The Senate introduced bipartisan legislation to help protect federal and critical infrastructure systems by strengthening the security of open source software. The legislation comes after a hearing convened on the Log4j incident earlier this year.
Every organization faces a war between two schools of thought, with "If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it" on one side and "release early and often" on the other. This blog post looks for a way for enterprise consumers to embrace fast-paced changes in the software industry.
Most digital transformations fail. Yet, digital transformation has been at the top of corporate agendas for at least a decade and shows no sign of slowing down. On the contrary, many commentators have highlighted the accelerating impact of the Covid-19 period on digital transformation.
To say that Developer Relations is now flourishing is an understatement. Over the past year, we’ve seen more newcomers enter DevRel, new Developer-first companies come to market with developer tools, and new DevRel Programs emerge from companies big and small.
Drawing a diagram of the relationships of companies in an industry can help you deeply understand how the industry works and who the key players are. As you find you can’t fill in all the relationships, the gaps outlining what you need to learn will become immediately visible.
Jeli.io is an incident management startup from former Netflix and Slack engineer Nora Jones. She launched the startup as a way to help companies take advantage of what she learned from her life in the incident response trenches and provide a single place to gather information for an incident post-mortem.
You’ve created a product you know developers will love. Heck – you’ve even done your segmentation, so you know which developer personas will find success with your product. Now it’s launch time. Time to watch the developers start rolling in to use your product. Right?