Learn GraphQL with Github
In this webcast, we’ll help you transform your REST calls into precise GraphQL queries. You’ll also learn how to think about data in GraphQL and how to combine multiple REST calls into a single GraphQL query.
Elm In Production: 25,000 Lines Later
A reflection of using Elm in production. In author’s case, this has been a very successful endeavor at Roompact. Their latest project with a front end written solely in Elm, has exceeded all expectations, both those of users as well as of their own.
How to Size Your MongoDB Clusters
At MondoDB World 2017 recently, Jay Runkel, principal solutions architect at MongoDB, demonstrated how to apply a little math to get a pretty close guesstimate of the resources needed to run your database workload.
A Million WebSockets and Go
Mail.Ru switches HTTP polling to web socket to reduce server load. This is a very detailed post on implementation of such a service and the architecture considerations.
16-BIT VM in JavasSript
The author shared what he learned when working on a 16-bit virtual machine running in Node. You will learn lots from virtual hardware to assembly.
Pattern: Service Mesh
Service mesh is a dedicated infrastructure layer for handling service-to-service communication. In practice, it’s typically implemented as an array of lightweight network proxies that are deployed alongside application code, without the application needing to be aware.
Modern Garbage Collection (GC)
Mike Hearn shares his thought about Go GC, specifically that he believes that Go GC does not really implement any new ideas or research.
How I Implemented My Own Crypto
The author writes his own crypto library, call Monocypher, which is done and ready for production. He shares his process and what he learned.
Liz Rice - Strace in 60 lines of Go
This post is a walk-through of the simple strace implementation the author wrote during her GopherCon talk, ‘A Go Programmer’s Guide to Syscalls’.
How Kubernetes Certificate Authorities Work
This blog post is about how to take your own requirements about how certificate authorities + private keys should be organized and set up your Kubernetes cluster the way you need to.
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