Systems | Development | Analytics | API | Testing

July 2022


Starting an API-First Company

You’ve developed an amazing API product. Fantastic. But that’s just the beginning of your journey. Starting an API-first company brings with it a whole host of unique challenges for you to face along the way. Based on Moesif’s own experience of founding an API-first company, we’ve shared some insights below to help you avoid some of the pitfalls and make the most of the opportunities that lie before you. “API-first” can mean different things to different people.

1 year ago we were acquired. Here's what happened next. (k6 Office Hours #58)

In June 2021, CEO Raj Dutt announced that k6 had become part of the Grafana Labs family, and the year that followed has been replete with changes in features, organizational structure, and overall culture within the k6 team. In this video, Nicole van der Hoeven and Paul Balogh reflect on everything that's happened in the last year and how k6 has fared 1 year after the acquisition.

Is your app crashing on TestFlight? Issues and potential solutions

For more details on each of the points, read the article below. After successfully building and testing your iOS app on Codemagic, you may want to upload the build to TestFlight or App Store. Sometimes, you may face a crash that did not happen locally but only when you release the app to your users, either on TestFlight or App Store, making it difficult for you to understand the core problem behind the crash.


5 Signs of a Rookie Mistake in Data Management

This is a guest post by Bill Inmon, an American computer scientist. Many industry leaders recognize him as the father of the data warehouse. Inmon authored the first book, held the first conference, and wrote the first magazine column on data warehousing. He currently focuses on developing the revolutionary technology known as textual ETL.


What Are The Forecasting Best Practices Of Transformation Leaders?

Finance leaders are facing the most turbulent trading conditions for more than a generation. The odds of recession are rising, US inflation has hit a 40-year peak, the “Great Resignation” has denied organisations the people they urgently need to go to market, stock markets have slumped, exchange rates are beyond volatile and, although abating, there is still the threat of a fresh round of Covid. Forecasting business performance has never been so challenging.


Cover Your Bases with BitBar

Releasing high-quality products is crucial for developers and QA teams. At SmartBear, we’re always looking for ways to improve the software development lifecycle. We want to help developers and QA teams make the best use of their time before releasing products. Testing web or mobile applications ensures rich, robust functionality. With BitBar, your application works.

Appian 22.3 Product Announcement Webinar

Appian is excited to announce the release of Appian 22.3! Join Malcolm Ross, VP of Product and Deputy CTO, as well as experts from our Product Management team, as they walk you through the latest platform features and enhancements. Appian 22.3 strengthens your data capabilities, enhances automation, and delivers customized experiences for all users, including those outside of your organization.

Parallelize build, tests and accelerate feedback loops with Build Pipelines Webinar

Do you ever just want to… speed up your builds? In an effort to continuously improve build speed on Bitrise, we’ve just introduced Built Pipelines in open beta so now you can build and test in parallel. Watch this webinar + Q&A to learn about the new feature, how to leverage it, and get the answers to the questions you may have. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below.

How to release Finance apps quickly and confidently with DevSecOps

Learn how to release better and more secure finance apps rapidly, by applying security measures and moving to shift-left testing in the DevOps cycles. Thank you for watching! Please feel free to comment your thoughts below. Build better mobile applications, faster! Save time, money, and developer frustration with fast, flexible, and scalable mobile CI/CD that just works.

Commands: Debug and Property Update

The support of remote issue observation, investigation and possibly resolution is a powerful new feature of Edge Flow Manager. This video shows a case where the user observes a problem via the Agent Manager UI, is able to collect additional information using the Debug Command which provides configuration, property and logs from the observed agent and in this particular case is able to resolve the issue by using the Property Update Command to reconfigure the agent remotely.