DevToolsDigest: May 21st, 2020
This digest includes news and resources from Uber, Mux, Orbit, HashiCorp, Sanity, Snyk, and more.

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The Week in Developer Tools
Piranha is a tool that scans source code to delete code related to stale, or obsolete, feature flags, leading to a cleaner, safer, more performant, and more maintainable code base. It offers great utility for organizations that use feature flags in their app deployments, and so Uber has open sourced it. 
In this tutorial, Knut Melvær covers how to make taxonomy pages with Gatsby with structured content from Sanity.io. You will learn how to use Gatsby’s Node creation APIs to add fields to your content types in Gatsby’s GraphQL API. 
For the first time, Docker, the favorite container development tool for millions of developers, will provide native vulnerability detection and fixes, powered by Snyk. Together, Snyk and Docker will help developers securely build and use containers and open source. 
Industry Research
At Mux, they spend a significant amount of effort writing blog posts. It’s one of the main ways they communicate their ideas and share new features. They had been dissatisfied with the blog for a while and so they finally decided "Let's just design and build our own."
When your community is small, it's easy to make decisions intuitively, but without data and a framework, it's hard for intuition to keep up as your community grows from dozens to thousands. As you grow, a little data goes a long way. This is where the Orbit Model comes in.
This joint whitepaper, co-authored with GitHub, discusses how HashiCorp tools and the GitHub platform work together to enable organizations to adopt a strong CI/CD workflow and increase developer velocity.
From The Heavybit Library
While every industry is certainly going to be affected by any economic downturn, the reason enterprise software and developer companies have been somewhat insulated, is that they’re intended to make developers more productive. At a time when most companies are cutting or reassessing headcount, software can alleviate some of the burden on remaining team members.