In This December Digital Issue:
- What Exactly Is DevOps?
By Neil Garnichaud
The latest trend in software development is the culture of DevOps, in which developers partner with operations staff to assure that software runs with a minimum of problems.
- Getting DevOps Right: The Lay of the Land
By Scott Ambler The DevOps movement offers the potential for an important bump in both professionalism and productivity in the IT marketplace. But, as with all movements before it, there is the danger that DevOps will be misunderstood and misapplied.
By Dino Esposito
- The Shrinking Expanding World of CI
By Andrew Binstock
Continuous integration is undergoing something of a renaissance as continuous delivery (and its sidekick, DevOps) begin to find adoption in many enterprises. Simultaneously, the number of viable CI packages is shrinking quickly.
Readers comment on Windows 8, Oracle's stewardship of Java, and the poor man's design tool.
Snapshots of the most interesting items on drdobbs.com including Git, assert statements, and an exploration of new features in WPF 4.5.
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