Everything you need to deliver a better developer experience
Here’s a recap of updates and fixes released this month.
In this part of our developer experience series, we’re touching on communication and how teams can optimize their communication to improve that flow state.
Nothing scary here! Read up on latest features and updates from the month of October.
Software development teams are expected to move faster than ever. But with that speed comes an increased chance of error. That’s left companies wondering: how do you balance agility with quality? In this article, we’ll look at how you can use a service maturity framework to ensure a consistent level of quality across all software engineering teams in your organization.
You may have heard people in our industry talking about internal developer platforms and portals. But what’s the difference? In this article, we’ll dive deeper into this distinction—and explain how investing in both can boost software quality and developer productivity.
In the first part of this series, we mentioned that great Developer Experience (DevEx) means optimizing work and removing friction so your developers can easily get in and maintain flow state. In this section, we will explore how tooling can impact flow state and what we can do to improve our tooling choices, whether it be open source, off-the-shelf commercial software, or designing your own in-house tools.
This month we’ve got all kinds of in-app improvements to share. Read on to see how you can take full advantage of these updates in OpsLevel.
Great developer experience (DevEx) is what you get when developers can easily achieve and maintain flow state at work. This article begins a series where we tackle all of the areas that affect flow state and impair your developer experience at your company and provide example metrics and suggestion to help you operate like a potential future unicorn.
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