In the first part of this series I introduced the concept of Developer Experience and why I think it is important that we start investing more into improving the Developer Experience. In this part I will lay down some foundations on how this could be done.
The pillars of DX
Know your user (i.e. the developer)
Not all developers are alike. You can see this within a company like Oracle: developers in the DataBase group (more...)
For the past 2 years I have been trying to raise awareness of the concept of Developer Experience (DX) both inside and outside Oracle. Over the next few days I will release a couple of blog posts delving deeper into this subject. This first post will concentrate on what DX is and why I feel it is important that we invest in it.
What is Developer Experience
The concept of Developer Experience has existed for many years. (more...)
At the end of November, Laurie’s (@lsptahoe) Apps UX Innovation Events team organized another fabulous hackathon, this time in collaboration with the Oracle Sydney Office. The goal of the hackathon was to integrate several Oracle Cloud Services and hack together an application built on top of those Cloud Services, using a toy or other device. The AppsLab was prominently represented by Jake, Noel, Raymond and myself as we were invited mentors for the various teams (more...)
This is part 2 of my blog post series about the Ambient Visualization hardware (part 1). Also, please read John’s post on details about the creation of the actual visualization, from concept to build. In the first part, I focused on the hardware, a sonar sensor connected to a NodeMCU. In this second part, the focal point will be the software.
When I started working with ESPs a few years ago I was all (more...)