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Software Will Supercharge Developer Productivity: Why We Are Excited About DX
Software developers spend their days chasing the elusive “flow state:” headphones on, Slack notifications paused, dev environment humming along, context switching to a minimum, and delivering a significant amount of valuable code and/or solving a hard problem. The unfortunate reality is developer flow is constantly interrupted by toil: faulty environments, flaky tests, slow builds, cross-team dependencies, and the like.
The code that runs the world today is rarely written from scratch. In 2021, developers borrowed more than 2.2 trillion open source packages or components from third-party ecosystems. 99% of codebases contain open-source code, and between 85% to 97% of enterprises leverage open-source software.
Julia, the “Ju” in Jupyter, is a programming language that will soon be the standard in scientific computing, replacing MatLab and R, but is also popular on the server due to speed, multiple dispatch/type system, as well as a vast set of libraries that aid rapid application development.
Trucking is the backbone of America. And despite its critical hand in the supply chain, the $700 billion industry hinges on personnel, yet fails to offer drivers streamlined solutions for managing their operations.
November 30, 2021Steve Sloane and Feyza Haskaraman