Topic: build

4 best practices to build more perfect software, faster

It’s a truism that the only code that has no bugs is code that has never been written. Working to prevent something from failing even though it’s inevitably going to fail anyway doesn’t solve anything. That kind of brittle approach for perfection does not address the root problem; it just papers over the issue so … continue reading

Facebook open sources new build features for Android developers

Facebook is building on its open-source performance build tool, Buck, to speed up development and minimize the time it takes to test code changes in Android apps. Buck is designed to speed up builds, add reproducibility to builds, provide correct incremental builds, and help developers understand dependencies. The company first open sourced the solution in … continue reading

Microsoft Build Partners

Alachisoft: NCache is a 100% Native .NET Open Source distributed cache (released under Apache License, Version 2.0). Software teams use NCache to remove performance bottlenecks related to their data storage and databases and to scale their .NET and Java applications to extreme transaction processing (XTP). TayzGrid was developed from NCache source into a native Java … continue reading

Tasktop Enables Agile and DevOps

Today’s enterprise developers are working in highly complex environments, especially those working in large organizations or startups that have scaled. How they deploy code is changing as their organizations move from data centers to IaaS, containers and microservices.  And because their products are more sophisticated than they once were, so are their planning and product … continue reading

What developers see out of Windows 10

Microsoft’s BUILD conference has come and gone this year, and in its wake there is a great deal for developers to consider. For most there are new capabilities and goodies to leverage, but as we will see there are some who are not entirely happy about where things are heading on some fronts. As expected, … continue reading

Visual Studio 2015 gets Xamarin for free

Microsoft kicked off day two of its Build Conference by talking about new features for the Microsoft Azure Cloud service. The company has invested billions of dollars to build out data centers for Azure around the world, and along with those Azure features, it announced the open-sourcing and free availability of recently acquired cross-platform tools … continue reading

Microsoft gets Bash and Ubuntu into Windows

Microsoft’s Build developer conference kicked off today in San Francisco. But prior to the opening of Build, Canonical and Microsoft announced that Ubuntu Linux would soon be coming to Windows. The companies are working to allow Windows to run Ubuntu simultaneously with Windows. This does not mean virtualization, but rather running a full Linux on … continue reading

Build Partner Showcase

Visual Studio. Team Foundation Server. Windows 10. Azure. Cortana. Graph. HoloLens. Microsoft has created a broad suite of technologies, and it showcases the latest and greatest at its Build conference, which targets software developers creating applications for desktops and the Web as well as mobile devices. These tools help developers throughout the application life cycle, … continue reading

JetBrains’ New Cross-platform IDE

More of today’s .NET developers are using non-Windows platforms for application development. Those familiar with JetBrains ReSharper Visual Studio extension will soon have access to JetBrains’ new cross-platform IDE codenamed “Project Rider,” which will provide the same, familiar experience. “We’ve been working for several years to ensure that ReSharper can work in different environments, independently … continue reading

Microsoft Build Partners

Alachisoft – NCache is a 100% Native .NET Open Source distributed cache (released under Apache License, Version 2.0). Software teams use NCache to remove performance bottlenecks related to their data storage and databases and to scale their .NET and Java applications to extreme transaction processing (XTP). TayzGrid was developed from NCache source into a native … continue reading

Simplify Database Lifecycle Management

Organizations are falling short of their continuous integration and continuous delivery goals because they lack a coherent way to manage database lifecycles. With Redgate’s SQL Toolbelt, software teams can proactively include the database in the lifecycle processes they already have in place for the application. This includes development, release, change management, and maintenance to reduce … continue reading

Modern Requirements Extends TFS

Software teams need more effective ways of managing requirements regardless of which development methodology they’re using. Rather than mapping third-party requirements tools to TFS and hoping for the best, organizations are choosing eDevTECH’s Modern Requirements suite, which adds requirements management capabilities to TFS. It is the only requirements management suite that uses TFS as an … continue reading

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