Apr 9, 2019 | By David Swersky
Applications have, traditionally, been developed as “monoliths.” This term describes how application code is compiled and delivered. Monoliths are compiled and/or packaged into a single binary, or a bundle of code, and deployed as a single unit. That single unit contains hundreds, sometimes thousands of lines of code. The functionality packed into that deployable artefact is most, if not all, of the functions of the application.
Apr 9, 2019 | By Dave Swersky
Chances are, you’ve had a difficult job with a difficult boss. In such a job, the environment isn’t just unpleasant, it’s demoralizing and depressing. The culture of such a team, or even an entire company, has an enormous impact on the health and wellness of its employees. You may not have been aware of it at the time, but your difficult boss was very likely dealing with the same situation. Difficult bosses often have even more demanding, difficult bosses.
Mar 20, 2019 | By Anna Monus
Native app development is the creation of software programs that run on specific devices and platforms. You can build native apps for desktops, smart TVs, and all kinds of gadgets, the most popular target devices are smartphones. According to IDC’s 2018 data, Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS operating systems have squeezed all other mobile OSs out of the market during 2018. So going forward into 2019, native mobile app development is all about building native apps for Android and iOS devices.
Mar 12, 2019 | By Sylvia Fronczak
At some point in our careers, many of us have found ourselves working on a project that requires performance tuning. The need to write high performance .NET code should come from performance issues or business needs. Today, we’ll take a look at just a few of the ways we can improve our .NET application’s performance. And hopefully, you’ll take away something that you can use on your current and future products.
Apr 5, 2019 | By Raygun
You've initiated a digital transformation (DX) strategy in your company, and your software team is onboard for the changes that you'll be making to software and processes. But how can you manage and observe the effect of your DX process on your customers and how they experience your software?
Jan 28, 2019 | By Raygun
Discover how modern APM is helping software teams globally gain deeper insights into how their applications are performing in production environments, and how faster MTTR (Mean Time To Resolution) is easily within reach.
Oct 21, 2018 | By Raygun
Learn how teams are revolutionizing the way they build and maintain their applications with this free software intelligence ebook.
Mar 19, 2019 | By Raygun
Join Matt Byers & John-Daniel Trask in a session about writing high performance .NET code. They'll be exploring a mixture of both high level "code smells" that impact performance, as well as lower-level enhancements you can make to your code to make it blazingly fast for your users.
Nov 6, 2018 | By Raygun
Application Performance Monitoring (APM) might be a crowded category, but teams still struggle to gain complete clarity over performance issues affecting their users. Mainly due to their current APM tool offering a few clues, but no actual answers.
Sep 18, 2018 | By Raygun
Unlock your biggest app performance bottlenecks with all new Raygun APM. Get unparalleled detail on traces presented in an intuitive UI - not high-level charts buried under a pile of data.
Sep 11, 2018 | By Raygun
Sometimes it's hard to balance product delivery deadlines with tackling technical debt, or quickly build features whilst maintaining code quality. In this webinar we'll discuss some of the challenges product managers and developers face when building software at speed within development teams.
Aug 1, 2018 | By Raygun
Hear how error tracking in production environments can give teams far better visibility into issues users experience. See best practices to diagnose issues with greater speed and accuracy as opposed to traditional debugging methods. If you want to spend more time coding and less time fixing bugs, you need Raygun!