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Shannon Lietz

<— Shifting Security to the Left

<— Shifting Security to the Left

Software is assembled from many component parts to quickly address customer needs.  The end-to-end process of delivering value through software starts with ideation and ends with a finished product or service that significantly improves the lives of its customers.  Some depict the Software Supply Chain from right to left enumerating the Continuous Delivery of software

DevOpsDays Boston

DevOps Leadership Series: Boston Common

DevOps is coming, DevOps is coming!  You could hear the rallying cry around the city of Boston on September 15th and 16th.  This is when the DevOps Leadership Series crew headed up north to attend DevOps Days Boston.   We first caught up with Beno Chapman (@BenoChapman), release engineering leader at Constant Contact.  Beno shared,

Taking over the World

Rework is Choking Software (2015 State of the Software Supply Chain Report)

Rework is Hell “Software may be eating the world, but rework is choking software”, tweeted John Jeremiah (@j_jeremiah).  To shed more light on what is choking software, new data was released last week in the 2015 State of the Software Supply Chain Report. In its discussion of application quality and integrity, the report revealed that

DevOps Connect - RSAC 2015

DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Edition, 10+ Hours of Video Available

At RSA Conference, April 2015, a new track and day was added exclusively for DevOps. We’ve got video of all sessions from that day for our community members. Preview of the 10+ hours of recordings… View All 14 Videos DevOps Connect was co-produced by DevOps.com and Sonatype, through the Nexus Community Project. The day started with a keynote

Author, Mike Hansen

Software Supply Chain Automation

  “Software supply chain automation will unleash the next level of application development and operational efficiency, driving extraordinary increases in innovation, productivity and cost savings while enabling far greater control of risk.” — Mike Hansen Sometimes intentionally and other times not, software development has borrowed much from the learnings of Toyota.  However, we still have

Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse

Talking the Talk – Focus on Goals, not Best Practices (Part 2)

by Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse In our last blog post, we discussed how it’s better to set process goals versus best practices across teams in your organization.  We’d like to continue that thought by discussing another goal we set for our distributed teams: Talking Daily.  This goal definitely aligns with principles of the Agile

Author, Jeffry Hesse

How Remote Is Remote? More Argentino Than Human (Part 2)

This is a two part series on how Jeffry Hesse tested the boundaries of working remotely. Read Part 1 here. UPDATE: Since originally publishing these articles, our Agile Gaucho Jeffry was interviewed by Lisette Sutherland in more detail about working remotely for Sonatype. The interview spans the subjects of work-life balance, how we self organize

Author, Jamie WhiteHouse

Why do code reviews?

This article is part of a continuing series from the engineering team, talking about the process and tools they use in the distributed work environment. TheNEXUS Community members have immediate access to the live online videos recorded for this series. Why Do Code Reviews? There is a lot of literature on the value of code

Author, Mike Hansen

Inside the Sonatype Engineering Machine – The Process and the Tooling [VIDEO]

Mike Hansen, the head of products for Sonatype, rounded up the engineering team for a series of recorded broadcasts that talk about the distributed work environment  at Sonatype. The discussion centers around how the team works together in a virtual environment, the tools that are used to communicate and how working relationships are formed during the process. TheNEXUS

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