This year, the focus of the DevSecOps Community Survey is on the benefits of having happy developers. Here are best practices from the front lines.
Are your software teams resisting DevSecOps? The best incentive is to show them what happens when you don't deploy it.
Happy developers build secure software, and the happiest ones work on teams with mature DevSecOps practices.
Healthy companies align people around the joint goals of performance and security. Start by embedding compliance into your processes with DevSecOps.
DevOps is making the same mistake as traditional IT by putting technology and tools first. We're better than that.
Google and Facebook's approach to static code analysis is highly effective—and a game-changer. Here's how it can help your team ensure code quality.
QA professionals should champion their company's DevOps transformation. DevSecOps demands it. Here's how.
Here's how you can use CI to earn bug bounties, and deliver better threat modeling for your software.
If your team has not yet embraced DevSecOps, you can learn from top companies now sharing their lessons learned. Here are some of the best.
Here's one theory about how to improve cybersecurity: You need to learn from different realms, from gaming to warfare and football.

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