This little discussion was initially prompted by an old Information Week’s article of “Stay Ahead With Soft Skills” aimed at computer programmers and “techies”; however, while project management and such are great skills—especially in agile development–the most important skill is communication.
Now that the initial configuration is taken care of (see part 1), the real interesting stuff awaits in part 2.
As I mentioned before, SQL Operations Studio is my new favorite SQL digging tool for queries. It loads fast, is portable, and, most of all, has user-configurable widgets.
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.