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Is C stifling processor development? Kubernetes gets Operators. A new Electron challenger has appeared!

David Chisnall writes an insightful piece on how C Is Not a Low-level Language. It’s the story of how our processor designs are stifled because C/C++ developers really want to pretend they’re still programming a PDP-11. Some properties of C...

By Matthew Ray

2018-05-04
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Explosions, Testing Antipatterns, Job Interviews, Backwards Compatibility.

By Matthew Ray

2018-04-27
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Elixir is fast, webasm has an IDE, Technical Debt payment strategy

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Mozilla let everyone in on a sneak peek at WebAssembly Studio, and it did NOT disappoint. Work started on the Web Assembly IDE the end of last year as an attempt to merge WasmExplorer and WasmFiddle. The IDE will start off with support for C, C++...

By Matthew Ray

2018-04-13
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Technical debt as a tool, the CLOUD Act, Github ‘forks’, and toilet geolocation

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A wise bear once said, "Only you can prevent forest fires." Fagner Brack is taking this a step further, by arguing that technical debt is a way code is finished faster, but will require refactoring later to be optimal. Also, Fagner...

By Matthew Ray

2018-03-23
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2018 Stack Overflow Developer Survey Results, Building Systems from Scratch, Bot or Not, & React is all the Rage!

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Today, the DailyDrip staff was disappointed to find out that all but one of it’s team are robots. At least according to botrnot, which is an R package that was built to take a twitter handle and decide if it is a twitter bot.Find out if you are a...

By Matthew Ray

2018-03-16
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GitHub sucks for hiring, John Carmack writes NN in C++, Flutter is neat, & Dockermentation

By Matthew Ray

2018-03-09
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Functional Web Stack, Programmers’ Hell, First NN Running on Ethereum, Google ML Crash Course

By Matthew Ray

2018-03-02
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Monitoring and Alerting

Configuring alerts with HoneyBadger.

By Bradley Price

2018-02-19
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Exceptional Exceptions

Exception handling with HoneyBadger

By Bradley Price

2018-02-19
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CTO’s reflections, Byte-equivalent decompilation & Framework Benchmarks Round 15

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David Mack has been SketchDeck’s CTO for the past 4 years, and there are a few things he wishes he’d known when he started. Reflecting on the past four years, David offers some advice to any new CTO. Some advice: AngularJS and MySQL might give you...

By Matthew Ray

2018-02-16

Testing, tools, utilities and tricks

Overview of some of the best tools for email development and how to apply some effects.

By Alexander Pulido

2018-02-07

Building a Responsive Email Using Fluid Technique Part II

Build an email template using the fluid technique while reviewing the best practices for developing emails.

By Alexander Pulido

2018-02-06
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Automated Backups and Disaster Recovery Part 2

Configure a Read Replica and a Multi-AZ.

By Bradley Price

2018-02-06

Building a Responsive Email using Fluid Technique Part I

Build an email template using fluid technique while reviewing best practices.

By Alexander Pulido

2018-02-06