What is the main activity of developers? Waiting. What sounds like a bad joke is unfortunately not. The reality is that developers always have to wait for things - for example for the local build.
Long build times lead to high costs.But how high are the costs exactly?
Developers work in development environments. This is where they write code, test and debug. In practice, however, there's a problem: the local operation of the software to be developed is costly and the management of dependencies is tedious and maintenance-intensive.
Source code security is critical to protecting software from malicious attacks and security breaches. Fortunately, powerful tools are available to detect potential vulnerabilities.
Stolen laptops and data theft are a horror scenario for companies. That means: Loss of source code, sensible data and the possibility of a leak.How do Remote Development Environments help to prevent the theft of source code in case of a laptop theft?
If the code is stolen or leaked, this can lead to massive damage for companies. How can the source code be protected?
Remote Development Environments (RDEs) are in vogue. But what can you expect from RDEs? We present 5 companies and their results in this blog post.
Docker and containers in general have become indispensable in modern software development. Containers are also often used locally to avoid problems with the local development environment and the operation of the software to be developed. However, this brings new challenges. In this blog post we describe why containers are a first step in the right direction, but don’t solve all the problems.
One of the most complex aspects of development environments is that the software to be developed should itself be part of the development environment. Many companies therefore place high hopes in automated CI/CD pipelines: these enable the software to be developed to be installed on a remote server via an automated process. This often leads to the expectation that running the software to be developed locally will become obsolete. Is this correct?