Tag: software

  • Green Software Patterns

    The Green Software Foundation offers a catalog of green patterns for AI, the cloud, and the web. We, as an industry, need to decarbonise software and reach a greener computing model. Find the patterns here https://patterns.greensoftware.foundation

  • Snyk Acquires FossID

    FossID is a software composition analysis tool that scans code for open source licenses and vulnerabilities. It is the third acquisition by Snyk in the past 6 months. FossID, a software composition analysis tool that scans code for open source licenses and vulnerabilities Source: Snyk Acquires FossID to Accelerate Worldwide Developer-First Security Adoption | Snyk

  • Oracle is moving Texas

    Wow. This is a rather big announcement for the tech-industry and the entire Silicon Valley. Oracle is the latest tech company to relocate from California to Austin, Texas. reports CNBC. Source: Oracle is moving its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas

  • Communication in Software Projects. gif’d.

    Everybody in software development knows the feeling. In every position involved, right? Source:

  • Protect me from what you want – 04.06.

    In Softwareprojekten an sich Aufgabe des Scrum Masters gegenüber dem Team und dem Product Owner oder dem allgemeinen Management. Häufig wird die Rolle als “Beschützer des Teams” wahrgenommen. Der Scrum Master soll dem Team helfen, eine realistische Einschätzung Ihrer Fähigkeiten abzugeben und nur Aufgaben zu committen, die realistisch in einem definierten Zeitrahmen geliefert werden können.…

  • Constellation’s 2019 Enterprise Awards

    Constellation Research published and awarded their Enterprise Awards to companies in 2019. R “Ray” Wang mentioned in a brief tweet: By The Constellation Research Team Awards Showcase What Was Top Of Mind In Enterprise Technology At The End of The Decade This year the Constellation Research team attended over 270 events, engaged The awards come…

  • Kubernetes 1.17 released today – Open Source

    Today Kubernetes released it’s version 1.17. The software is one of the most popular open source projects ever. It allows managing containerised applications and micro-services.

  • The Road to Python3

    When Python3 came out in 2009, it was already heavily debated. Python3 would be incompatible with previous versions of the popular language, but fix many drawbacks. While the vision was clear and the community initially planned to move forward much quicker. The demand for having a 2.x branch was so huge, however, that the community…

  • Unlock your product organization’s potential by defining “done”

    All too often, the task list for your teams shared project management tool shows items like “Create Workflow” or “Define Process”. Items that do resonate well in the flow of work and in the nexus of individuals. But they do fall short of allowing the rest of the organization to grasp the meaning and even…

  • Salesforce outage.

    It appears Salesforce was shutting down its services May 17th 2019. Reason was a faulty configuration of scripting options, that allowed users to access to all their company’s Salesforce data. To prevent worse, Salesforce shut down. Salesforce said the script only impacted customers of Salesforce Pardot – a business-to-business (B2B) marketing-focused CRM. However, out of…