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Getting Started with WooCommerce: A Guide for New Users

Many of today's up-and-coming entrepreneurs choose to start out on online selling platforms and social media marketplaces. But for someone who heads a small- or medium-sized enterprise (SME) or startup, building a dedicated e-commerce website is the next logical step if the goal is to strengthen the company's brand and achieve a higher level of credibility in the market.

GitKraken CLI Complete Guide: Elevate Your Git Collaboration Experience

Software developers need efficient tools that facilitate collaborative development without taking you out of the zone. The CLI, or command line interface, is a developer favorite for its ease of use, quick access, and versatility. GitKraken’s CLI is specifically tailored for Git operations, enhancing the traditional command line experience with its user-friendly commands and integrations, making Git tasks simpler and more efficient.


How to Combine Speed and Trust in Enterprise Software Development

Software development begins with code, which is then integrated, compiled, tested, and in the end distributed to users. This is often the secret sauce of innovation that organizations must protect to keep their competitive edge. With the software application development market growing at almost 30% per year and the average project taking just 4-6 months to complete – and trending downwards – the result is more software to develop and constant pressure to release it as fast as possible.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Web App with Node.js

Node.js, a prominent technology in web app programming, boasts a notable standing in the realm of software development. Originating as a key tool for frontend web development, it has expanded its reach as a significant cross-platform mobile development technology. It serves as the foundational technology for several platforms like Apache Cordova/PhoneGap, React Native, NativeScript, and Appcelerator Titanium.

Innovate and Thrive: Unleashing the Power of Business Software Development

In the dynamic landscape of modern commerce, businesses are constantly seeking innovative solutions to stay competitive and meet the ever-evolving demands of the market. At the forefront of this technological revolution are business software development companies, the architects behind the digital tools that empower organizations to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and drive unprecedented growth.

The only way to measure developer productivity without causing a revolt

In an article titled The Worst Programmer I Know, Dan North, the creator of behavior-driven development, writes about a nearly fired developer he saved from the unemployment line. This developer consistently delivered zero story points, even though delivered story points was the primary metric for developer productivity at their (unnamed) software consultancy.

Understanding Software Development Sprint Health With Backlog View in Team Insights for Jira

When you view your Backlog in Jira, how easy is it to understand which issues are off track and at risk of missing deadlines? How do you know how ‘in progress’ an In Progress issue is? Can you quickly scan to see if there’s real activity on it? Imagine if sprint and issue data was presented in a way that made it easy to spot risks and make adjustments. Learn how the new Backlog view in Team Insights for Jira (from @GitKraken) makes it easy to.

7 Most Common Pitfalls When Choosing the Right Internal Developer Platform

Selecting the right Internal Developer Platform (IDP) is a critical decision that shapes the effectiveness of your software development team. An IDP empowers developers with the tools and environments necessary for efficient coding, testing, and deployment, resulting in a streamlined development workflow. However, a poor choice can lead to substantial setbacks, reducing productivity and overall business efficiency.


What Do Developers Need to Know About Kubernetes, Anyway?

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: you just pushed and deployed your latest change to production, and it’s rolling out to your Kubernetes cluster. You sip your coffee as you wrap up some documentation when a ping in the ops channel catches your eye—a sales engineer is complaining that the demo environment is slow. Probably nothing to worry about, not like your changes had anything to do with that… but, minutes later, more alerts start to fire off.


Software Development Life Cycle: Day 1 Best Practices

Welcome to Day 1 of the software development life cycle — what now? We’ve already covered Day 0 server provisioning, and you should be ready to start writing code that will support your DevOps initiatives and make your life easier …or are you? Put some of our wisdom and experience at work for Day 1 of the software life cycle, and make sure you’re fully prepared to handle common pitfalls and problems that can become ongoing issues for Day 2.