Over the last decade, DevOps has transformed the software development landscape. The practice has led to development teams and IT operations working together to produce software faster. DevSecOps takes DevOps to the next level. In traditional software development, security teams got involved around the end of the development process, nearer to deployment. In a DevSecOps practice, the security tasks are prioritized from the start. It strengthens the DevOps process to create more secure and robust software.
I’ve seen many developers and articles blaming the Model-View Controller architecture for many, if not all, of the troubles that are brought up in the iOS community.
Today, I offer a few alternate views and approaches to this issue. Moreover, we also explore a few techniques/guidelines that can reshape the concepts of MVC as well as project management in general.
Data is everywhere – flowing through all organizations like an untapped digital resource. Although this has always been the case, we are now living in an age where analyzing the right dataset can do wonders for a business.
Transitioning to an agile enterprise makes sense for any business that hopes to remain competitive today. So of course, continuous delivery is a critical part of any organization. Not only does it enhance the accuracy and speed of software development at scale, but it also allows you to react to any market, technology and management changes that may occur during the course of software development.