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RightScale Survey Highlights Cloud Trends: Multi-Cloud, Consolidated Governance, Skills Gap

by Richard Seroter on  Feb 24, 2016

RightScale just released the results of their annual “State of the Cloud” survey which identifies trends in cloud adoption and usage. The key findings? Organizations are investing in both public and private clouds, security is no longer the number one challenge to adoption, Docker and Ansible are growing in popularity, and central IT departments are taking on a greater role in decision making.

GitHub Introduce Issue and Pull Request Templates, Direct File Upload

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 23, 2016

GitHub introduced a new, highly requested feature that will allow project maintainers to define custom templates for issues and pull requests. Additionally, GitHub’s web UI now supports the possibility of uploading files.

GitHub Responds to 'Dear GitHub' letter

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 12, 2016

GitHub has responded to the 'Dear GitHub' letter, with plans of how they propose to address the issues raised in the future.

GitHub Pages Moves to Jekyll 3.0 to Improve Performance

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 09, 2016

According to GitHub, Jekyll 3.0 will make GitHub Pages faster and easier to use, though the switch will not be painless for all existing sites due to some features being removed in the process.

Google Kick-Starts Git Ketch: A Fault-Tolerant Git Management System

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Feb 02, 2016

Although development has only started, Google has announced their first commits of Git Ketch, a multi-master Git management system that replicates information across multiple Git servers for resilience and scalability. The changes are based on JGit, a Java-based Git server, although other Git servers may be part of the multi-master cluster.

Git 2.7: a Major New Release with Many New Features and Improvements

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 26, 2016

Two months after the release of version 2.6, Git 2.7 has been announced, bringing many new features as well as performance improvements.

Technical Debt and Team Morale when Maintaining a Large System

by Ben Linders on  Jan 26, 2016

Thomas Bradford talked about his experience with maintaining a monolith Java based system with zero test coverage and large technical debt at the Agile Testing Days 2015. InfoQ interviewed him about the problems that they had maintaining the system and the technical debt that had been build up, why they decided to take a different approach and how they improved team morale.

"Dear GitHub…" — An Open Letter to GitHub

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 18, 2016 1

A growing group of open source project maintainers, including some of the most popular projects on GitHub, have signed an open letter to express their frustration and complaints about what they experience as a feeling of being ignored and being invisible to GitHub’s eyes. InfoQ has spoken with James Kyle, one of the open letter’s initial signees.

Python will be Moving to GitHub

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 15, 2016 2

Brett Cannon, who is currently in charge of Python's development process, has announced on Python core workflow mailing list that Python will be moving to GitHub. InfoQ has spoken with Brett Cannon to learn more about the benefits that this decision should bring, what the next steps are in the process, and other relevant details.

The Role of Configuration Management in a Containerized World

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Dec 02, 2015

The widespread adoption of Docker in infrastructure automation has led to a growing debate as to whether it supersedes configuration management. The consensus seems to be that both will co-exist in a complementary way.

Best Practices for Open-source Projects

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 01, 2015 3

GitHub’s Phil Haack hosted a panel on Channel 9 that focused on best practices for open source projects.

Rebuild or Refactor?

by Ben Linders on  Nov 12, 2015 3

Should you rebuilding or refactoring software?An interview with Wouter Lagerweij about what it is that makes refactoring so difficult, if rebuilding software is less risky than refactoring, and how continuous delivery fits with rebuilding software.

More Feature Branching Means Less Continuous Integration

by Ben Linders on  Oct 15, 2015 33

Many teams now implicitly discard continuous integration due to ever-easier feature branching and an under-appreciation of trunk based development says Steve Smith. InfoQ did an interview with him about different branching approaches and how they can be combined with continuous integration, and how using build feature branching can hamper continuous integration and continuous delivery.

Directing complex IT-landscapes with Agile

by Ben Linders on  Oct 14, 2015

Where many organizations use agile to develop IT products, agile principles and practices can also be applied for maintaining landscapes of commercial products. Gert Florijn and Eelco Rommes will talk about directing complex IT-landscapes in public sectors such as healthcare and local and national government organizations at the Agile and Software Architecture Symposium 2015.

Git 2.6 Brings Many New Features and Improvements

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 08, 2015

Recently released Git 2.6 brings many new features, improvements to performance and internals, and bug fixes.

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