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How to Improve Your Software Release Management Process

Dori Exterman /

Tips from a VP R&D who also manages the release management pipeline

Knowledge comes from experience, as most of you would likely agree. Today, I’m a CTO, but I put in the legwork, starting my career as a software engineer before moving to manage both development/QA teams and the release management pipeline. Throughout my career, I’ve worked on hundreds of projects, some with poor software release processes—even no process at all—and others with well-defined release pipelines. In this blog post, I’d like to share with you some of the practices that may be harming your software release process. Don’t worry, I’m also going to let you in on how to get the release process right. But first, let’s talk about software delivery. (more…)

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5 Signs that your C++ build times are too slow!

Renana Dar /

From my experience as a human being, people don’t always understand the real reasons behind the way they tackle their daily tasks. They also don’t…

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20 Essential Game Industry Events of 2020

Sharon Solomon /

“You have to be in the right place at the right time”. This saying is definitely valid when it comes to picking the right conference…

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Why Moving your CI/CD to the Cloud is Something you should REALLY Consider

Israel Rogoza /

In the last few years, agility and speed have become the most critical aspect in product development. In today’s fast-paced market, time isn’t just money;…

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Top 7 Gaming Engines You Should Consider for 2020

Sharon Solomon /

Gaming has been a big business for decades, and it’s showing no signs of stopping. This market is expected to be worth over 138 billion…

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Top 10 C++ Experts You Need to Follow on Twitter

Sharon Solomon /

Whether you’re a newbie or an old-timer in the world of C++ programming, Twitter is a great place to connect and communicate with some of…

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