This is not an article about why you should be writing test, which you should. There are plenty of articles out there promoting testing in general or a specific testing approach. It's about how you organize your tests and how this organization may help you make better use of the tests you already have.
We wanted to spread the word that we have recently added some new faces to Modulus. Meet Shelly, she is our new Marketing Programs Manager, and we've been lucky enough to have her on the Modulus team for about a week. With that being said, here is some information on Shelly!
The Modulus team would like to wish you and yours happy holidays. We’re strong believers in celebrating, regardless of holiday or not. The team works hard and we play hard. This has been an incredible year for Modulus. We’ve become part of the Progress family, we’ve grown, and we continue to be customer driven.
In part one of this article, we built the foundation of this editor. We created a system and API to manage users across multiple instances of our application. Now since we have a way to manage users, lets tie a front end to it.
At Modulus, we’re always looking for interesting ways to engage developers around the globe. A lot of you have asked for more video tutorials and we’re pleased to announce that we will be producing more videos addressing Node.js and Modulus.
We wanted to spread the word that we have recently added some new faces to Modulus. Meet Tara, she is one of our Software Engineers, and we've been lucky enough to have her on the Modulus team for a few months now. With that being said, here is some information on Tara!
This year, Progress sponsored YHack 2014 at Yale University and I was fortunate enough to represent Modulus at it. The turnout for the hackathon was around 1000 students from universities all over the US and Canada. As the atmosphere was live and ripe with untapped potential, this was an opportunity to expose talent.
Were you at re:Invent? Did you walk around and get a chance to see all the cool, amazing, and mind blowing innovations that filled the event? We did, and it was straight awesome. Did you stop by the Modulus booth?
A couple of weeks ago we briefly talked about how Docker has changed the way we deploy our internal software for both the public cloud and enterprise installs. Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve also implemented Docker as the default containerization technology for all customer applications.
If you haven’t heard, Modulus has been doing workshops and roadshows in different cities across the US in the last month to celebrate the new Modulus, and to provide 2-day intensive Node.js training. Sound like something you’re interested in attending? You’re in luck, we have a few more workshops that you can still sign up for. For those lucky enough to attend our Boston Roadshow last week, thank you for coming, for those who weren’t fortunate enough, I wanted to recap the event to rub it in.