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May 4, 2017
Why My Company Serves Free Breakfast to All Employees

Breakfast is an essential part of our day here at Pivotal. Jay Hum explains why we ensure all employees get their morning fuel in this article for the Harvard Business Review.

Software Patterns are Evolving. Are You Keeping Up? Spring Days Can Help.
Your peers are building amazing software with Spring. Learn about what they’re using at our upcoming Spring Days event.
How Microservices Enable DevOps, with Josh Long

We've long suspected there's a close tie between DevOps and microservices. Hear Coté and Josh Long sort it out in this episode of Pivotal Conversations.

SpringOne Platform 2017
Lean Research + Iterative Hardware = Smart Safety
Read how Pivotal and Revolar incorporated lean research methods and iterative hardware to make their safety wearable smarter.
3 Answers, 1 Question: Bob Sutton
We chatted with Bob Sutton, Stanford d.school professor and author of “The No Asshole Rule” and the upcoming “The Asshole Survival Guide.”
Cloud-Native Security: Going Upstack From the 3 Rs
According to a McKinsey research, CIOs and execs cited existing security controls as “a major pain point” impacting frontline productivity. Can embedding security into DevOps help deliver apps faster and safer?
Rethinking Application Security in a Cloud-Native World
Jeff Kelly and Dormain Drewitz speak with Signal Sciences's Tyler Shields about the inherent challenges of securing cloud-native apps, and the new approaches being pioneered by Signal Sciences and others.
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