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The Dev Tools Digest features release announcements from Treasure Data and PagerDuty, with details on CircleCI at StackWorld 2016.
Treasure Data unveils a public beta for its data processing IDE that includes improved UI and navigation flows, all built in React.js. An announcement on the Treasure Data blog focuses on new database query functions such as a revamped autocomplete function, real-time results filters and the ability to preview data types while conducting queries.
CircleCI is part of the StackWorld 2016 conference that begins today in San Francisco. CircleCI CTO Rob Zuber is presenting his talk “Managing the Transition from Monolith to Microservices” tomorrow at 2 p.m. PDT. Visit this post for more information.
Heavybit introduces it’s newest member, Snyk. This team of open source security experts, based in both London and Tel Aviv, provides security solutions for companies including the BBC, Warby Parker and Macy’s.
In the latest episode of Don’t Make Me Code, guest Mikeal Rogers, Community Manager at the Node.js Foundation, discusses how to best grow communities around open source software.
Snyk seeks a Senior Back End Developer for its London offices. The role requires NodeJS skills to contribute to the API design of the company’s vulnerabilities monitoring service and lead its engineering methodology.
PagerDuty needs a Technical Support Engineer to provide technical customer service through multiple channels. The candidate will need to know Unix systems and tools in order to set up and integrate monitoring for PagerDuty while documenting the process.
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