2022 software delivery report from CircleCI
Thursday, March 24, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
CircleCI has unveiled the 2022 State of Software Delivery Report.
Examining two years of data from more than a quarter-billion workflows and nearly 50,000 organizations around the world on the CircleCI platform, the report represents the largest analysis of developer productivity data and provides new insight into the DevOps practices being leveraged by elite softwar...
Kong Summit 2019 in San Francisco call for speakers
Monday, August 5, 2019 by Richard Harris
Kong Inc. announced that Kong Summit 2019, the conference focused on building the next era in software, will take place in San Francisco at the Hilton Union Square on October 2-3.
The call for speakers is now open until June 16. If you are interested in learning more or applying to speak about topics such as APIs, microservices, service mesh, cloud-native, multi-clou...
OneSignal hits 850,000+ push notifications per second
Wednesday, November 21, 2018 by Richard Harris
OneSignal set a new throughput record with their push notification service, delivering 850,000+ notifications per second - more than twice the competition.
OneSignal sends 4 billion push notifications per day, up 25% since September. OneSignal is used by 550,000+ developers and marketing teams including many Fortune 500 companies.
On election day, push notificatio...
Single Page Application security help
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 by Richard Harris
Single-page applications, or SPAs, are web apps that load a single HTML page and dynamically update that page as the user interacts with the app. Their origins are unclear but the concept was discussed as early as 2003 according to the archives on Wiki. SPAs use AJAX and HTML5 to create fluid and responsive Web apps, without constant page reloads - that literally means,...
App development strategies from Swish's CTO Jeff Whelpley
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 by Richard Harris
Deciding on how to get your idea to the mobile market can be a long journey. Things like building your own infrastructure vs. a managed services approach, and leveraging open source technologies to keep dev costs down are just a few of the things to consider.We had a recent discussion with the CTO of Swish (a budgeting app founded by the guys who did Get Human) on mobil...
ZipperDown vulnerability puts thousands of iOS apps at risk
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
ZipperDown vulnerability has put at risk potentially thousands of iOS apps on the market. Pangu Lab recently found that a vulnerability previously discovered in OAuth security is now being exploited by hackers to run malicious code on iOS applications. Casey Ellis, CTO of Bugcrowd, recently spoke on the matter, giving an in-depth technical overview of ZipperDown to deve...
Build a mobile API ecosystem that is high performing and reliable
Saturday, September 2, 2017 by Shlomi Gian
Application Program Interfaces (API's) represent an effective way to build and manage mobile services. By using API's - a set of routines, protocols and tools for building software applications - application developers no longer have to buy technology software or hardware. Instead, they can simply plug into a growing open ecosystem of API-driven services. It is simple t...
The power of community in DevOps
Thursday, June 1, 2017 by Richard Harris
We interviewed Jason Hand, a DevOps evangelist for for VictorOps, to learn about how much the community surrounding a technology can be either a supreme advantage over your competitors or the hindrance that will bring your project to a screeching halt. Collaboration can be a double edged sword and requires a constant effort on all fronts to prove successful. Like a cog ...
Tickets On Sale Now For GitHub Universe September 1415
Saturday, August 13, 2016 by Stuart Parkerson
GitHub Universe is the flagship user conference for the GitHub community. The event will be held in San Francisco on September 14 -15, and is intended for developers, operations and system administrators, technical leads, entrepreneurs, and business leaders. The event features two keynotes, six featured speakers, and twenty-four breakout sessions that dive deep into tec...
How the Apple App Store is Changing Computer Science Curriculums
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 by Ashu Desai
I was a sophomore in high school when Apple launched the App Store. Excited by the idea of building software for a shiny new device, I tried my hand at building apps. My second game - Helicopter - sold 50,000 copies and jumpstarted my career in software development. Although the algorithmic challenges of programming appealed to me, I truly discovered my passion for comp...