Windows 11 build 25193 gets Xbox subscription management in Settings

Although it’s coming a little later than usual, Microsoft is rolling out a new build of Windows 11 to Insiders in the Dev channel today, bringing the build number up to 25193. There isn’t a whole lot that’s new in this build, but the highlight is the addition of Xbox subscription management capabilities to the … Read more

Level up Your Engineering Management Skills: Why You Should View Your Mistakes as ‘Misses’

As an engineer, you might have learned the basics from textbooks or watched a series of tutorials. Managing engineers is different and isn’t something that can be mastered by simply reading a book. In my experience, the only proven way to learn is by plugging into the collective wisdom of smart people who have done … Read more

Multi-Cloud Management: Tools, Challenges, etc.

Many organizations implemented a digital strategy using the cloud to boost productivity, reduce costs, and increase their scale. Cloud migration simplifies workflows and makes it easier to find and share them securely, leading to digital transformation. Multi-Cloud Management The process of tracking, securing, and optimizing multi-cloud deployment is called multi-cloud management. A vendor’s cloud service … Read more

How API Management Can Ease Your Enterprise Cloud

There’s no doubt the last two years have seen an accelerated push to move the majority of workloads to the cloud. You can’t talk about cloud migration without talking about how you manage your application programming interfaces (APIs.) because APIs are how you build and connect your cloud-native applications. Instead of properly breaking up and … Read more

Automated Deployment with Mule Management Console and Maven

In my opinion, the deployment of any application should be as automated as possible to avoid errors due to manual mistakes. This is no different with a mule esb application. If you are using the enterprise edition of the mule esb you also have the ability to make use of the mule management console (MMC). … Read more

Test Management for QA Engineers

The projects that a QA Engineers participate can range from small maintenance projects, emergency fixes ( spanning 1-2 days or less), mid-range projects(spanning weeks or months) to full-scale large projects) can last up to a year or more). While each of these projects may differ in terms of testing efforts and resources, they all adhere … Read more

Release Management for Microservices: Multi vs. Monorepos

Imagine a microservice application consisting of dozens of continuously-deployed autonomous services. Each of the application’s constellation of services has its own repository, with a different versioning scheme and a different team continually shipping new versions. Riddle me this: How can I tell the (whole) application’s version? Being that the change history is scattered among dozens … Read more

Trends We Are Watching: API Democratization and API Management

If you’re a developer of any modern application, then you’re likely more than just familiar with APIs—you’re probably a power user. Today’s applications, built for consumers and producers of endless content, are interconnected. And APIs are the glue that connects those applications, serving as the primary vehicle for communication between separate services. As the usage, … Read more

Developer Trends of 2022 — API Democratization and API Management | by Michael Bogan | Jul, 2022

Trends we are watching Photo by Stephen Dawson on Unsplash If you’re a developer of any type of modern application, then you’re likely more than just familiar with APIs — you’re probably a power user. Today’s applications, built for consumers and producers of endless content, are interconnected. And APIs are the glue that connects those … Read more