The subject of security in the area of software development is an important one, as there are a number of different challenges that face developers trying to develop more secure software. Listen to the episode to hear what Steve Feldman has to say on the subject of security in software development.
Rob founded Chocolatey to make it easier for developers and system administrators to install software on Windows. Unlike Linux, Windows lacked a real package management system. Rob adapted the nuget package system for .NET to work for Windows packages.
Matt & Corey discuss how developers can go from writing code to doing other things in their careers. Corey discusses his journey as an accomplished speaker, Pluralsight author, and consultant around React.
Matt and Jason discuss Stackify's free developer tool, Prefix. Launched 18 months ago, it has now been downloaded by 20,000 developers in 140 countries. Prefix helps developers find and fix bugs in their code while they are writing it.
How does DevOps relate to small development teams? Stackify doesn't have an IT operations team. Do we still have a DevOps culture? Matt & Jason discuss how Stackify's development team monitors and manages Microsoft Azure.
Matt Watson and Jason Taylor discuss what Stackify does and the benefits it provides for developers. Stackify's application performance monitoring solution helps developers monitor the performance of their applications in a world where servers are becoming more and more irrelevant.