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Stuff Developers Say

Time to get back into some coding! But! Before we do, here’s a pretty cool video. If you’ve been a programmer for longer than a day, you too probably have said some of the things in this video: 101 more words

Why the first phone interview with the hiring manager is the most important one

I wanted to share my advice with all great engineers who are seeking a rare opportunity.   Lets begin.

You noticed that Company A is looking for a Principal Software Engineer.   604 more words

Software Engineering

Your data is your dogfood: DevOps in the astronomical observatory [IMA]

http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.6463

DevOps is the contemporary term for a software development culture that purposefully blurs distinction between software development and IT operations by treating “infrastructure as code.” DevOps teams typically implement practices summarised by the colloquial directive to “eat your own dogfood;” meaning that software tools developed by a team should be used internally rather thrown over the fence to operations or users. 63 more words

Instrumentation And Methods For Astrophysics

Learn how to be a startup CTO the easy way so you do not become a deranged cat.

Learn how to be a startup CTO the easy way so you do not become a deranged cat. This website contains tutorials on computer science, cloud computing, software engineering, and starting a business.

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Cloud Computing

Recommended Job Sites @DePaul University

As grad student at DePaul CDM focusing on

Master of Science in Software Engineering

would it be surprising to finding recommended job sites information? Not @ ALL!   178 more words

Software Development

Russ Miller on Engineering Velocity: Continuous Delivery at Netflix, Dianne Marsh, SATURN 2014 Keynote

by Russell Miller
Vice President of Technology Services at Impulse.com
Co-host of Architectural Concepts podcast

At SATURN 2014 there were a number of excellent sessions on DevOps and Continuous Delivery; one of those was Dianne Marsh’s keynote entitled, “Engineering Velocity: Continuous Delivery at Netflix.” Dianne is the director of engineering tools at Netflix, a company that has led the way in terms of continuous delivery. 454 more words

Software Architecture