month in AWS costs, enable a culture of cost-conscious engineering and improve the relationship between DevOps and finance.
Anyone who builds on AWS knows controlling costs and eliminating waste can be challenging, especially if you’re not sure where to look or your cloud environment isn’t optimized perfectly. In this detailed guide, CloudZero founder Matt Manger highlights some practical steps you can take to better assess your bill and reduce your AWS spend, including:
Everyone knows that infrastructure automation is fundamental to any DevOps platform. However, infrastructure automation requires not only coding abilities, but also cloud network, security and cost expertise, and Infrastructure as Code skills. It’s not something developers want to waste their time on. Being able to provide on-demand self-service infrastructure provisioning and deployment to dev teams can free them from building and maintaining their own cloud automation. It makes it possible for developers to focus on developing the features and products that really matter.
But as self-service increases in popularity and becomes a mandatory requirement, you may ask yourself: are all self-services created equally?
In this webinar, Maya Ber Lerner, CTO at Quali, reviews common implementations of self-service and on-demand infrastructure, as well as shares best practices for choosing the right implementation.
An Introduction to cross-platform hybrid development for architects and development leaders
The growing adoption of hybrid is evident in a recent Forrester survey that found two-thirds of developers are choosing a cross-platform or web-based approach over native tools. Meanwhile, top brands like Target, Nationwide, and Southwest Airlines have chosen
a hybrid approach over native to power apps for their customers and employees.
This five-step blueprint to creating efficient and informed teams using automated business processes and centralized data streams will show you how to:
— Fill the gaps between siloed systems;
— Choose a solution to drive automation and insight;
— Plan for your automation implementation;
— Checklist tasks for full implementation; and
— Assess the value of each new process.
Download this ebook to learn more.