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DevOps World Keynote Speaker Dr. Anne Marie Imafidon, the founder and CEO of social enterprise Stemettes, discusses her journey from child prodigy to tech leader advocating for young women in tech.
Tim Johnson of CloudBees shares that in order to keep software secure, you can't stop at shifting security left. Organizations must shift security everwhere, from the code that makes it up, to the pipelines that deliver it. Read this blog to learn more about our take on DevSecOps.
Philanthropic foundations donate $75 billion per year to nonprofits on the front lines. Yet in this time of urgency, outdated systems for managing grants slow everyone down and miss potential connections. Fluxx CEO Madeline Duva explains how their software brings foundations and nonprofits together to get the right money into the right hands at the right time.
Maria Schwenger of American Family Insurance describes the role artificial intelligence and machine learning have in the future of DevSecOps.
A recent webinar featuring CloudBees and WhiteSource executives discussed why and how companies should implement continuous security throughout the DevOps pipeline. Read this blog to learn how your organization can move from DevOps to DevSecOps.
The ability to predict demand surges and slumps in demand in real time has gone from an efficiency-booster to a necessity in a pandemic world, for everything from Uber drivers to the food supply. PredictHQ founder Campbell Brown explains how timely data–from protests to paydays–can be crunched to forecast sudden shifts in demand.
Read a preview of DevOps Radio Episode 82. We hear from Chad Wathington, chief strategy officer at ThoughtWorks, a global consultancy helping companies make digital transformation a reality.
At CloudBees, we believe in open source and the freedom of innovation it offers to anyone that wants to contribute to or receive value from it. Open source is in our DNA.
Tech Matters CEO Jim Fruchterman is a serial Silicon Valley success. But he long ago learned that many life-changing technologies can’t build the billion-dollar companies that VCs must deliver. For 30 years now, Jim has devoted himself to bringing tech startup thinking and leading edge tech to nonprofit work. This year’s lockdowns have made some of these tech innovations life-and-death essential.
As the director of ecosystem and community development for the Continuous Delivery Foundation, Jacqueline Salinas is a prominent advocate for the power of diversity in the open source community.
What if you could donate to a nonprofit whose boots are on the ground right where they’re most needed? You can, thanks to Tess Gadwa’s GivingMap.org, whose software visualizes the latest John Hopkins geographic data on the pandemic, and links to Charity Navigator to identify and donate to reputable organizations.
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