There are all types of trends and styles in all areas, not just in fashion. And if you’re looking to keep up with trends and the like in software, then our authors can help you out. Learn more in their posts below.
A Helpful Guide to Testing Promises Using Mocha
What Is Data Literacy? (aka Know Your Data)
Technically, the world today has advanced to a level we never could’ve imagined a few years ago. What do you think made it possible? We now understand complexities. And how do you think that became possible? Literacy! The same scenario applies to the IT sector. Data literacy can help a company reach new heights. In this post, Arnab Row Chowdhury is here to discuss data literacy in detail. Find out more on Enov8’s blog.
What Is Fault Management? A Definition & Introductory Guide
All you telecom engineers out there must have already heard of fault management, right? Well, those of you who haven’t yet heard of it and need to understand what it’s about, worry no more! Sofia Azevedo is here to help you out on XPLG’s blog.
Microservices In Java: A How-To With Practical Examples
Microservices are the cool new kids on the block. Whether you’re not yet sold on the idea of a distributed system or if you just can’t get enough of it, Guillermo Salazar has got you covered. This post is a quick start guide to get you up and running with microservices in Java. Check it out on Scalyr’s blog.
Performance is one of the most important concerns when developing an application. All software developers should monitor and improve performance in every layer of the application. From the database to the server-side language, there are plenty of opportunities for performance issues to arise, and the front end is certainly no exception. Lucky for you, Carlos Schults can help you learn to improve your performance in this post on Raygun’s blog.
The IT Leader’s Complete Guide to Effective Product Management
The software management landscape changes quickly. Each year we see new processes and paradigms that promise to build software in a better way. Recently, the industry has focused on moving towards product management. And that’s left many in leadership struggling to move towards this way of managing products. So why have we seen a drive away from project management and towards product management? Learn more from Sylvia Fronczak on Plutora’s blog.