Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the DevOps Zone (June 6 to June 12). Here they are, in order of popularity:
You can’t get away from it. Thousands of open source components are being used in every industry, every day, to quickly build and deploy applications. For those not in the security industry, it’s hard to keep track of what is being done in this field to manage and monitor open source usage.
I recently had an experience writing code that proved to me, once again, that using Test Driven Development really is faster than the way I have been working. I easily saved half a day on each project by using Test Driven Development.
People often ask, why does DevOps matter? The honest answer to that question is because having the development and operations team work together is the only way IT is successful. In the end it comes down to the most important part, which is that devops creates more happiness.
This ultimately comes down to the idea that the involvement of developers doesn’t end at their last commit. Collaboration is key which allows every developer to play a key role in keeping the site up and running, for more happy users. After all software with no users has no value.
In recent months I've seen an increase in the use of private and final keywords used in open source software projects.