Blog: Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth)


211 blogs updated: 69 min. ago
Why Automation Testing is Necessary?
[This post was originally written for TechTownTraining blog. You can find the original article here] Introduction Automation testing is the ...
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09-09-2017 18:12:42 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
6 Reasons why DevOps transformations fail
[This post was originally written for TechTownTraining blog. You can find the original article here] Introduction DevOps is the hottest buzz...
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09-09-2017 11:55:46 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
Continuous Integration (Part 3) - CI Best Practices
[This post was originally written for TechTownTraining blog. You can find the original article here] Introduction This is Part 3 in the seri...
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11-08-2017 00:20:09 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
Continuous Integration (Part 2) – CI Server & Tools
[This post was originally written for TechTownTraining blog. You can find the original article here] Introduction In the previous post in th...
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19-06-2017 01:05:15 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
Continuous Integration – Introduction
[This post was originally written for TechTownTraining blog. You can find the original article here] Introduction Continuous integration, re...
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29-05-2017 01:49:29 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
Is software development really a dead-end job after 35-40?
Is software development really a dead-end job after 35-40? Note the qualifier "after 35-40". There is no doubt that it is a great field for ...
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18-10-2016 15:33:07 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced
Microservices: Pros and Cons of Mono repos
Recently, there was an interesting question on Quora on Microservices What companies use a mono repo but deploy as microservices? The real q...
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31-08-2016 10:51:13 Software Yoga (Deepak Karanth) Advanced


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