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Lexington Soft Partners With DefenseCode to Bridge the Gap Between Security and DevOps

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India:  Lexington Soft Pvt. Ltd., has been appointed as a best-in-class enterprise software products and software development tools, to represent DefenseCode across South East Asia. DefenseCode offers two licensed solutions: Its flagship product, ThunderScan® is a SAST (Static Application Security Testing, WhiteBox Testing) solution for performing deep and extensive security analysis of …

Kiuwan cybersecurity tool

Cybersecurity: How Safe are Voice Assistants?

Thursday, June 04, 2020

This new age in Artificial Intelligence is fascinating- and terrifying too. From ubiquitous digital assistants like Siri and Alexa to usage on factory floors, the impact of AI is by all means dizzying. Your cell phone mostly features a voice assistant. At best, Apple’s Siri- for instance- may seem like a “naïve” helper that can check weather …

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10 Do’s of DevOps Webinar with Gene Kim: Key Technical Practices

Thursday, May 14, 2020

This blog post was originally posted at https://electric-cloud.com/blog/technical-practices-devops/ This month we hosted Gene Kim, co-author of The Phoenix Project and other great DevOps books, and our own Anders Wallgren, CTO of Electric Cloud, for a webinar discussion focused on key technical practices for DevOps. But why focus on technical practices? DevOps isn’t about tools – it’s about …

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DevOps and Testing Software Architecture

Thursday, March 05, 2020

Forbes Magazine famously wrote that “Every Company is a Software Company.” Your company must become more responsive and agile using software and technology. And if the software doesn’t work or gives customers a bad experience, it can lead to lost revenue. This has led to the DevOps phenomenon, which is speeding up deployment of software …

Automate API testing

Reasons NOT to Refactor your code

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Last week I wrote about the reasons to refactor code. Let us now look at some reasons why you shouldn’t refactor code. When dealing with legacy code there will always be a temptation to refactor the code to improve its understand-ability or performance. However, here are some reasons why it might be better to hold off: 1. …

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Four Reasons to Refactor your Code

Thursday, February 13, 2020

1. Maintenance is easier Legacy code architecture erodes over time and becomes difficult to maintain. Legacy code bugs are harder to find and fix. Testing any changes in legacy code takes longer. Even small changes can inadvertently break the application because over time the design has been extended to accommodate new features and the code …

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Incongruent Organizational Design and Misaligned Incentives: 7 Deadly Diseases of DevOps

Thursday, February 06, 2020

We continue our seven-part blog series as we explore “Misalignment of Incentives” and “Incongruent Organizational Design” and how they are hindering IT organizational success. Misalignment of incentives has to do with siloed teams within an organization working towards different goals or incentives. When every team in an organization is trying to deliver software in their …