Yesterday the New York Times ran a story stating that TeamCity, a CI/CD tool from JetBrains, was implicated in the US hacking of 10 federal agencies that in turn affected 250+ organization networks.
Pro tip: Download this infographic listing the benefits of Continuous Delivery.
Join the CDF Party on December 15 to send off 2020 together!
Next week I have the honor of flying the open source & continuous delivery flag at DeveloperWeek New York.
This year’s report shares lots of findings, not just analysed data but also proposed fixes and paths forward. It focuses on 3 topics: security, change management and security
14% of cdCon attendees were women or non-binary! How did we do it?
I recently enjoyed reading Anton Weiss’ post “Let’s stop fooling ourselves. What we call CI/CD is actually only CI.” and it seemed to resonate with many of you too.
Dan was an inspiration and I will be ever grateful for all I have learned from him.
At the end of September, I wrote a blog called “We Need to Stop Using the Term CI/CD,” not to destroy something that you’re used to, but because I believe that CI/CD is a confusing and misleading term.
Let’s discuss how misguided the term CI/CD really is.