Marketers always need to keep up with the trends and changes in technology so their lead generation and retention can stay optimal. In recent years, the scope has shifted from just bringing in customers to keeping them engaged and ensuring renewals. The pandemic forced companies of all sizes to re-examine how they run their business... Continue Reading →
I was really shocked and saddened to hear the tragic news this morning that Rob Stroud passed away. He will be missed not only by his family and colleagues at XebiaLabs but also by the entire DevOps community that he touched and influenced in many ways!
While Mark Zuckerberg has been away in Washington, D.C. last week testifying about data misuse and cybersecurity, we can only assume that his personal robot assistant, Jarvis, has been helping run his household. Named after Iron Man’s infamous aide, Zuckerberg has boasted before that his Jarvis can play music, control household appliances, and even... Continue Reading →
As agile methodology was popularized at the start of last decade, engineering teams gained the opportunity to begin producing software in shorter cycles, while releasing it reliably at more frequent intervals. This concept garnered greater attention in 2009, when Tim Fitz published his thoughts on continuous deployment. By the time Jez Humble authored his seminal book,... Continue Reading →
Every app developer dreams of the kind of success that Pokémon Go is enjoying right now. A month ago, it was just a rumor. Just 24 hours after it was released, it was the number one top grossing app, even though it was free to download and play. Within a single week, Pokémon Go servers... Continue Reading →