Hugo is a website framework that I decided to use this past week for a short project and, afterwards, liked it so much I’ve decided to rework this blog with it. Here’s a few of the quick lessons I had as a first-time user.
The use of Agile methods for the delivery of software is become commonplace for individual projects.
In software development and support, a huge part of the iterative process is the feedback loop. It’s important to remember though that problems (bugs) and solutions are also skewed by perception and experience.
Learn several practical takeaways to help you design and build things, that go far beyond screen reader compatible, in this presentation from Open Web Camp.
Whether in job searches or on resumes, “DevOps” has become one of the coolest buzzwords to throw around. However, are you using it correctly and does it even matter? According to Wired’s J. Wolfgang Goerlich–it isn’t a job, but DevOps is still important.