Recently I have switched from using C# to Java at work. This is a move that bewilders some people. I’ve used .NET at work for over 6 years and a little more before that, so it’s understandable that going for something different after so much time raises eyebrows. In this short article I’ll try to explain my rationale behind doing so. I’ll also describe the process itself. Bear in mind that, given the topic, many things that you’ll read are my personal opinions or speculations.
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When I first heard of functional programming (FP) I thought it’s another over-hyped thing that no one needs. I lived in my happy object-oriented world and didn’t think that there is something I should change. It wasn’t until I saw very convincing video where Uncle Bob described why FP is so important.
For the last 2 years Angular Team at Google, with huge support of the community, has been working on a new Angular framework. It has been completely rewritten with better performance and ready to use even outside the browser. In this article I want to introduce you to the basics of Angular 2+; we will build a small web application using angular-cli tool.
This is a story of a bug I had an opportunity to fix in the ancient times of node.js 0.10. The new and shiny node.js 0.12 was still just glimmering somewhere on the horizon, we were still young and beautiful. Some of us, at least. Let me take you on an adventure through time and space. Hopefully, there will be some learning involved along the way. So hop on the magic school bus and we’re off!
A few weeks ago I participated in one of the most popular developers conferences in Poland: DevDay 2016. This conference is organized by ABB company in Cracow and this year we saw the 6th edition of what have become a two-day conference with three rooms full of people and speakers from all over the world.
Code review is an important part of development process. Various teams use different styles from “over the shoulder” to the ones based on tools like Gerrit. However, more and more Git servers (like GitLab) give merge request functionality, which makes incorporating code review process easier.
The era of big data is here and now. How to efficiently train support vector machines from massively large real-life datasets?
The difference between what a customer really wants and what a development team thinks is expected can lead to real troubles. The Three Amigos helps to avoid such situations.
Inspiration to writing this article has been excerpted from the lecture “Like a Panda: Flow with Bamboo” led by Jonathan Doklovic, one of Atlassian’s employee, during Atlassian Summit 2013. That lecture described potential of building and deploying feature branches. Such functionality is offered by Bamboo – software released by Atlassian itself.
This post describes how to minimize overhead when developing systems with microservices architecture, especially as it comes to development and deployment. Some time ago, we published similar post about solving this problem in Microsoft and Azure world. This time we will focus on AWS, Java, Spring Boot, Docker and some useful open source libraries from Netflix.
The current state of front-end software development is great, and considering how active the open source community is, the future looks very promising. In this article we will show how to transfer back-end practices to front-end development and list the benefits of doing so.
The previous article presented virtualization as an amazing tool ensuring optimal conditions for application development so that the local environment reflect the configurations of the production infrastructure. In addition, this application is extremely useful for administrators who want to test planned changes to the configuration and correctness of provisioning processes.
The previous part presented information about provisioning and the tools allowing automating configuration management process. This software, beside preparing server infrastructure, can also be used to prepare developers’ local working environment.
The following article is the first one of a series of three texts raising the subject of automation of distributed infrastructure in web projects. In recent years, DevOps has gained significant popularity because it allows to use best practices known by developers in the world of system administrators and vice versa.
In this short article I would like to say a few words about the phenomenon of code biodegradation and present you some tips on how to deal with it, so that your everyday work doesn’t become a real ordeal over time.
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