Site Reliability Engineering Mystery Revealed

Technology has become an integral part of the 21st century. The digital space offers great, challenging, and in-demand opportunities to individuals who want to embrace the technological age with its intricacies. A site reliability engineer is one of the career paths that individuals with skills and a passion for…

DevSecOps: Do You Really Need It?

Have you heard about DevSecOps? Is it the next big thing? Well, to be precise and straight-to-the-point, DevSecOps features to bring a more advanced life cycle of the application development process by introducing security earlier in the process. As a result, it ensures relatively lesser vulnerabilities to the IT project…

Three Must Read Books in 2019

Are you constantly distracted and never really getting into the flow of work? Do you set personal or professional goals each year and not sure if you are on track to achieve them? What is it that sets ‘experts’ apart from the rest of us, is it talent? I have…

3 Trello Alternatives for Getting Things Done

Trello is a great project management tool which is very popular among freelancers and companies due to its clean interface. It employs Kanban board workflows and methodology to make project management easy. Trello has many features but there are some projects which will require more than the features incorporated in…

6 Ways to Manage Blog Content with Trello

Trello is an all-time favorite for any blogger worth, of course for good reasons. Imagine a free tool that you could use to do almost everything for your business with so little effort. Trello is an intuitive yet simple standout marketing tool that will make your content marketing a bliss.…

5 Ways to Stay Healthy with the Apple Watch

Out of the box, the Apple Watch can track your workouts, monitor your activity throughout the day and even count your steps and calories. Whether your main objective is doing cardio, losing weight, generally living a healthier life or monitoring your weight for medical reasons, this watch plus it’s…

Sneakernet with Google Transfer Appliance

Before apps were available in the cloud, or delivered through virtual desktops, IT pro’s would go from desk to desk, sometimes after hours to install  a new app for a user or move data off their desktop over to a new system. We had our trusty portable drive…

Getting Started With Vagrant is Easy

The second most quoted saying in enterprise IT must be “well, it works on my machine” only to be slightly edged out by “it must be the network” and honestly, doesn’t it always feel like it’s the network (insert smile and laugh). Traditional development environments are set…