January 8, 2018
DevGuild: Pricing Strategy – Pricing A New Product: Adventures in Research & Rollouts
Watch as this panel of experts from PagerDuty, Atlassian and RedisLabs discusses the research methodologies, packaging techniques, and stake...
In this week’s Dev Tools Digest, Citus Data announces Citus 5.2 as well as the end-date for PGConf early bird tickets, Keen IO plans an awesome diversity & inclusion event, Gradle will teach a class at DroidCon, and new features from Runscope.
PGConf Silicon Valley 2016 Early Bird sales end 9/30, get your tickets today! Citus Data also announced the availability of Citus 5.2. This release focuses on making it easier than ever to start small and scale out your database exactly when you need more performance. Read the full release on the Citus Data blog.
Heavybit member Keen IO is hosting a Diversity & Inclusion event next Tuesday, Sep. 13th at their SoMa headquarters. Valeria Aurora will give a talk explaining why we should focus on changing the behavior of allies instead of targets of oppression. RSVP today.
Hans Dockter, Founder and CEO of Heavybit member company Gradle Inc. will be teaching a class at the upcoming DroidCon NYC 2016. The class will provide a deep dive into the Gradle-based android build system, including overviews of recent updates to Gradle that can give you massive performance increases. Buy your tickets today.
Runscope announced the new ability to sign into Runscope using your Google Apps credentials and security settings (like 2FA). Google Apps SSO requires a qualifying plan, which you can contact Runscope about directly.
Fred Stevens-Smith, CEO of Rainforest QA, gave a fantastic Speaker Series presentation titled Things I Have Learned About Sales So Far. Check out our Events page to RSVP for upcoming developer focused events.
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