For those of you in the U.S., hope you had a good 4th of July 🎆 Earlier this week, we hosted a webinar with CircleCI on a development best practice: Tracing commits to issue tickets. The recording is now available:
Microsoft has nearly 25,000 developers working within their official GitHub organizations, up 10x since 2015. Hear how they did it from Jeff Wilcox, Lead Engineer working on open source programs.
"Coming from a company that had a 10+ year old monolithic codebase, I am very well versed, with how quickly code can cruft itself if not properly maintained or monitored. We were already using ESLint here for code quality and static analysis, but ESLint can only go so far to keep your code looking sharp and consistent."
Paul Johnston shares how he's come to think of serverless as a doctrine, rather than a set of technologies, and advocates best practices for following this doctrine.
"Too many times have I seen or heard stories of organizations “transforming to DevOps” by purchasing tools". Julie Gunderson of PagerDuty explains how to be a DevOps champion.
Now you can mark files as "viewed" and collapse them during a GitHub code review -- a lifesaver for those longer pull requests.
A fantastic new tool that makes it easy to see what's going on with your Docker infrastructure at a glance (without having to memorize eight hundred different shortcuts!).