February 19, 2015
Heavybit Winter Show & Tell
Heavybit's Show & Tell is an ongoing quarterly event that allows a selection of our 22 member companies a chance to showcase what they'r...
The Dev Tools Digest collects news and content from around the developer community. This week, Stripe Atlas expands to Cuba, Docker announces a beta, and CircleCI releases an update for OS X. Also included, the Takipi blog compares APM services and Treasure Data gives a recap of the Great Wide Open Conference.
Docker turns three this week, and to celebrate the company has announced a beta program for Docker for Mac and Windows. Named improvements for the Docker Toolbox include the phasing out of VirtualBox, with native user interfaces and system integrations for Windows and OSX.
Stripe announced its global payment system, Atlas, last month. This week, Stripe will add its 186th participating country, Cuba. A recent post details how eased restrictions between the U.S. and Cuba have paved way for new international business that Stripe aims to support.
The folks at software analytics company Takipi have put together a side-by-side comparison of two popular enterprise-level application performance monitoring services: AppDynamics and Dynatrace. Some key differences between the two APM services include ease of deployment, pricing transparency, and modernization. You can read the full article on the Takipi blog.
In a post titled “Bias Busting: It’s About Tracking Data and Being Deliberate,” Heavybit interviewsParadigm CEO and cofounder Joelle Emerson. Emerson shares her insights from having worked with companies including Slack, Airbnb and Pinterest. To continue the conversation on how biases may affect your company, check out a discussion on unconscious bias at Heavybit’s clubhouse on Tuesday, March 29. To participate, use the RSVP password “inclusion-hb.”
In this week’s To Be Continuous podcast, CircleCI founder Paul Biggar talks with LaunchDarkly CEO Edith Harbaugh about Biggar’s blog post “It’s The Future,” a humorous take on the evolution of microservices.
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