Welcome to the latest edition of Meet the Bees - a series of blog posts dedicated to getting to know the bees better. In this blog post, we are catching up with Saskia Webster-Zazzi, events project manager.
Learn how CloudBees Engineering Efficiency helped a senior engineering leader at CloudBees identify a bottleneck in development, find the right improvement and recover the team's velocity.
Last year was a wild ride, including for all of us in DevOps. Will the craziness continue this year? CloudBees asked leading industry analysts for their predictions.
Ellen Chisa built a new programming language and co-founded a company called Dark, which helps developers write software faster with fewer distractions. She shares how her own career shaped the idea for Dark in this blog post.
The DevOps Dozen awards recognize the best of the best in DevOps across 24 categories. In this post, we congratulate Fidelity Investments’ Enterprise Cloud Computing group for winning the Best DevOps Transformation of 2020.
I am tremendously excited to be joining the team at CloudBees, as announced today! I am also humbled by and respectful of the trust and confidence placed in me by Sacha, our board, our investors and all of our team members around the globe.
I’m super excited to announce that Stephen DeWitt is the new CEO of CloudBees. Stephen comes from a distinguished background in technology and has been spotted by, recruited for and reported to some of the best leaders in our industry, including the CEOs of Symantec, Cisco and HP.
What is event-driven integration and how does it help create better software development outcomes? VMware's James Urquhart explains.
Learn when to use feature flags, where to keep them, how to make them changeable, and how to pick the best method for what you have at hand.
This blog post on DevOps best practices discusses the importance of opinionated software. Learn how it can help drive a successful DevOps transformation.
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