Applying a Zero-Bug Policy at Redgate

A zero-bug policy is a simple yet effective bug management system that can help you avoid being buried deep in months or sometimes even years-old bugs. Any bugs you agree are serious enough for you to fix, you fix right away, and any other bug will not be fixed and closed.

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Chaos Conf Q&A: Adrian Cockcroft & Yury Niño Roa

In preparation for the upcoming Chaos Conf 2020, InfoQ sat down with Adrian Cockcroft and Yury Niño Roa to explore topics of interest in the chaos engineering community. Key takeaways included: the adoption of chaos engineering is still unevenly spread across organisations; there are clear benefits with running “game days” to develop psychological safety; and the future of chaos engineering points toward incorporating experiments focused on security and scaling up experiments to test larger failure modes.

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Significant New Features Planned for Helidon 2.0

Less than a year after the formal release of Helidon 1.0, Oracle is well on their way to a formal release of Helidon 2.0 scheduled for late Spring 2020. Helidon 2.0.0-M1, released in early February, and Helidon 2.0.0-M2, released in late March, have provided the Java community previews of significant new features including: support for reactive messaging and streams; a new command-line tool, a new web client API for Helidon SE, GraalVM support for Helidon MP, and a new reactive database client.

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Adobe Open-Sources Adaptive, Accessible Color Palettes Generator

Nate Baldwin, designer for Adobe’s design system Spectrum, released the first major version of Leonardo, an open-source color generator. Leonardo strives to enhance designer productivity and end-user experience by automating the creation of accessible, adaptive color systems using contrast-ratio based generated colors. Leonardo also supports full theme generation and is intended for both designers and engineers.

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