`Anatomy of a perfect pull request` over at opensource.com is a great article that touches on what it is that makes a PR a good PR, or a pile of hot garbage. […]
JetBrains, like many other organizations, doe a yearly survey for anyone willing to take a couple minutes and submit some answers. As such all answers are based on the bias of […]
Found this page during mu morning Twitter read-through. Simple, straight to the point, entertaining. Maybe one day your repo could be on here too. https://www.gitstartracker.com/
…as serverless architecture picks up steam in the market I predict we will see more and more languages adopting it; is not whole sale from the vendors then from the community itself. […]
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Google put together an article and a nice set of videos explaining DevOps and SREs. It’s a bit…cheeky but to the point and not techno-babble complicated. Check out the article over here.
Ran and Nitzan over at epsagon did a two part article on Medium about AWS Lambda and its internals / runtime environment. It is a pretty interesting read if you are into the […]
Came across this self hosted Git service today. Yes GitLab is amazing but also very complicated and large. Requiring a 4Gb RAM system to operate properly. Gitea may not have all the […]
Srebalaji Thirumalai over on dev.to has a nice write up covering git stash and the many amazing things it can do. Check it out.
If you have a noSQL data store and need the fast machine possible response time; check this out: Amazon DynamoDB Accelerator (DAX) Regional Expansion “…Using DAX, you can improve the read performance […]