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Sunday, October 8, 2017

Programming, Software Engineering and DevOps — Time spent on coding?

Software Engineering…
Programming is an act of giving a machine some instructions so it can perform things repeatedly. Software engineering is an act of programming and everything else that goes along with it in order to deliver enterprise software to production.
Within software engineering, the more time you spend coding your applications and less worrying about DevOps things and processes, the better for you. Make sure you are heading in the right direction.
Let’s say you use a cloud platform to run your applications. The whole point of a cloud platform was to abstract things for developers in order to spend more time coding applications and less worrying about how to set up the resources in the cloud platform. So if you are hiring a lot of DevOps experts, then it means that the platform itself did not abstract the cloud enough.
In conclusion if the act of software engineering is close to the act of programming, then you basically reached that ultimate point where your technical teams are spending more and more time coding and less setting up and managing the resources in the cloud platform that the cloud platform is supposed to handle for you.
Thank you for reading.
Almir Mustafic

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