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Webinar: Achieving Continuous Delivery at Fidelity Investments with IBM UrbanCode and Datical

In today’s application economy, large scale enterprises find themselves under the gun to get to market with their innovations faster than ever before. Such was the case at Fidelity Investments when they launched a Continuous Delivery pilot aimed at streamlining their IT processes and shortening release cycles. 334 more words


Parallel Jobs in Your Jenkins Pipeline

We’re extremely proud at Jana at having achieved continuous delivery; for well over a year now, assuming all tests pass, code that is merged goes all the way out to production through an entirely automated process using… 329 more words


From DevOps to Business Agility – What is needed?

DevOps – Widely Misunderstood

What really is DevOps and why does it have the technical community jumping through hoops?

Some people have come to believe DevOps actually refers to highly skilled developers who write all of the code and deliver the application to production single-handedly. 724 more words

Expert Opinions

Utilizing Maven Enforcer plugin to ensure dependency and version usage

Apache Maven is a software project management and comprehension tool. Based on the concept of a project object model (POM), Maven can manage a project’s build, reporting and documentation from a central piece of information.  807 more words


Stasis Request Form

MegaCorp Industries, Technology Process Technology Department (TPT) 244 more words


Using GitHub Two Factor Authentication (2FA) with TeamCity

If you have two factor authentication (2FA) set up in GitHub and you also want to use TeamCity, the easiest way to set this up is to set up SSH keys to access the GitHub repository. 192 more words

Software Development

Iteration 0

Now that we have a very good idea about what app X is all about, we can finally start writing tests and implementing functionalities. We feel very good because we are a modern agile team, with TDD, pair programming, CI, even Kanban!  569 more words