When the guru who coined the term DevOps contends that delivering services over container is losing ground to so-called “serverless” logic in the cloud—you listen. Self-styled “DevOps enthusiast” Patrick Debois plans during his keynote at the Oracle Code San Francisco developer event to explain how DevOps is evolving in a serverless world, with emerging practices and promise theory to explain the move away from command-and-control applications.
These days, making the developer experience delightfully productive is a top priority. In fact, there’s a blurring of lines as traditional development environments begin to offer more visual elements, while low-code visual tools boast greater extensibility.
Originally published August 14th, 2017 in SD Times We’ve all fallen prey to them at one time or another: Design techniques such as the bait-and-switch, disguised ads, faraway billing, friend spam and sneaking items into the checkout cart. These “dark patterns” are interfaces are “carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance …
Unveiling his third annual “Design in Tech Report” in a March 12, 2017, talk, Silicon Valley design guru John Maeda noted that design is now a top priority for venture capitalists, consultancies and even stuffy enterprise software giants.
When New Zealand–based SuiteBox launched six years ago, it started out supplementing annual company meetings with online video. But a few years in, the startup had the foresight to pivot. The new target? A market that Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, DocuSign, and WebEx had missed: virtual meetings in the financial world.
With the popularity of containers and microservices, developers can push out a new crop of cloud-native applications faster than ever. But technologies that make developers’ lives easier still tend to create complexity for the IT operations teams that have to keep those apps running, warns Daniel Lopez Ridruejo, cofounder and CEO of San Francisco-based Bitnami, which provides open source application packages for Oracle Cloud and other IT infrastructure service providers.
The latest of 20 stops on a vibrant world itinerary, Oracle Code Mexico City will feature technical sessions, hands-on labs, and a code lounge with 3-D printing, an IoT workshop, and more.