Posts Tagged ‘developers’

Open UI

An Inside Look at Managed Clusters

Spend a few minutes with one of our Red Hat technical experts, Matthieu Rethers, as he discusses the advantages and disadvantages of managed clusters, as well as differences between them on various cloud platforms, when you should use them, alternatives to managed clusters, and how Red Hat OpenShift fits into the picture. When should developers […]

Why Azure Red Hat OpenShift Helps Developers Innovate

The following is the fourth and final in a series of blogs about how innovation is necessary for businesses – and how Azure Red Hat OpenShift, a managed offering from Microsoft and Red Hat, enables that innovation. In this fourth blog, we’re going to highlight how Azure Red Hat OpenShift helps developers focus on innovation […]

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3 Tips for Effective Communication & Project Success

Communication is an exchange of information. Easy to define. Difficult to master. Problems caused by insufficient communication can be underestimated and hard to identify. Most of us “think” we communicate effectively and enough, but while too much communication can become overwhelming, it is rarely a problem for most teams. “The single biggest problem in communication […]

Tips for Getting Started with Application Modernization

Our previous post, Tackle Security Concerns for Application Modernization, addressed common security concerns and revealed a shift in this perspective. The final post in this series offers tips to secure buy in and make sure the change sticks. People are the linchpin to your company’s ability to quickly and easily modernize applications. Achieving success with […]

Security Concerns

Tackle Security Concerns for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization, we offered guidance to prepare your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 2 of this series addresses some of the security concerns you may stumble upon in your cloud journey. We also share some best practices for infusing security across your organization. Questions about […]

Transformation Roadmap

Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications, we explored options that allow you to develop, deploy, and manage new applications on cloud but still continue using your existing data center. Next, we’ll provide guidance on planning and preparing your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 1 highlights the importance of creating a […]

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Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications

In our previous blog post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Taking a Cloud Native Approach, we discussed the importance of a unified plan for cloud adoption as well as the benefits of cloud native to build apps. In part two, we examine options for migrating legacy applications to the cloud. This path to cloud adoption has […]

Multiple Paths to Cloud: Taking a Cloud Native Approach

Cloud technologies support an increasing amount of digital transformation initiatives. While cloud isn’t the ultimate goal of transformation, it provides speed, innovation, and scale to re-imagine business in the digital age. This two-part series reveals the differences between cloud consumers within your company and the benefits of taking a cloud native approach. Consider Your Audience […]

Automation Testing – What to Expect and What Not to Expect

Myth 1: Automation replaces Manual Testers. Reality: After the scripts are developed, the common misconception is that we can replace the manual testers with Automation, but this is not true. Automation is a program which will test the flow of the system. Even a small defect can be missed if we don’t write scripts to look for […]

What Skills Should Developers Invest In?

What Skills Should Developers Invest In?

Technical professionals are constantly refining their development skills to for both their own personal and professional advancement, and also to produce the best possible product for the end user. But how does a developer decide where to invest time and money in developing their skills? David Tucker, VP of Technology at Universal Mind, recently compiled a list of the 10 areas he feels […]

Develop/Design – A Discussion Part II

In continuation of yesterday’s post, here is Part II of “Develop/Design – A Discussion”. Where does the designer’s job end, and where does the developer’s job begin? At many companies, designers are given the responsibilities of handling all HTML & CSS work, then hand the work off to developers to complete the back end. Here […]

Develop/Design – A Discussion

Recently, four representatives of the Perficient Digital development and design teams got together to discuss the relationship that exists between the development and designing portions of work that is produced here at Perficient Digital. Participants in the discussion included designers Andrew Hainen and Mike McGowan, as well as developers Mike Behnke and Karen Ford. The discussion […]

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