My daughter and I have been programming together since she was five. Here’s what I’ve learned from our work together—plus a video of our RubyConf presentation.Continue Reading
New Relic’s Alice Goldfuss breaks down how engineers are classified—and proposes a better approach in her FutureStack16 San Francisco presentation.Continue Reading
Embracing DevOps and microservices is not always simple. But as the folks at Concur explained at FutureStack16 San Francisco, it can—and should—be done.Continue Reading
The dynamic cloud brings new agility and efficiency—but also creates new monitoring challenges. New Relic’s Lee Atchison explains how to address them.Continue Reading
Ready to break up your monolithic software? At FutureStack16 San Francisco, New Relic’s Jonathan Owens and Jose Fernandez showed how it’s done.Continue Reading
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In a panel discussion at FutureStack16 San Francisco, representatives from Adobe, Cisco, Desk.com, and Interactive Intelligence opened up about scaling up.Continue Reading
MLBAM CTO Joe Inzerillo told the crowd at FutureStack16 San Francisco that baseball—and delivering a great customer experience—is all about data.Continue Reading
To succeed in the Age of the User, you need to give customers what they want. DocuSign’s Erin Smith explains how in this FutureStack16 San Francisco presentation.Continue Reading
Native apps matter when it comes to mobile, so make yours count, said New Relic’s Susie Dirks and Devin Cheevers at FutureStack16 San Francisco.Continue Reading
At FutureStack16 San Francisco, New Relic’s Mike Genstil and Bharath Gowda explained why microservices are a very big deal.Continue Reading
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