7 Shared Traits of Ineffective Engineering Teams

Evandro Miquelito

Evandro Miquelito, September 5, 2020

Why is your engineering team ineffective? In this article you will learn to recognize seven bad team traits. Ineffective engineering teams are not all the same, and the problems are not always obvious. However, there are some red flags to look for when evaluating a team. Team leaders and CEOs need to keep an eye out for the following red flags.

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One of the biggest challenges most software companies face nowadays is getting their software to market more quickly, and without sacrificing quality. Users expect more, thanks to the help of modern technology and applications that allow many software businesses to update their products at the click of a button, or even automatically. As a result, expectations are high to deliver more features to customers at a faster…

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Intro to Security as Code

Evandro Miquelito

Evandro Miquelito, July 7, 2020

In this article, I want to suggest how organizations can change their way of thinking so that they can protect their assets and those of their clients. I will start by looking at the idea of DevOps and traditional security practices. My focus will be on how we can begin to think of security as code and get developers to consider security and security practitioners to think…

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The issue with Monorepos

Yulong Wu

Yulong Wu, March 15, 2020

A monorepo is an arrangement where a single version control system (VCS) repository is used for all the code and projects in an organization. In this article, we will identify some of its benefits and the giants using it. Finally, we will focus on whether a monorepo is suitable for everyone.

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The fast-paced world of programming demands that people remain up-to-date. In fact, getting ahead of the curve makes a programmer stand out in his professional field. Don’t let yourself fall behind. Innovate so you can offer your company the kind of programming tailored for their needs. Here is a curated list of books for software engineering.

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What is the best software development methodology to use? This question is the topic of hot debate during the project implementation stage. However, what you choose depends on many specific factors. To organize the flow of a software development project, there are several methodologies to use. 

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In this article we will get familiar with several amazing Python libraries being used by the best software teams. With the exception of HTTPX (which is in beta), the libraries listed below are being actively developed & maintained and are backed by a strong community. HTTPX HTTPX was developed by Tom Christine, who is a

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Software development is a complex endeavor that requires much time to be spent by a highly-skilled, knowledgeable, and educated team of people. Often, there are time constraints and deadlines in place that put a lot of pressure on a team. In this article we’ve covered the most common time-wasters in the software development space. We’ve also included some effective ways to reduce the impact of these issues.

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A buggy product can be much worse than no product at all. As a developer, not only do you have to build what your target users  want, but also you must ensure the product is as bug free as much as possible. Here we list some of the very best automated testing tools out there.

 

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Testing is one of the most crucial parts of any software development project. When you create a robust, comprehensive software testing suite, you can detect the bugs, mistakes, and incorrect assumptions that you’ve made while building the code base. By using many different types of testing, from unit and integration testing to user interface and

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It’s 2019, and speed is more essential to software development than ever before. The top IT performers deploy applications on-demand multiple times every day, while their competitors lagging behind may release code only a few times per month.To join this elite group of high performers, software development teams need to be able to release fast without breaking things. The only way to achieve this is by having a…

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