Now that we know how to build applications that “just work”, are fast and scalable, as well as secure, the next logical step is to implement processes and use techniques that help us assure that the software works correctly throughout the software’s lifecycle.
The June meeting for the Linux Users of Victoria will include presentations on the configuration management application Puppet, the Clutter OpenGL framework, and all of the latest news in the world of Linux and FOSS.
The Victorian Java User Group and Sun are offering everyone the chance to meet with Simon Phipps – Sun’s chief open source officer.
The May Melbourne Ruby User Group meeting will features presentations on JRuby and the Formtastic Form Builder.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get MySQL training from the experts at MySQL.
Its such a continuously hot topic, workflow scenarios exist in every business today and we’re really spoilt for choice with the options that are available to us on the Microsoft stack. So what do you use? SharePoint, Visual Studio? What about 3rd parties like Nintex, K2 or Skelta?