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You can do DevOps while working from home; it’s all about the right approach. I am one of the agents of chaos who passionately argued the importance of removing barriers and recognizing that people are the core of a healthy DevOps mindset. Fast-forward to the COVID-19 pandemic, in which collocated teams were forced to disperse overnight …

Linux is a great platform for programming—it’s logical, easy to see the source code, and very efficient. In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I’ll share 21 different ways to use Linux. Here I’ll explain why so many programmers choose Linux. When I first started using …

As part of Apple’s ongoing commitment to empower the Black community and dismantle barriers to opportunity, today the company is welcoming leaders and their teams from 13 app companies as the inaugural cohort of Entrepreneur Camp for Black Founders and Developers. In 2019, Apple held its first-ever Entrepreneur Camp, an immersive tech lab for app-driven …

This article is part 2 of a 3 part mini-series on digital wellbeing. The content has been authored and contributed to by the Google Digital Wellbeing Team (Kate Lockhart) and the Google P&E Developer Brand Marketing Team (Lily Sheringham). Keep a lookout for the last article in the series coming soon. The first article in …

A project is about to fail. Everybody feels it won’t meet the hard deadline. But the app ended up released on time and bug-free. How is that possible? I want to tell you the real story behind an ambitious two-month project my team completed, with a huge impact on our organization. A very stressful, challenging, …

DevOps has come a long way, and there is no doubt it will continue to shine this year. Since many companies are looking for best practices around their digital transformation, it’s important to see where leaders think the industry is going. In that sense, the following article is a collection of responses from the DevOps …

This article is part 1 of a 3 part mini-series on digital wellbeing. The content has been authored and contributed to by the Google Digital Wellbeing Team (Kate Lockhart), the Google Material UXR (Michael Gillbert), and the Google P&E Developer Brand Marketing Team (Lily Sheringham). Keep a lookout for the further two articles in the …

A common trait I see in new developers is the fear of looking dumb. I know because I had the same concern. I thought that seeming stupid would cause others to question my capabilities and affect my career progression. Nothing could have been further from the truth. To explain why, let me tell a quick …

Imposter syndrome is a feeling in software development. Not only does beginners or mid-level developers face this problem, but also the experienced coders. Did you know? That in a survey, it was discovered that employees working in top-notch companies such as Google, Amazon, eBay, Microsoft, Facebook and even Apple face imposter syndrome despite their accomplishments? …

“Being the right person for DevOps is being more than just your ops/dev role,” says Josh Atwell in his Lightning Talk at All Things Open 2019. What does it mean to be the “right” person in a DevOps environment? That’s the question that Josh Atwell, senior tech advocate at Splunk, tried to answer in his Lightning Talk …