Building a Successful Developer Community & the Biggest News from WWDC 2019

In this episode of Semaphore Uncut, you’ll learn how Dave grew an iOS development newsletter into a thriving community, as well as which announcements he’s most excited about from this year’s WWDC conference.

What Is Observability & How to Measure the Quality of Microservices

Honeycomb’s CTO and coauthor of Database Reliability Engineering Charity Majors joins me on this episode of Semaphore Uncut to share her insights on observability and going beyond logs and dashboards to better understand the systems we build. It’s hard to trace down problems in modern distributed systems. For events that we’re able to foresee, we have to implement logging, metrics and performance monitoring. The data ends up scattered across several services, which doesn’t…

Introducing CI/CD Pipeline Dependencies

We’re excited to announce that Semaphore can now run and visualize arbitrarily complex CI/CD pipelines. Although this new feature brings great power and is fueled by fancy-pants directed acyclic graph (or DAG) math theory, it’s actually super simple to use. All you need to do is define how elements of your pipeline depend on each other with a single line of code. Semaphore 2.0 originally supported sequential pipelines. In each…

Tim Cheadle on scaling an Open Source mobile app and his commitment to community-focused software

We talk with Tim about his current projects, aspects of continuous delivery in the mobile app context and creating community-focused software. You’re currently working as Director of Engineering at Resolve to Save Lives and leading on the development of the Simple mobile app. Please let us know more about this Open Source project and how does it actually save people’s lives? Resolve to Save Lives is a global non-profit with…

Kubernetes Deployments: The Ultimate Guide

Ready to deploy that app you’ve just “dockerized”? Here’s all you need to know about Kubernetes deployments to deliver your containers to production.

Steve Peak from Storyscript on the future of software development and creating a new language focused on data flow

We invite software industry professionals to Semaphore Uncut to discuss what problems they’re currently solving and what excites them about the emerging technologies. In this episode, we were chatting with Steve Peak, Founder & CEO of Storyscript.

Peter Steinberger from PSPDFKit on his startup journey, quirks of PDF and what’s exciting about WWDC19

We invite software industry professionals to Semaphore Uncut YouTube show to discuss what problems they’re currently solving and what excites them about the emerging technologies. In this episode, we were chatting with Peter Steinberger, Founder & CEO at PSPDFKit. This chat was recorded on May 29th, 2019 and is also available in the form of a podcast. Full transcription below. Darko [00:09:42] Welcome to Semaphore Uncut, a show where we…

Launching Semaphore Podcast: The Uncut Chats

I’m very excited to announce the launch of the Semaphore Podcast which is a natural continuation of the Semaphore Uncut Chats that I’ve started a few months ago. We, as leaders in the software development space and mentors for our technical teams, are all on the same mission to build great software products, ship them fast and provide an excellent service to our clients. Exchanging our experiences live can only…

Define your CI/CD environment with Docker

The range of applications that you can run on Semaphore keeps growing. After native support for iOS, today we’re happy to announce that you can run your CI/CD in any Docker image. This means that Semaphore now supports any technology stack that works with Docker out of the box. Docker has become a standard for packaging and deploying cloud applications, APIs and microservices. Semaphore has supported building and running containers…

Lee Skillen from Cloudsmith on streamlined software packaging, building startups and the promise of on-premise

We invite software industry professionals to Semaphore Uncut YouTube show to discuss what problems they’re currently solving and what excites them about the emerging technologies. In this episode, we were chatting with Lee Skillen, Founder & CTO at Cloudsmith. This chat was recorded on May 15th, 2019 and is also available in the form of a podcast. Full transcription below. Darko [00:00:02] Hello and welcome to Semaphore Uncut – a…

Introducing Semaphore for iOS, a supercharged CI/CD service

Today, we’re very excited to introduce Semaphore for iOS, a supercharged CI/CD service which makes it easy to build, test and deploy applications for any Apple device. iOS support is fully integrated into Semaphore 2.0, so you can use the same powerful CI/CD pipeline features for iOS as you do for Linux-based development: Sign up with GitHub Besides the well-earned recognition for speed, Semaphore provides everything iOS developers need in…

Jacob Smith from Packet on running an infrastructure product and ARM, wireless and hardware as a part of developer stack

We invite software industry professionals to Semaphore Uncut YouTube show to discuss what problems they’re currently solving and what excites them about the emerging technologies. In this episode, we were chatting with Jacob Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at Packet. This chat was recorded on April 24th, 2019 and is also available in the form of a podcast. Full transcription below. Darko [00:00:02] Semaphore Uncut is a show where we talk…

A first look at Google Cloud Run

Google has launched Cloud Run, a new solution for running serverless applications based on Docker containers, this month at its Cloud Next ’19 conference. What we can say now is this is an important step for serverless computing — deploying to Cloud Run is much easier than running containers on Kubernetes. It also has no architectural restrictions, which Lambda functions do. Semaphore provides seamless CI/CD pipelines to build, test and deploy…

Why a Well-Oiled CI/CD Pipeline Makes for a Happy DevOps Team

JJ Asghar’s role as a developer advocate for IBM has immersed him in helping organizations make the transition to cloud native ecosystems and to IBM Cloud’s Kubernetes Service. Previously, Asghar was the OpenStack go-to-guy at Chef Software. In this interview, Asghar has drawn from his deep well of hands-on and high-level experience to describe the trials and tribulations organizations face when adopting cloud native platforms. He also discusses when using Istio’s service mesh…

When SREs and Kubernetes Are Worth It — And When They Aren’t

Seth Vargo is a developer relations engineer at Google. He previously held software-development roles at HashiCorp, Chef Software, CustomInk and a few Pittsburgh-based startups. Passionate about reducing inequality in technology, Vargo is also the author of “Learning Chef.” In this interview, we discuss Google’s site reliability engineering (SRE), Kubernetes hype and what to focus on when deploying reliable software on a massive scale. You spend a lot of time explaining and preaching…

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