DevToolsDigest: June 7th, 2019
This week's digest includes news and resources from Honeycomb, NodeSource, OverOps, LaunchDarkly, Google Cloud, Cisco, and more.

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The Week in Developer Tools
WordPress 5.0 was the first WordPress release to incorporate the new React-powered Gutenberg UI framework. With Gutenberg as the standard for WordPress interface development, WordPress developers can now benefit from more from the awesome React and JavaScript ecosystems to improve the developer experience and user experience of creating and using Pantheon's plugins, themes, and sites.
Honeycomb's latest product update features an intuitive home (landing) page that orients users with a quick, real-time view into what’s happening right now in your production systems. Honeycomb Home coexists with many legacy APM tools in support of teams transitioning to an observability-driven development process.
This is a great illustration on how to become a web developer in 2019 and guide you on how you can learn and master Web Development in 2019. It's a collection of different paths to learning front-end, back-end, and all other things a Web developer should know.
Industry Research
Organizations are looking for the fastest and most effective route to modernization; Node.js is emerging as the de facto choice for companies looking to build the apps and other infrastructure needed to make such a move. This white paper explores how teams at Paypal, Netflix, and Walmart undertook digital transformation successfully, and explains the ideal DevOps stack for digital transformation with Node.js.
Despite advancements made in observability tools in the past year, alerts for performance anomalies and user disruptions is a crucial, yet still overlooked, component for engineering teams to deliver serverless applications with confidence.
Using the power of Lambda and CloudFront together in the form of Lambda@Edge, TrueCar was able to execute on its plans to migrate to the cloud while providing the best experience to their site users. The introduction of A/B testing with LaunchDarkly lets software engineers, business owners, and site reliability engineers work together in a shared and agile framework to accomplish business objectives.
The costs of software quality (COSQ) are those costs incurred through both meeting and not meeting the customer’s quality expectations. Calculating these costs serves the purpose of identifying just how much the organization spends to meet the customer’s expectations, and how much it spends (or loses) when it does not. 
Developer Venture News
Google Cloud has been mired in third place in the cloud infrastructure market, and grabbing Looker gives it an analytics company with a solid track record. The combination provides an end-to-end analytics platform to connect, collect, analyze and visualize data across Google Cloud, Azure, AWS, on-premises databases and ISV applications.
Sentryo's industrial IoT/OT technology solution helps companies like those in the energy, manufacturing, oil and gas and transportation sectors ensure the resilience of their industrial networks and protect against cyber security attacks. The aim is to merge Sentryo with Cisco's intent-based networking technology, which Cisco has been integrating across its enterprise access portfolio to help customers manage more users and devices.
From The Heavybit Community
Jen Taylor: Preparing For Lift-Off
Whether you’re launching a beta product, into GA, or working on your feature releases or enterprise product, there’s a series of steps you should take. Similar to incident response planning, Cloudflare's Head of Product Jen Taylor shows us how launch planning requires criteria scoring, goals, a team, a budget, a series of MVP assets, and next steps with marketing, product, and sales.
Building Blocks for an Innovative and Inclusive Developer Community: Part 1
SJ Morris is Founder and Principal Consultant of developer community consultancy, Listen Community Consulting, and this is Part 1 of her 3-part series on why and how to build a community that ultimately makes your product and company stronger.
In episode 40 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Manvel Saroyan, a developer at eyeo, working on Adblock Plus. They discuss the difficulties of integrating multi-language support into dev projects as well as Manvels lifestyle as a digital nomad. 
In episode 9 of EnterpriseReady, Grant is joined by Zack Blum, CEO and Founder of Fleetsmith, to discuss device management and security in the enterprise world, as well as different approaches to product assortment.
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