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Recruit to Catch the Good Ones

by Ben Linders on  Nov 25, 2014

How can you recruit good people and help them becoming successful without challenging your established workforce too much? According to Ralph van Roosmalen and Daan van Osch finding the right people will be one of the biggest problems in IT. At the XP Days Benelux 2014 conference Ralph and Daan will give a presentation in which they share experiences from IT recruiting at RES Software.

Go Language Moves to Git and GitHub

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 18, 2014 3

Rob Pike, lead designer of Go at Google, announced on Go's Google Group that Go language is moving to Git and GitHub. "All data will be preserved," said Rob, but GitHub will not be used to handle pull requests and code reviews. Google's own Gerrit will be used instead because it fits better the requirements of a large project such as Go, explained Google engineers.

Git at the Atlassian Summit

by Rags Srinivas on  Oct 19, 2014

A summary of Git-related talks from the recently concluded Atlassian Summit.

Proactively Monitor Configuration Changes with Tripwire

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 08, 2014 1

Most companies still manually track configuration changes using a wiki or spreadsheet. Only the most basic information such as IP addresses are included, as recording everything is just too tedious. Even knowing basic information such as who made the change is difficult and time consuming. Tripwire seeks to eliminate this problem by proactively monitoring configuration changes.

Git 2.1 Released: What's New

by Sergio De Simone on  Aug 26, 2014 1

Two-and-a-half months after Git 2.0, a new version of Git has been released. Though a minor update, the list of new features and improvements is large.

Try Before You Buy: Heroku Supports Preview of GitHub Applications

by Richard Seroter on  Aug 12, 2014

Heroku is trying to make it easier to turn source code into a running application. The Heroku Button – a simple bit of HTML or Markdown that triggers a deployment from a public GitHub repository to Heroku’s public cloud – sets up Heroku as an attractive destination for quickly previewing, hosting, and extending open source web applications.

Google’s Container Tool Attracts Support From Microsoft, IBM, and Others

by Richard Seroter on  Jul 16, 2014 1

Google recently took the wraps off Kubernetes, an open source orchestration tool for managing Docker containers at scale. Late last week, Microsoft, IBM, RedHat, Docker, Mesosphere, CoreOS, and SaltStack all jumped on board and pledged to actively contribute to this project.

Chrome Dev Editor: A New JavaScript and Dart IDE

by Abel Avram on  Jun 27, 2014

A Google engineer has made available Chrome Dev Editor (CDE) during Google IO 2014, a new IDE for creating Chrome Apps and web apps for the desktop and mobile devices. CDE supports JavaScript and Dart.

Git Gets Better Defaults, Faster

by Roopesh Shenoy on  May 30, 2014

Git 2.0 is finally released, almost a month after the first release candidate was available. This comes with performance improvements such as introduction of bit-map indexes, as well as sensible defaults, especially helping first-time users.

Jenkins CI Integrates With Chef and Puppet to Provide Full Traceability of Deployments

by Matthias Marschall on  May 26, 2014

Using the Deployment Notification plugin for Jenkins developed by CloudBees and either the additional Chef Software plugin or Puppet Labs plugin, engineers can now trace every file installed by Chef or Puppet within Jenkins CI.

Feature-Rich Visual Studio 2013.2 Improves Git Tools and ASP.NET

by Jeff Martin on  May 13, 2014

The official RTM release of Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 has been made, and unlike the first update it brings with it a host of new features that should interest if not outright benefit nearly all users. Improved areas include better Git tooling support, web development, and profiling.

GitHub Open Sources the Atom IDE

by Abel Avram on  May 07, 2014

GitHub has open sourced their Atom IDE including the Atom Shell framework, Atom Core, and the Atom Package Manager (apm).

DBmaestro Brings DevOps for Database to Microsoft SQL Server

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 21, 2014

The database source control and deployment system DBmaestro now offers SQL Server support. This tool, which is also available for Oracle, is designed to be used in environments where multiple instances of a database exist in development, QA, and staging branches that need to be kept in sync with source code changes.

Apache Subversion to Migrate to Git

by Alex Blewitt on  Apr 01, 2014 8

Today, Greg Stein, founder of the Apache Subversion project, raised a request to migrate the Subversion codebase to Git. More controversial than the decision itself was the way that the decision was made, by the PMC on the private mailing list. Read on to find out what happened and what the current state is.

Facebook makes Mercurial faster than Git

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 09, 2014 6

Facebook has posted on how they've sped up Mercurial to be five times faster than Git in certain operations. Read on to find out what they have changed, and why it makes such a difference for their setup.

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