It is crucial to use a measurement that caters to your target audience, and to be as factual as possible of its impact. Crafters do not care about code quality for the sake of designing beautiful systems; they care about code quality because it helps solve business problems, reduces cost, and enhances the developer experience.
How do we get the business to care about quality? And how do we measure quality?
If you have worked with CI/CD, chances are you have used the likes of Jenkins, GitLab, GitHub Actions, etc. One service I don’t often hear folks talk about is AWS CodePipeline. In this blog, we will make some comparisons between Jenkins and AWS CodePipeline, and see if perhaps it’s time for you to make the switch on your projects.Read more
It is the story of my experience with Ippon Technologies, partnering with Richmond Heritage to lend Product and Technical expertise, to help this legacy survive and keep paying it forward.Read more
FinOps, or Cloud Financial Management, is a cultural practice that brings financial accountability and empowerment to teams by allowing them to make tradeoff decisions between speed, cost, and quality.Read more