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  • Atomist Software Delivery Machine 1.0 Launched

    Atomist, a software delivery automation company, has announced their Software Delivery Machine (SDM) 1.0. Atomist SDM is a cloud-native software delivery platform with additional capabilities, specifically for Kubernetes and Spring.

  • Atlassian Announces Solutions for Incident Management

    Atlassian announced on September 4 that they have launched a new product called Jira Ops and that they will acquire OpsGenie. Organizations can use Jira Ops for resolving incidents and doing post-mortems to learn from them. OpsGenie adds prompt and reliable alerting to Jira Ops.

  • Strategic Partnership Announced Between Atlassian and Slack: HipChat to Be Discontinued

    Atlassian announced that they are entering into a strategic partnership with Slack on July 26, 2018, and will no longer offer their own real-time communications products Hipchat Cloud, Hipchat Data Center, Hipchat Server, and Stride. The partnership enables them to extend existing integrations between their tools and co-build new ones.

  • Spark the Change: Unleashing People’s Talent

    Make curiosity our priority, fundamentally question how and when work should happen, enable fragmentation with technology to become a task-based society, maximize the possibility of authentic human connection in recruiting, ask questions to spark the change, and look for ways to integrate refugees into the workforce: These are some of the conclusions and suggestions to unleash people’s talent.

  • Jessica Kerr at QCon London on "Why DevOps is a Special Case of DevEx"

    Jessica Kerr, lead engineer at Atomist, presented her perspective on DevEx (Developer Experience) and how it relates to DevOps, at QCon London. She stressed that DevOps led to teams taking on accrued responsibilities (to be able to own and constantly improve their systems). To reduce cognitive load, we need better development tools that push down details on how systems get built and delivered.

  • Slack Desktop Migrated to BrowserView for 3.0

    Slack has recently made version 3.0 available in their beta channel, with numerous performance improvements and bug fixes. At its core, most of the changes have revolved around migrating from the Electron component “webView” to “browserView”, a newer and more stable alternative. Charlie Hess, engineer at Slack, has published a blog outlining this journey.

  • State of Elm 2017 Survey Results Are In

    The 2017 State of Elm Survey results are in and the data shows that the language and community are growing at a healthy clip. However, the language is probably still too new for many enterprises to rely on.

  • Q&A with the Developers of Obie: A Chatbot for Company Knowledge

    Recently Tasytt launched Obie: a Slack chatbot for company knowledge. Teams can ask "what", "how", or "where" questions. Obie either finds the answer in one of your documents, or will ask you to provide him with the answer so he can give it next time someone asks the same question. InfoQ reached out to founder and CEO Chris Buttenham to ask him about Obie.

  • Microsoft Flow Reaches General Availability

    Microsoft recently announced the General Availability of Microsoft Flow, a cloud-based automation platform that provides workflow and connectivity capabilities across many popular online and on-premises services. Since the preview, in April 2016, 117,000 people from 61,000 organizations have used the service to automate their business processes.

  • Talks at Better Software East / DevOps East / Agile Dev East 2016

    The third and fourth days of the triple conference Better Software East / DevOps East / Agile Dev East held in Orlando, Florida, continued the trend established by the first two, with talks covering a wide range of topics but with a clear emphasis on testing. While days 1 and 2 were filled with half and full-day tutorials, days 3 and 4 were based on one-hour talks.

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