Saxon D’Aubin’s first computer was a TRS-80 MC-10. It spawned a career in programming that eventually led to becoming a VP of Engineering at New Relic.Continue Reading
At FutureStack: New York, two very different e-commerce companies revealed a common reliance on real-time performance monitoring.Continue Reading
The New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform helps modern IT, development, and operations teams harness the power of their data to improve the performance of their applications, infrastructure, and business. But what about using this power for more nefarious purposes, like monitoring a fantasy football league? Having just recently started at New Relic, I wanted to…Continue Reading
(This post is part 2 in New Relic’s 6-part mob programming series, which we call Taming the Mob.) I like mob programming and I like metaphors. I like mobbing because it helps my engineering teams ship great software reliably and consistently. I like metaphors because it’s fun—even in professional settings—to map seemingly unrelated concepts onto each other to…Continue Reading
How can I get up to speed on what New Relic is going to do for my company if I’ve only got 30 minutes to spare?Continue Reading
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New Relic is hiring Hitch CTO and founder Bruno Pedro and his core product team to join our European Development Center in Barcelona.Continue Reading
Not surprisingly, we used New Relic to monitor our migration to AEM—here are three useful lessons we learned along the way.Continue Reading
In part 1 of a new series, the New Relic Insights team adopts mob programming, anew model for team programming, with fantastic results.Continue Reading
We look at the programming languages employers want most, the languages software developers like best, and the languages climbing the charts.Continue Reading
WordPress hosting company Kinsta offers tips on using New Relic APM to fix what ails your WordPress website.Continue Reading
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