Norma Ochoa

Applying DevOps Observability to Fleet Management

Deploying and maintaining software across thousands of devices is challenging. Endless hardware factors and situational realities could cause outages, bugs, and reliability issues. And as rapid release cycles become more commonplace, fleet operators must continually address the repercussions of new updates. To help mitigate software errors, observability has risen as an important facet of the …

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Apps aren’t enough: Your restaurant needs self-ordering kiosks

The only thing that stays the same for restaurants these days is change. Between a global pandemic, labor shortages, supply chain issues, and shifting consumer behaviors, it’s more important than ever for restaurants to change and adapt.  But there is one change restaurants can make right now to address a number of the challenges they …

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Esper Pay Practices support DEIB Initiatives

In the words of the Wu-Tang Clan, “Cash rules everything around me!” So, let’s talk about money! Here at Esper, we are continually evolving how we take care of our employees’ total rewards, which encompasses salaries, benefits, and perks. Last August, we implemented our first Performance Review and Goal Setting cycle. The goal of this …

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Android 12L deep dive: Every change, thoroughly documented

Google recently introduced Android 12L to the public, and it’s the first major update aimed at large screen devices since the short-lived Android 3.0 Honeycomb release in 2011. Android has matured quite significantly in the last decade, and although Android tablets have not caught up to the iPad in terms of market share, their popularity …

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