We’re all probably working from home lately, so why not spice up your day by taking a break and reading some of our posts. Our authors have been covering some interesting topics, and you can check them out below.

Digital Experience: Your Complete Guide to Customer Delight

Even when you have great product ideas and an awesome development team to code it into existence, making sure your customers experience delight often demands more from you. Almost every company now has to run on the back of some software (an app or a central website). Making sure clients for a business built around a system or an app are happy largely requires a digital experience (DX) campaign. So how can you delight your customers with digital experiences? Taurai Mutimutema can help you out on Plutora’s blog.

How to Upskill Your DevOps

There are plenty of skills that are important to have if you want high-performing DevOps in your enterprise. To help us know what to those are, the DevOps Institute (DOI), and Jayne Groll, co-founder and CEO (@JayneGroll), are here to help. Here are insights from her All Day DevOps ’19 presentation, Upskilling DevOps. Find out more in a post from Mark Henke on Sonatype’s blog. 

There’s No Nice Way to Say This: Your DevOps Has Gone Horribly Wrong

DevOps is not about the tools. Nor is it about the number of people working on any given thing. Adding people doesn’t mean delivering faster. You’ve got to measure what matters. It’s about principles and culture! Find out more in a recap written by Phil Vuollet on Sonatype’s blog. 

What Is Behavior-Driven Development?

If you’re in development, you’re no doubt familiar with agile methodology. But sometimes a test-driven approach seems at odds with going fast. And how do you best communicate the importance of testing to everyone on your team? If you’ve felt frustrated with test-driven development or don’t have buy-in from your team, behavior-driven development is there to help. Michelle Hoogenhout can help you out on Stackify’s blog. 

We also updated a few posts recently, like this one on the Apache error log. This post on Scalyr’s blog can break it down for you in the form of a Q&A-based outline, hopefully answering all of the questions you might have come looking for—if you googled the term—while also providing a broad narrative for regular readers.

What Is SDLC? Understand the Software Development Life Cycle

Finally, we updated a post on SDLC. The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) refers to a methodology with clearly defined processes for creating high-quality software. Head over to Stackify’s blog to find out how SDLC works, dive deeper in each of the phases, and provide you with examples to get a better understanding of each phase.