React.js, immutable data structures, and graph oriented queries are poised to radically change how we think about front end application architecture. We will examine these new approaches and technologies and consider the significant ramifications for client side applications whether for the web or native mobile platforms.
Knowing the basics of software development can greatly improve the project outcome; however, that alone is not enough to prevent project failures. Projects can be categorized as failures because of cost overruns, late deliveries or poor quality, but the right estimation processes can increase the likelihood of project success.
At BlaBlaCar, we’ve always tried to be at the forefront of continuous delivery of the application. However our infrastructure was initially manually provisioned, so we decided to address that, inspired by our software colleagues. Leveraging Chef and The Foreman, we’ve been able to build an automated infrastructure provisioning process that could cope with our geographical development growth.
Postgres SQL is a plain old SQL DB. Very powerful and very consistent, in some case, project needs an ACID database, but schemaless… With JSON support, postgres is a very interesting tool to provide ACID and some very interesting function (time management, localisation function and data types...) and the schemaless noSQL point of view with json and indexed json. This talk show some great usage and some insigth to build some great application with postgres.
"These rules focus on maintainability, readability, testability, andcomprehensibility of your code. If you already write code that is maintainable, readable, testable, and comprehensible, then these rules will help you write code that is more maintainable, more readable, more testable, and more comprehensible."
Not interacting with domain experts is one of a common set of mistakes done when using Domain-Driven Design (DDD), finding and correcting them early on may save a team time, Daniel Whittaker claims describing ten mistakes he regularly see developers do.
Randy Shoup discusses modern service architectures at scale, using specific examples from both Google and eBay. He covers some interesting lessons learned in building and operating these sites. He concludes with a number of experience-based recommendations for other smaller organizations evolving to -- and sustaining -- an effective service ecosystem.
Cet article explique pourquoi Paddy Power a adopté le Déploiement Continu (DC), décrit les possibilités que cela a ouvert et souligne les forts bénéfices et challenges impliqués. Ce retour d'expérience peut aider les praticiens à poser leur adoption du DC, ainsi que les chercheurs dans leurs agendas de recherche.
At QCon New York 2015, Nori Heikkinen shared stories of failure and lessons learnt during her time working as a site reliability engineer (SRE) at Google and HealthCare.gov. The discussion of managing large-scale outages included recommendations for preparation, response, analysis and prevention.
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