Welcome to Developer Love, the podcast for people who build developer communities. In this inaugural episode of Developer Love, Patrick Woods speaks with Brian Douglas of GitHub. They discuss the developer advocate role, leveraging open source knowledge, and improving inclusivity within communities.
Typically when we think about microservices we think of Kubernetes as the scheduler of choice for large scale containerized applications. For this reason most service mesh solutions are Kubernetes only. But what if my microservices application is on a different deployment platform?
On July 10, popular apps like Spotify and Tinder suffered crashes due to a Facebook SDK issue. The crash highlights how a code or environment change by another company (e.g. FB) whose API you rely on can bring down your own app for no fault of your own.
No-Code Report is a weekly no-code newsletter, built using no-code tools like Webflow, Airtable, and Zapier. No-code is all about the ability to create software without the traditional barriers of learning code or hiring dev teams. These tools are empowering people to develop software, things like websites, mobile apps, and SaaS.
Microservices come with their own challenges — they constantly change and those changes are reflected in different UIs. The idea behind the product is to give engineers a single pane of glass to get all of the information they need about the microservices that have been deployed across their organization.
The stock market for public SaaS and Cloud companies is at an all-time high. This helps VCs raise more funds, creates more liquidity, etc. But it’s more than that. In many categories of SaaS, usage is way way up since March 15. Work from Home has been accelerated by a decade. Digital transformation by 5 years.
Priyanka Sharma is a long-time community member and Heavybit advisor. She recently became General Manager of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and we sat down with her to talk about her journey, the importance of community and ecosystems, and how startups can get involved and take advantage of opportunities.
One persistent challenge at startups is deciding where to spend your time; which prospects you invest sales and marketing resources into, what new features you build, who and when you hire, and the list goes on. A framework for defining customer health can have an enormous impact on your entire business, and help you make the right decisions more often.