Join us for a Reactive Spring talk featuring Miguel Mendez.Miguel Mendez is a software engineer from Orlando Florida. He currently works for FlexEngage as a Lead Developer.With more than 20 years of experience in the business he is passionate about web technologies, user experience and distributed systems. As a Domain Driven Design practitioner he believes in the importance of understanding the core domain in order to build useful software.Reactive programming has been getting lots of attention…See More
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Developers and designers can work together to share knowledge and experience when working on creating accessible applications. Accessibility issues can be treated as any other bug, something that needs to be solved first. Accessibility should be embraced as something very serious and important to society, and approached as a business opportunity.
Grafana Labs has introduced "Sift," a feature for Grafana Cloud designed to enhance incident response management (IRM) by automating system checks and expediting issue resolution. Sift automates various aspects of incident investigation. Sift provides valuable insights into potential issues within Kubernetes environments, helping engineers focus on resolving incidents.
User stories are meant to be a placeholder for a conversation. This article dives into the differences between user stories and tickets, where stories came from and how recent trends are moving us away from conversations. It shows the impact this is having on product development and easy ways to improve collaboration through conversation and writing better stories.