Topic: developer

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Developer Productivity and Happiness Framework

LinkedIn recently announced its decision to open source its Developer Productivity and Happiness (DPH) Framework.  The DPH Framework describes “the systems, processes, metrics, and feedback systems we use to understand our developers and their needs internally at LinkedIn,” Max Kanat-Alexander, principal staff software engineer at LinkedIn, and Grant Jenks, senior staff software engineer at LinkedIn, … continue reading

Armory launches new hub full of resources for developers

Armory introduced developer.armory.io, a platform to enhance the developer experience through their declarative continuous deployment solution (Armory Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service).  This developer hub offers a comprehensive website aimed at providing developers and end-users with convenient access to detailed resources. The platform offers various learning materials such as videos, tutorials, and reference documents, enabling users to learn … continue reading

Appian AI Copilot delivers practical value to boost developer productivity

Appian announced the release of the latest Appian AI-Powered Process Platform, featuring Appian AI Copilot, an advanced AI assistant that increases developer productivity. It utilizes Appian’s enterprise AI architecture and private AI strategy to deliver comprehensive process automation solutions swiftly. In its first version, AI Copilot employs generative AI to transform PDFs and structured forms … continue reading

Soft skills become imperative to be an effective project manager

While every developer is different, there is one thing that almost all of them have in common: the desire to build. Developers do not want to be bogged down by dependencies or constantly having to pause and answer questions from a helicopter manager; they just want to create.  This is why the job of the … continue reading

Developers have to keep pace with the rise of data streaming

The rise of data streaming has forced developers to either adapt and learn new skills or be left behind. The data industry evolves at supersonic speed, and it can be challenging for developers to constantly keep up. SD Times recently had a chance to speak with Michael Drogalis, the principal technologist at Confluent, a company … continue reading

How observability prevents developers from flying blind

When changing lanes on the highway, one of the most important things for drivers to remember is to always check their blind spot. Failing to do this could lead to an unforeseen, and ultimately avoidable, accident.  The same is true for development teams in an organization. Failing to provide developers with insight into their tools … continue reading

Infragistics introduces App Builder Design Contest

Infragistics, a provider of tools and solutions to accelerate designs and development, today announced a new App Builder Design Contest to encourage developers, designers and non-designers to use their creativity to win prizes. According to the company, the competition offers participants access to the App Builder drag & drop tool, allowing designers and developers to … continue reading

Ambassador Labs launches Ambassador Developer Control Plane 1.0

Ambassador Labs announced the release of its new Ambassador Developer Control Plane 1.0 (DCP), which lets developers code, ship and run apps using Kubernetes faster. The control plane provides a new managed cloud UI and an integrated toolchain built entirely on top of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open-source projects.  Developers can use the control … continue reading

Apple to reduce commission for small businesses with new App Store program

Apple announced a new program designed to reduce app store commission 15% for small businesses earning up to $1 million per year.  The new App Store Small Business Program will benefit the vast majority of developers who sell digital goods and services on the store, providing them with a reduced commission on paid apps and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Fastly to acquire Signal Sciences, LDRA launches Secure Software Development Resource Centre, and Dynatrace announces observability for AWS

Fastly entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Signal Sciences for approximately $775 million in cash and stock.  The acquisition will expand Fastly’s security portfolio through developer-first web applications and API protection solutions, according to the company.  “Fastly was founded to meet developers’ need for greater visibility and control. Now, as the digital transformation movement … continue reading

JetBrains joins the big data space with new tools for DataGrip and PyCharm

JetBrains announced that Big Data Tools is now available as EAP for DataGrip and PyCharm Professional. The news aims to address problems that involve both code and data.  The company first announced plans to support more big data tools last year when it announced a preview of the IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate plugin with Apache Zeppelin … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OutSystems’ new enterprise dev tools, Solo.io developer portal for Istio service mesh, and Fuze 6

OutSystems announced 70 development accelerators designed to ensure web and mobile applications created on the OutSystems low-code development platform can comply with the highest accessibility standards and regulations.  “Building apps with great accessibility is a legal responsibility, but more importantly, it is a moral responsibility for app developers to ensure that everyone can perceive, navigate, … continue reading

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