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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- I know there are deadlines in front of you that need to be met. They are the reason why you keep writing code. They are the cause of your lack of time you are running from one deliverable to another, trying to deliver as fast as possible. Trying to d
The Netflix Tech Blog has shared the story of the Edge Engineering teams journey of experimenting with approaches to building and operating services, which has culminated in Full Cycle Developers. This approach is showing promise with Netflix, where
Colin Breck does not need much introduction. A Staff Software Engineer at Tesla, Colin works on distributed systems for the monitoring, aggregation, and control of distributed, renewable-energy assets. With almost two decades of experience in develop
I just got back from watching the Incredibles 2. The previous movie was a favorite a mine from first view, and it is one of the few movies that I can actually bear to watch multiple times. I was hoping for a sequel almost from the moment I finished t
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Gartner's Magic Quadrant graphic plots the vendors based on completeness of their vision and ability to execute. a public cloud infrastructure managed service provider (MSP), in the context of this Magic Quadrant, is an MSP that offers managed servic
Provider of a SaaS based IT operations management platform, OpsRamp, has announced OpsRamp 5.0, a new release featuring an artificial intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) inference engine for alerting and event correlation. The new releasealso incl
I saw a tweet from a person on Twitter who wanted to know the easiest and cheapest way to get an Web Application that's in a Docker Container up to Azure. There's a few ways and it depends on your use case. Some apps aren't web apps at all, of course
Its been four years since functional programming became feasible in Java. The means we have had four years to play with Java 8. And we've played... and played. After developing several large enterprise projects that made heavy use of Lambdas and Stre
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In recent years, mainframes have been viewed as most useful for heavy-lifting within organizations like the Census Bureau or analytics companies which require a lot of data storage, monitoring and retrieval. But times are changing as more enterprise
Hey, it's HighScalability time:   Scaling fake ratings. A 5 star 10,000 phone Chinese click farm. (English Russia) Do you like this sort of Stuff? Please lend me your support on Patreon. It would mean a great deal to me. An
Default interface methods are included in a new feature proposal for C# 8, which will allow developers to use the traits programming technique. Based on an existing language feature found in Java, traits are an OOP technology that promotes the reuse
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A transgender, Canadian, open-source developer advocate at Google with a focus on Apache Spark, BEAM, and related big data tools, Holden is the co-author of Learning Spark, High Performance Spark, and another Spark book thats a bit more out of date.
MongoDB 4.0 adds the ability to read from secondaries while replication is simultaneously processing writes. To see why this is new and important let's look at secondary read behavior in versions prior to 4.0. Background From the outset Mongo
Although Python contains several powerful libraries for machine learning, unfortunately, they dont always scale well to large datasets. This has forced data scientists to use tools outside of the Python ecosystem (e.g., Spark) when they need to proce
As a CEO, there’s always an endless list of things that all seem to need urgent attention. Circumstances, customers, employees, board members, and many other sources of pressure clamor to elevate their personal favorites on your priority li
Building applications using a cloud-native platform enables organizations to deliver enterprise-class scalability and application resilience while maintaining deployment flexibility. From creators of the cloud to pioneers in cloud technology, here ar
We started to get reports from users that are running RavenDB on Docker that there are situations where RavenDB reports that there has been a data corruption event.  You can see how this looks like on the right. As you can see, this aint a h
Zach Jory has written an article discussing how microservices and service mesh implementations need observability to ensure that developers can build cloud-native applications which scale and can be more easily managed. This ties into a number of art
How any small business trying to sell a thing over the internet can still get a feel for who their customers are, without overstepping the boundaries of EU's GDPR.Knowing your customer, without - you know - knowing your customer?!1! Nobody needs remi
Most OAuth 2.0 guides are focused around the context of a user, i.e. logging in to an application using Google, Github, Okta, etc. While this can be useful, these guides ignore server-to-server communication where there is no user and you only have o
The rhetoric on either side of the gun debate in the United States is astonishingly weak. On the one hand, those in support of firearm ownership like to say guns dont kill people, people kill people, unwittingly drawing against two...The rhetoric on
Worthy Read Free Webinar: Continuous Delivery with Docker, Kubernetes, and GoCD Docker and Kubernetes provide the platform for organizations to get software to market quickly. In this webinar, you will get a practical guide in designing a D
Everything fails eventually - how do you recover? Carl and Richard talk to Barry O'Reilly about building anti-fragile systems. Anti-fragility is the philosophy of accepting that things can break and you need to be able to detect and recover from that
Disclaimer: As you all know, the e-commerce field is highly-competitive, so we are not able to disclose the real company name, product, and numbers. At Metrilo we analyze tens of thousands of e-commerce platforms, from Shopify to Magento. I
Our sales team often refers to our Hierarchy of Qualification when evaluating projects. This pyramid, inspired by Maslows hierarchy of needs, gives us the tools not just to evaluate the business needs of a project, but the human needs that are encode
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The abstract factory pattern is a creational pattern that is one of the most popular patterns, along with the builder and the factory pattern. Creational patterns are used to create objects without directly creating objects with a constructor. The ab
Read this post in its entirety on my site: NPM, Yarn and PNPM: Which Package Manager Should You Use for SharePoint Framework Projects?If you are interested in signing up to my newsletter to get the most recent posts via email, either visit my site an
Ubuntu Linux's latest Long Term Support (LTS) operating system version is 18.04 and was released in April 2018. The 18.04 update is code named "Bionic Beaver" and it includes Python 3 by default. However, there are bunch of dependencies you will need
Ben Nadel looks at how to automatically scroll the browser window when the user's mouse approaches the edge of the viewport in JavaScript. This is primarily a note-to-self; but, it may serve as help for others....
On Unix-like systems, setting sufficiently strict permissions on a dir allows one to disallow access to its content. Right? Turns out to be untrue on both macOS and Linux. Enter inodes trickery.On Unix-like systems, setting sufficiently strict permis
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Over at the blog for Develop: Brighton today, I discuss the weird double standard that game developers sometimes express about the importance of narrative to videogames. Heres an extract: What Ive come to realise over the last fifty videogame project
For a Java developer that is new to JDK 8-introduced pipelines and streams, the peek(Consumer) method provided by the Stream interface can be a useful tool to help visualize how stream operations behave. Even Java developers who are more familiar wit
We just upgraded our stable branch to .NET Core 2.1. The process was pretty smooth overall, but we did get the following exchange in our internal Slack channel. It went something like this:is it known that import doesn't work ? As you can imagine, Im
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Last week I blogged about some new audio features in Windows 10 that make switching your inputs and outputs easier, but even better, allow you to set up specific devices for specific programs. That means I can have one mic and headphones for Audition
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If you are a programmer and are wondering what to read to improve your knowledge of Java or become a better Java developer, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best Java books ever written.
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