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CIO Skills Shortages Illuminate the Need to Create a Digital Customer Experience

By Posted in Tech Topics, Using Our Products 23 January 2015

What do CIOs have to look forward to in 2015? It’s time to put major resources behind powering a digital customer experience, or else. IDC, Gartner, and Forrester are all screaming about it, but have CIOs have gotten the message? It’s not entirely clear, but there are some intriguing hints in CIO Magazine’s fascinating 2015…

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Exploring the Connection Between Fixing Security Errors During Development and Runtime Performance

By Posted in Tech Topics 30 January 2015

Guest author Melinda Jacobs is the co-founder of Lucent Sky, a San Francisco-based company that automates how developers find and fix security problems in applications. When I finished writing this post, I ran spell check, which inevitably found a number of spelling and grammatical errors throughout my writing. I saw the red squiggly lines, right clicked,…

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New Relic Runs on Insights: Deepening Partner Engagement

By Posted in New Relic News, Using Our Products 29 January 2015

This New Relic Insights use case is taken from New Relic Runs on Insights, a new whitepaper collecting Insights use cases from across New Relic, highlighting some of the many ways the product can help businesses exploit the countless possibilities for leveraging their data in real time, without needing developer resources, and allowing them to…

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Highlights from Our San Francisco User Group Meeting

By Posted in Events 29 January 2015

On Thursday, January 22nd, we held our first ever San Francisco New Relic User Group. After running events in New York, L.A., Chicago, and London, it was pretty exciting to bring the fun back to our hometown, where so many of our longest-standing customers reside. More than 50 attendees joined us for a night of…

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Going Beyond grep for Searching Source Code

By Posted in Tech Topics 28 January 2015

For developers who live on the command line, a shell prompt (bash or zsh) and an editor (vi or emacs) are the only IDE (integrated development environment) we need. For searching trees of source code, grep and maybe find will suit our needs. grep will search whatever files you may have, but it wasn’t designed for source…

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