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Even though Dynamics 365 was not specifically designed for the SMB customer, we engage with those SMB customers on a daily basis, who are still interested in Microsoft’s Customer Engagement offering. Most of these conversations start with an explanation of the terms and concepts ...
In this article, I’ll show you aone of the RxJS operators for error handling – the catch() operator. The previous articles in this series include: 1. Basic Terms 2. Operators map, filter, and reduce 3.… More
I started doing SharePoint Conference readiness checklists back at SPC11 and I wanted to update it for Ignite 2017.   This list may look similar to previous lists, but I have made lots of updates and additions.What to pack:Chargers / Power Supplies – I remember when I went to...
We are planning a lot of MongoDB User Groups (MUGs) for the next few months. Eleven in total. We will be covering schema design, the upcoming 3.6 release of MongoDB, and a host of other topics. At the Munich and London events, Amadeus, one of the world’s largest travel technology comp...
In the previous article of this series you’ve seen some RxJS operator, and in this article I’ll show you how to create an Observable using the method create() and how an observable can send messages… More
In the previous article, I introduced the main players or RxJS, and now let’s start getting familiar with RxJS operators. In this article well use the operators map(), filter(), and reduce(). As the data elements… More
When talking to clients about their business goals, most business executives are pretty clear as to what they want to accomplish, such as reducing customer churn or reducing inventory costs or improving quality of care or improving product line profitability. But these “one dimensional...
Each year, a San Diego-based company releases its product up to 45 times. The company develops several new releases concurrently and, as you would expect, each […]
Most of the wine distributors in the United States use specially designed order management systems in their day-to-day operations. These order management systems are used by sales reps on the field, processing daily orders for wine, beer and spirits. Using an iPad, iPhone, or PC, sales...
We left Arcotel Castellani early after breakfast around 8:00 AM in our bus. It takes just 30 or 40 minutes to reach Berchtesgaden in Bavaria, a mere 16.6 miles from Salzburg. This area is famous for its salt deposits and provided a rich commodity and a source of revenue for the people ...
Wolfgang Beer, Technical Product Manager at Dynatrace, co-wrote this article. Microservices can be game-changing if, as Martin Fowler says and Adam Drake explains, you have rapid provisioning, basic monitoring, and rapid deployment already in place. And when microservices meet containe...
Dynatrace Detroit is home to hundreds of employees whose responsibilities range from engineering to finance, to customer service, and everything else in-between. Our new home is 2000 Brush St. Suite 501, Detroit MI! Local Detroiters may know Dynatrace as a former business unit of the m...
Cage Data, a DevOps consulting firm and Managed Service Provider (MSP), helps clients like Charter Oak Financial Group and Bio-Techne build product delivery processes that rival the likes of fast-moving tech companies. Based in Wallingford, CT, right near the insurance capital of Hartf...
Over the last several years, the term “reactive programming” became popular in many programming languages. Reactive Manifesto was published although it gives a rather generic definition of reactive systems http://www.reactivemanifesto.org. Yes, an app should response…...
Okay, I am weird (tell me something that I don’t know, say most of my friends). For Christmas I wanted a Nike Apple Watch to go with my existing FitBit and Garmin fitness trackers (I look sort of like a cyborg in the photo below…which is always cool).
Back in 2014, while I was working for BuzzFeed, the CTO asked if I wanted to head to MongoDB World. I had some basic understanding of MongoDB and how it made the lives easier for those who studied the information captured when users visited the BuzzFeed website, but that was it. I’ve ...
TSA Holiday Travel Tips for a busy season For an easier holiday travel experience, make sure to check that list once – and check it twice, because the airports are expected to be just as busy as ever this season. That’s why we’ve got some TSA holiday travel tips for you. “T...
A Christmas Story ...
 ViennaIt was free day for those who wanted to explore more of Vienna. We opted to take the Danube river cruise. We went from Vienna to Dürnstein, after about an hour or more bus ride. We did some sightseeing of this town with the blue church over the hill and 16th century residen...
I sat nervously at the top of the mountain with a snowboard, staring down a double black diamond that seemed to trail off into nowhere. The icy wind biting at my face as I grit my teeth and reminded myself that, “speed is my friend.”... The post Double Diamonds Aren’t Just for th...
Joel Newton is a Senior DevOps System Engineer at SpringCM, a current DevCentral MVP and DevCentral’s Featured Member for August! SpringCM believes in leveraging technology to deliver immediate savings by automating and accelerating business processes – essentially, bringing the power ...
Cisco Live is one of the biggest technology conferences of the year and it’s kicking off this upcoming Monday. We’re extremely excited to spend several action-packed days networking with incredible customers, technology professionals, and experts, and to share incident management best ...
Our event in Denver was both educational & fun…and the current plan is to make even more magic happen in Seattle. To start with, our DevOps Roadtrip Seattle gathering is taking place at one of the most iconic landmarks in the Pacific Northwest – the Space Needle. Join u...
Every technology market has a set of questions that is good to have on hand when you look at the products that serve the market. This is true of every space I’ve worked in, and true with every vendor I’ve worked for. The key is that there are not golden answers to most of these questio...
Every technology market has a set of questions that is good to have on hand when you look at the products that serve the market..
Elon Musk recently announced the Tesla Model 3, a sub-$40k, 5-seat plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) with a ~200-mile range that is well positioned to change the world. It should be available sometime in late 2017. As of this writing, the company has received over 325,000 deposits ($1,000...
This is exciting news. Like, really exciting. We’ve been reading the DevOps Weekly newsletter for years now. It’s obvious how much work Gareth puts into the newsletter, curating the content himself and including an awesome mix of technical and high-level articles. Everything from confe...
Many years ago, I wrote a blog that aimed to help organizations evaluate open source projects in terms of enterprise suitability. That blog was lost.
One of the many things we love about being located in Boulder is the crazy amount of craft brew available within a stone’s throw of our office. While it can be dangerous at times (cough, cough, Stout Month, cough, cough), it also provides us with ample opportunities for inspirati...
When it comes to our release notes, we started with beer but have moved on to many other delicious beverages. Like bourbon. Read on to see why Pappy would be especially pleased with this release… What’s included in this release: Billing Admin: VictorOps customers that are n...
Picobrewing, ehanging, ringing, robotouring, and telekinetic powers in the physical,... The post The Top 10 Things at CES 2016 originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
With today’s DevOps and “Continuous Everything” initiatives, teams need the ability to assess the risks associated with a release candidate—instantly and continuously. Maybe that's why 2015 seemed to be all about Continuous Testing, from conferences, to analyst research, to...
Sands, Halls A-C - 72351 (Robotics Marketplace) The post Picobrew Inc. originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
So much happened this year – growth of our company, accelerated innovation of our product and continued customer (acquisition &) satisfaction. There are a lot of emotions wrapped up in 2015, so I’m going to borrow a page from the book of Quick Left (thank you friends!) ...
Full Length of Admiral in Top QualityNow you can play full Admiral in top video format with duration 130 Min and has been launched in 2015-01-26 and MPAA rating is 13.Original Title : Michiel de RuyterMovie title in your country : AdmiralYear of movie : 2015Genres of movie : History, A...
Although not named after craft beer or good Scotch, we’re still very excited about this release and cannot wait to introduce you. Please meet Steve. We’re pretty sure that once you see what we’ve included in this release, you’ll be jumping for joy as well. 11.18...
Impact Gives Way to Conflict and Shock Value When Determining What’s Newsworthy News is constantly changing and the factors that determine newsworthiness constantly evolve as well. The changes in what is defined as news and how that information is presented are primarily driven b...
Datameer kicked off their first Big Data & Brews on the East Coast at Strata + Hadoop World New York. Datameer sat down with Tony Baer, principle analyst at Ovum Research, to discuss where Spark fits into the Hadoop ecosystem. Watch Part 1 of Big Data & Brews with Tony Baer her...
Apple's iOS 9 (the new iPhone operating system) contains a very special feature that enables third-party app developers to develop Ad Blocking tools. These tools, which have been around for PC-based web browsers for years, are probably better described as "content blocking" because the...
There is little in life I enjoy more than socializing with my tech friends and learning about what’s new in the industry. That being said, this scenario can be improved if you throw in a few pints of really delicious craft beer.Yes, I’m one of ‘those’ people, a craft beer snob, and pro...