At its core, DevOps is a set of practices that automate software development processes in order to build, test, release, and manage workloads faster and more reliably. We break DevOps into five main areas: Automation, Cloud-Native, Culture, Security, and Observability.
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Can voice UI (VUI) move past our daily virtual experiences and integrate deeper into our real-life ones as well? In some cases, it already is and will increasingly find its way into many companies’ technology plans — and for good reason.
When MentorMate founder Björn Stansvik left his native Gothenburg for the U.S. to get his tech startup off the ground, he knew he’d eventually return home. Now, with a MentorMate office in Gothenburg’s stunning AstraZeneca BioVentureHub, he’s done just that.
MentorMate has a team of technologists dedicated to product support and maintenance. Our Continuation Engineering staff covers the range of technologies we develop with and the production environments we deploy our clients’ products on.
In this blog, we’ll examine the main differences in the way React and Vue work and the core ideas behind them. Our intention is not to make comparisons of each technology’s popularity, job prospects, or documentation. Rather, we’ll compare them from a technical perspective.
Cloud-first or cloud-native solutions will eventually affect all of us in every technical role we have. Getting cloud certified offers a glimpse into what your career will be like in 5 years when all of this is the new normal, whether it is AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.
Blazor is an HTML framework in the same vein as Angular, React, and Vue. It’s used for rendering .NET on the client side and runs under WebAssembly. It offers all the benefits of a modern front-end framework while working entirely in C#.