Email: whether it's for idle gossip, chain mail, or company communication; everyone uses it. Google is definitely one of the largest providers of the service, and it's really easy to see why.
At Fenway, I've used Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code to create web applications using the MERN stack, but with all of the functionality VS Code provides, it is capable of supporting a wide variety of technology stacks. What exactly is Visual Studio Code?
VS Code is a customizable, lightweight source code editor that feels like an IDE. It is exceptionally quick, meaning search results come back fast and there isn't any lag when switching between files and folders. It also has a fast start-up time compared to the traditional IDE.
Whether you're working in a small team or an enterprise level organization, if you want to increase productivity or just more effectively communicate in your team, Slack is the tool to use to increase connectivity to your co-workers.
We all hear the words, but never hear the definition. You see it on the walls of the office. You see it in the Mission Statements of companies. But what does it mean to be a Servant Leader? In my humble opinion, phrases like, “Don’t ask them to work harder than you will.”, “Don’t ask them to do what you won’t do.” and “Don’t sit in the ivory tower and direct when you won’t do.” don’t really cover it. Servant leadership is about being the last line of support to the organization. Servant leadership is about taking the time to teach your team to solve the problem.
The topic I am going to be discussing today is Trello. So what is Trello?
Trello is an organization tool that many people use to collaborate and complete tasks. It provides a visual board with cards that the user can move over to different columns in order to specify what state it is in. An example of this would be a “To Do” board, which would have cards with what needs to be done (EX: “Write a Blog” or “Create a Calendar Event”) and states to describe your progress (EX: “To Do”/ ”In Progress”/ and “Completed”).
DevOps's central goal is to create systems for Continuous Integration(CI) & Delivery(CD). I'll talk about CI tools in another blog, but for this one I'll focus on the most powerful tool used for CD, Opscode's Chef. Chef is a Ruby-based deployment and configuration tool used for applications at any scale. Chef creates a centralized server to distribute configurations and applications to nodes via scripts called recipes.
Say you've just started gathering statistics on your web servers. What do you do now? You may want to view your server's performance statistics, monitor user access, or visualize growth of sales of a new product. If you use big data, you should check out Splunk.
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